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39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line

39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line
26/0 Hi Carbon big game circle fish hook ideal for shark tuna marlin swordfish catfish and huge hali

PRICE: $6.99

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39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line

39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line
26/0 Hi Carbon big game circle fish hook ideal for shark tuna marlin swordfish catfish and huge hali

PRICE: $6.99

Lucky Joes 7732 SS Southern Tuna fish hooks

Lucky Joes 7732 SS Southern Tuna fish hooks
Lucky Joes affordable 7732 stainless steel fishing hooks. replaces Mustad 7732 Southern and Tuna Hoo

PRICE: $0.80

Lucky Joes large J hooks Stainless Steel

Lucky Joes large J hooks Stainless Steel
Lucky Joes 7731S stainless steel very big fish hooks for the big ones.

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 Dec 27, 2009; 11:38PM
 Category:  Looking for
 Name for Contacts:  Annette Bowman
 Phone:  828-322-7176
 City:  Hickory
 State:  NC
 Country:  USA
 Description:  Looking for the Excalibur (Bill Dance signature series) Fat Free Fry in Crawfish. The lure is 2' long and the body is practicly see thru (with the exception for where the crawfish design and color has been airbrushed) I would like to purchase as many as you have. I will take old, new, it doesn't matter. This is all my boyfriend fishes with and he is almost out of these.

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Ahmed Arif, 36
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 Jul 30, 2001; 10:43PM - Trolling for albacore with rapala style lures.
 Category:  Fishing tips and tricks
 Author Name:  Matt
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Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: I just returned from a fishing trip on the Fin Fever out of Newport Beach, California and was I impressed with what they used to catch the tunas! We used Yozuri Hydromagnums in the to troll for the albacore tunas. I am telling you these were the hottest lures I have seen in a long time! They removed the front treble hook from the lures to make removal of the lure easier and faster from the fish. After multiple double and triple hookups I am convinced these are the hottest lures around! I asked to take a photo of the lures so I could get some and thanks to the crew and their hot tricks we caught our limit (all we wanted till we were tired of pulling on the fish!) Great trip with a great group of guys!! Hope this photo helps.......Matt

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 Apr 25, 2002; 09:18AM - 14 ft. dorsett 25 h.p. yamaha
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  $ 1900.00
 Name for Contacts:  Bill Merrell
 Phone:  949 6461214
 City:  costa mesa
 State:  calif.
 Country:  orange
Description 1: 1958 dorsett new paint,windshield,bait tank rodholders bilge pump and running lights..

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 Mar 14, 2005; 11:31AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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Report Description: Capt. George Landrum

Fly Hooker Sportfishing


WEATHER: We had a week with no rain! At least here in Cabo that is. I saw some dark clouds in the middle of the week and it looked as if they may have been dropping rain in the mountains. Our local weather was fairly normal for March with the week starting out windy and ending windy but with some beautiful warm summer-like day between. Night time lows were in the high 50’s and daytime highs came up to the high 70’s

WATER: The water temperatures on the Pacific side of the Cape were cooler this week with water out to 15 miles in the 67-68 degree range. Once past that it warmed up a few degrees. This stream of cool water wrapped around the Cape and extended out to near the 1150 and Cabrillo Seamount, warming slightly as it went. The cool water was slightly green in color and there was a fairly well defined color break during the middle of the week. Along with the cool water there were some pretty good sized swells as a result of the wind that started blowing from the NW. The conditions were choppy enough that a few boats returned early with seasick clients. On the Cortez side of the Cape things were a bit different as the Cape protected the water from the Pacific swell. Things did get choppy in the afternoon though as the wind kicked into high gear around noon every day. There was a lot of warm water at the end of the week between San Jose and Cabo that extended out to almost the 1150 spot, this water was in the 71-72 degree range.

BAIT: The normal $2 per bait for the bait of the month, Pacific Mackerel.


BILLFISH: Hmm, it was a confusing week for Billfish. The Striped Marlin seemed to have taken a vacation as few boats were able to find fish willing to bite, or any fish at all for that matter. A few were found on the Pacific side at the color break, about 15-18 miles south of the lighthouse. I heard that one boat caught a Black Marlin of around #700, but I had no confirmation of that or any other information. A few of the Captains I have spoken to have told me that this cool water coming in close to shore on the Pacific should bring in some Swordfish so I am looking forward to that possibility.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: There was not a lot of change this week from last week on the location and sizes of Yellowfin Tuna. They were definitely the fish of the week, or at least the Pelagic fish of the week, as if a boat was flying a flag the chances were almost 90% that it was a white one. The Tuna were found both on the Pacific side of the Cape and also due south. All the fish were associated with Porpoise and while most of them were 10-15 pound footballs there were fish to #80 caught. Feathers in dark colors worked for the football fish and the school fish, most of the larger Tuna were caught by boats dropping live bait ahead of the moving schools, waiting for the fish to pass under them.

DORADO: Cool water moving in on the beach on the Pacific has chased almost all the Dorado away from the area; the few fish that were caught this week were from the warm water between San Jose and Cabo. There were not many of them, and they were not large, but at least they were hungry!


INSHORE: The co-fish of the week are the Sierra. The schools keep moving around but the action this week was happening on the Pacific side up around Migraino. Of course there were the wind and swells to contend with, but the action was steady on fish averaging 5 pounds but with a few going to 10 pounds. There was little if any bottom fish action on the Pacific this week but the bite was fair on the Cortez side for Snapper, Grouper and Amberjack. There were a few Yellowtail reported from the Arch and Gray Rock as well.

NOTES: The Marines have been stopping every boat leaving the Marina in the morning, checking that all papers are in order. The fishery guys are there as well as the Port Captain and all boats, charter as well as private, are being checked to ensure that the temporary importation papers, insurance papers, Captains license, mates license, boats fishing license and individual fishing licenses are on board. If you were missing any of them you were turned around and sent back. They have been checking the boats almost every day for the past few weeks, ever since the federal government decided that the fishing license revenue would stay in the state of origin. With that said, it was a perfect time to move the fishing license office. Originally at the Marina near the main dock they had moved to the middle of town in the same building as the museum. That was convenient as the Papalaria (to buy the needed Form-5’s at and make copies) was just 100 feet away and there were two banks (where you needed to go and pay for the licenses) within two blocks. Just when it seemed they had everything dialed in they decided to move the office, and of course there was no notice, no message on the door of the old office and no sign on the new one! The new office is across the street from the hotel “Mar de Cortez” on the second floor, above the internet place. Oh, and now you can’t pay at the bank, you have to go to the state office of finance at the other end of town. Sigh. This weeks report was written to the music of the Doobies on the 1976 Warner release “Best of the Doobies”. Until next week, Tight Lines!

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