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39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset

39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset
Lucky Joes Hi Carbon Steel duratin coated inline non offset 39960D 26/0 Big Game Circle hooks

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7982/7897 Stainless Steel double tuna Hooks

7982/7897 Stainless Steel double tuna Hooks
Lucky Joes Stainless Steel model 7897/7980 Double tuna hooks


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20/0 Stainless Steel Pier or Bridge Gaff

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Stainless Steel 7731 size 20/0 Treble Hook Pier or Bridge Gaff Alligator Hook.


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Ball Bearing Snap Swivels Heavy Duty

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fishing wanted
 May 31, 2007; 04:01PM
 Category:  Looking for
 Name for Contacts:  Amy
 Phone:  423-635-0497
 E-mail:  amy-raines@utc.edu
 City:  Hixson
 State:  Tennessee
 Country:  USA
 Description:  I am looking for a pink tackle box. One to be used by an adult, not a child.

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Capt. Charle... Up to 22lbs Red Snapper
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fishing tips and tricks
 Apr 29, 2002; 07:14PM - Lake Cachuma Bass and Trout trolling techniques
 Category:  California Freshwater Lakes
 Author Name:  webmaster
 Author E-mail:  me
Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: My first time fishing Lake Cachuma was this last weekend April 27th 2002 and I will let you in on a secret this is a fine lake with great staff excellent fishing and abundant campsites. I was very impressed with the guys at the marina ( Jim and Allen) for giving us great tips for fishing their lake without holding back any information necessary for a first timer to their lake. Right out of the marina he told me to troll straight thru the center of the lake and we would be sure to get bit and he was right. Less than 10 minutes from the launch ramp right where he suggested we caught the first fish a nice largemouth bass about 3-4 lbs and lost the first hook up as we were surprised to get a strike so soon. This fish jumped clear out of the water and fought like a much larger fish than it actually ended up being.
Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 2: We released the bass and continued anxious to get to the trout which is what we were after. On the way to the next spot Jim and Allen had given us directions to we saw 4 deer on the shore grazing like they owned the place (which I guess they did) We set our sites on the points jetting out along the far side of the lake about 200 feet offshore. Instantly off one of the points both the reels went off as we were trolling rainbow trout colored Yo-zuri Emperor Minnows and L-Jack series lures on 4 and 6 lb test at a fairly slow troll. First fish fell off but I managed to get mine to the boat and into it for supper that evening. We did a turn around and went right back over the same spot and sure enough another missed opportunity. Back we went again with another 2 strikes managing to get one in the boat for a better meal for the 3 of us eating that night. Back and forth again for nothing and we decided to give the opposite bank a try.
Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 3: On the other side of the lake were the serious bass guy's fishing the bow of their sleek boats with the chairs and trolling motor on the bow. We steered clear of them and moved again about 200 feet off the shoreline and continued our trolling pattern slow and parallel to shore. We started noticing the wind more and more as we headed back towards the launch ramp noticing there was only one jacket made it to the boat and it was mine! We again managed to get another rainbow to strike right out of the water it jumped and then a small battle and into the boat it came. We were done now 1 fish each for dinner and one released bass in about 2 hours fishing time. Now it was back to camp to make dinner and get warm. A jacket is a good thing to bring on any lake as the wind always decides to blow in the afternoon. I must tell you that the guy's at the marina tackle shop know their stuff about where the fish are biting and what they are biting on. Without their tips we may have come home empty handed as several others had that day. Good luck if you get a chance to fish Lake Cachuma and be sure to say hello the the great guys at the tackle shop near the launch ramp it may pay off big time for you in the long run.....Fish on! <'))))><

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 Jun 11, 2019; 10:03PM - me
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  50
 Name for Contacts:  Steve Crilly
 Phone:  9496454976
 City:  Costa Mesa
 State:  ca
 Country:  United States
 E-mail:  spam@2catchfish.com
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 Aug 11, 2003; 11:23AM - Fly Hooker Daily Fishing Reports
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: “FLY HOOKER” WEEKLY FISH COUNT
1 Sailfish Tagged and Released
15 Yellowfin Tuna
10 Bonita

“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR AUGUST 5, 2003

Mark Kaplan and his sons Shawn and Anthony were our anglers aboard the “Fly Hooker”
today. The idea was to catch some big fish on light line, preferably Tuna, but as you may realize
from last weeks fishing with Steve Zozaya and his son Steven, they have been few and far
between for us. Juan and Manuel decided that their best chance was going to be working the
areas offshore of the lighthouse on the Pacific side and it ended up being the right choice, at least
for the number of fish. The action was pretty well non-stop once the fish were found and they got
tired arms working on the 15-20 pound Tunas on the Penn 12T and the Shimano TLD 25’s.
According to the anglers, they ended up with almost 15 Bonito to 15 pounds released (that’s not
counting the ones hooked up and lost) and 7 or 8 Yellowfin to 20 pounds (all kept to eat). The
highlight of the day was Shawn catching, tagging and releasing a Sailfish estimated at 100
pounds! When the boat arrived back at the dock, almost the first words out of Marks mouth
were, “Man, my arms are tired!”. Thanks guys, and congratulations Shawn!



“FLY HOOKER” DAILY FISH REPORT FOR AUGUST 7, 2003

Our Hawaiian buddy Richard (owner of Mission Book Binding, in San Diego) is here for his
fifth year in a row on the “Fly Hooker”, celebrating his birthday with his buddy Dave. Being his
birthday he would really like a birthday present of a big fish! Well, Juan and Manuel tried, and
they were in the right area, but it just did not happen. All the action they had today was a strike
from a Dorado that came off right away and a chance to toss bait to a Striped marlin they found
on the surface. Heck, thats fishing as Richard says, and they guys worked hard for them and they
did have a good time. Every day is different, so they have booked the boat for tomorrow as well!
We’ll keep our fingers crossed for them.



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR AUGUST 8, 2003

Wow, we were hoping for different results for today, but we had our fingers crossed for better
than this! Richard and Dave did catch fish today, but there were not many of them that ended up
in the boat, as a matter of fact, they only ended up with a Yellowfin Tuna of about 15 pounds and
a Bonita of about the same. Richard managed to loose a nicer sized Tuna, Dave said that it must
have been at least 1,000 pounds or more (hey, the ones that get away always grow!) but Juan said
that it was more like 40 pounds. Apparently as Juan was going for the leader Richard thought
that he already had it in hand and set down the rod in order to go to the side of the boat to get a
look at the fish. Apparently the slack line resulting from this action allowed the hook to drop out
of the Tuna’s mouth and the fish swam away. Dave also said that Richard allowed a Sailfish to
escape after it had been hooked up and had made three nice jumps. Heck, Richard said that he
was going to release it anyway, and he got to see the fish in action, so there! Thanks guys, we are
glad you had a great time and look forward to seeing you again next August 7th!



“FLY HOOKER” NON FISH REPORT FOR THE NEXT WEEK

We pulled the boat out of the water on the 9th and have scheduled downtime for the next week
as we do some work. We will be changing the shaft logs from the original bronze (lots of
corrosion) to fiberglass, shortening the shafts by a couple of inches, changing the props, putting
bushings on the rudder shafts, cleaning and repainting the bottom paint and changing all the zincs.
If I had the money and the time we would also be repainting the hull and putting in a new deck,
but that will have to be the next project. We should be back in the water on the 15th, early
morning of the 16th at the latest, as we have 24 of the next 30 days booked. Keep your fingers
crossed for us, and we hope to get a chance to see you soon in Cabo!


 


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