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7 The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 The City of Bonesteel will be taking applications for Pool Manager, Lifeguards and Seasonal Maintenance worker until April 1, 2016. For job descriptions and/or application please contact the City Administrator/Finance Officer at 605-654-2640 or 605-830-1738. Applications resume should be mailed to: City of Bonesteel, PO Box 321, Bonesteel, SD 57317 ......... Over 18 Years ......... Southern Dakota Insurance has been providing stability for farmers and ranchers for over 16 years and is committed to those who feed and nurture our country. For security, peace of mind and farm coverage at the lowest call us today. Determan 933 M nStreet~ B r e, SD 05-775-2097 888-213-2097 www. o romce.com ment Of and Girls Western Boots Quality Old West Western Boots! In Sizes 8 to 13.5 for Little Kids and in Size 1 to 7 for Larger Kids! These are real Quality Boots with stitched on soles and several styles of toes and heels, All of these Boots Don't miss out on This Special Sale! Hurry In While All Sizes Are Available! Phone: 605-835-8843 in Gregory, SD ROG'S ROD Continued from Page 6 piece, I felt pretty good about how Betsy and I handle food. If we see mold on bread, cheese, jelly, etc., we carefully remove the mold and carry on. We also enjoy leftovers. Having said this, there was one food mentioned in the article that we bla- tantly waste. I'm talking about fish heads. Along with the fish heads, I have never made much use of the hearts and livers of the deer, an- telope, and elk I've killed. Of the thousands of pheasants I've bagged, I've never saved the hearts, livers, and gizzards, but I have been on hunts where a few of the guys did save those ringneck organs. Now for those fish heads. With walleyes that go two pounds or bet- ter, I generally remove the cheeks, so I'm not guilty of total waste. While I do a fair job filleting cheeks, I don't know where to begin when it comes to removing the remaining flesh from a fish head. Some folks don't like the large cheeks as they can be a bit chewy. Betsy generally batters and deep fries our walleye cheeks. I think cheeks would be an excellent substitute for clams in clam chowder, but I've never tried it. Years ago I told you of a Cree Indian friend. When I asked Miles about his favorite meal, he respond- ed, "Moose nose or jack cheeks." Jack is Canuck for northern pike. If I get my moose next fall, I just might try the moose nose if it isn't too much trouble. During my senior year at SDSU, John Janes, my Wessington Springs roommate, and I rented a room from economics professor, Felix Shaw. Felix, who had a home on Faculty Drive, was of Chinese descent, and he also rented a room to three Chinese students. We had quite a time sharing one kitchen, and a lot of very different odors cer- tainly came from that kitchen. I'm getting off the subject, but we also shared the only TV set, and our program choices were very dif- ferent. One Friday night John and I discovered how to get the TV all to ourselves. It was the night before the pheasant opener, and John and I decided to clean our shotguns while watching television. When John and I brought those guns into the living room, the room cleared right now! What had our Chinese friends once experienced? At that same time we did a lot of bank fishing for walleyes in Lake Poinsette, and we caught a lot of big walleyes. Our Chinese friends loved fish heads as much as I rel- ish prime rib, shrimp, and spaghet- ti, and their anticipation knew no bounds when we went fishing. Fe- lix encouraged us to fillet the fish in his kitchen where the Chinese anx- iously waited for the heads. I wish I had paid more attention to how they 5th Girls 3rd At Rob Marchand Memorial Tournament The 5th Grade girls played on Sat- with their tough press. Again, they urday, March 5th at the Rob March- played tough and really worked and Memorial Basketball Touma- their offense well. It showed, as the ment in Mitchell at the new facility score ended up in a shut-out win- at DWU. There were two pools ning 35-0!!!! of teams ranging from B schools With one win and one loss, they to Double A. The Burke 5th grade were placed in the 3~-4th place game team played in a pool with Tea and against a very tough Hanson team, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket. The again with a deep bench! The girls other pool was Huron, Sioux Falls held strong and it was a tight game and Hanson. with it being 8-7 a the half. Shots The young Lady Cougars were started to fall and the girls contin- paired with Tea in the first round, ued pushing the ball and getting It was a tough battle throughout good looks inside to the post play- the whole game with a run and gun ers. They battled and came up with style of play. In the end, with only a victory winning 16-10 for a 3~ 6 girls, the Lady Cougars ran out of place finish. steam, the only team present with Coach's Comments: This group only 6 players. The other teams had of girls is a lot of fun to watch as at least 10 or more. The girls just they are such team players and re- couldn't get a lot of shots to fall. ally try and work the ball around. They played hard and never gave up They have learned so much and but came up short 13-23. improved on a lot of aspects of the The next game was against San- game. They had a super season and born Central/Woonsocket. The will continue to see great things girls started off with a quick lead from this team! Great Job girls! prepared them. I know they boiled I propped the rods up with forked those heads, and I still remember branches. To the ends of the rods the chop sticks floating around in I clipped small bells that jingled the dish pan. when a fish hit. Oh how those bells How we caught those Poinsette added to the excitement! walleyes 52 years ago was one of This technique would be as le- the most effective ways I have ever thai today as it was a half century fished. We fished the west side of ago. If only I knew where I could the lake along Hwy 81, and set up get those cork bobbers today. In just north of a gas station called the 70's, I would again be remind- Al's. We started an hour before ed of this technique by the late sundown, and two of us generally Andy Wayne Klein of Burke. He went home with a dozen or more "owned" the Ash Canyon walleyes, walleyes, and he did it without a boat. I used a crappie rig baited with The Revenant minnows. Above the crappie rig I After making a disparaging attached a cork bobber the size of remark a while back about today's a golf ball. To the bottom of the movies in general, I'll admit that I crappie rig I attached a lead weight did go see Leonardo DeCaprio's heavy enough to pull the bobber un- The Revenant. Though I had a dis- der. This left the minnows suspend- tant relationship with northwest Io- ed above the sand bottom. Once my wa's Frederick Manfred, author of baited rigs were cast into the lake, Continued on Page 12