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 Apr 16, 2006; 04:21PM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle Wanted
 Name for Contacts:  Mary Walker
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 E-mail:  wolfie5@veizon.net
 City:  Farmer City
 State:  Illinois
 Country:  usa
 Description:  I'm looking for a pink tackle
box for my daughter.

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 Nov 12, 2004; 09:52AM - ATTRACT FISH (ΜΕΛΑΝΟΥΡΙ-ΣΑΡΓΟ&
 Category:  Fishing tips and tricks
 Author Name:  C.E.GIONIS
 Author E-mail:  GARDENDESIGNER6@HOTMAIL.COM
Tip&Trick Description 1: TO ATTRACT FISH WHILE YOU INTEND TO USE A WHIP WITH RIG FOR SPARIDAES FAMILY YOU CAN USE THE FOLLOWING:
PUT ABOYT 1 KGR (KILO) OF ANY FISH (FRESH OF NOT IT IS THA SAME)IN A BOX WITH HERMETIC LID. LEAVE IT FOR 1 WEEK TO HAVE THEM ROT. OPEN AND ADD SAND ABOUT DOUBLE THE VOLUME OF FISH USED.MIX VERY WELL AND USE A SPOON TO THROW IT SLOWLY SLOWLY EVERY 5 MINUTES IN THE WATERS
(LIITLE AND OFTEN)
START FISHING USING YR WHIP EQUIPPED WITH MOTHER LINE N18, 2 HOOK LINES N15-16 WITH LENGTHS 55-60 CM AND VERY SMALL LEAD AND FLOATER.
USE 2 TREBLE HOOKS N16 FOR EVERY HOOKLINE.
GREAT SUCCESS WITH THIS METHOD IN GREECE.

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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
 E-mail:  capt.dog@juno.net
Description 1: 1958 dorsett new paint,windshield,bait tank rodholders bilge pump and running lights..

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 Dec 8, 2003; 10:42AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: Capt. George Landrum
'Fly Hooker' Sportfishing
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CABO FISH REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 30 TO DECEMBER 6, 2003



WEATHER: We had a good week weather wise with our highs in the high 80ís and
lows in the mid 60ís. It was partly cloudy at the beginning of the week but cleared up at
the end. Light winds in the afternoon but almost no breeze in the mornings made for
very comfortable conditions.

WATER: We had one day this week, I believe it was Tuesday, when the surface
conditions on the Pacific side were rough, but that was due to conflicting currents, not
due to wind. By rough, I mean that there were big swells, some of them 8 foot, with a
lot of little stuff between and small standing whitecaps. This condition extended for
almost 15 miles. The rest of the week there were small swells of the normal 2-4 foot
variety, calm in the mornings with a little chop in the afternoons. The Sea of Cortez
was calm up until past the Vinorama area, then it got rough due to wind. The Sea of
Cortez was showing an almost even 79-80 degrees across the board at the end of the
week while the Pacific side was just a degree cooler. There was a good temperature
break 30 miles to the west where we went from 78 to 76 degree water.

BAIT: Mackerel at the normal $2 each and Sardinas at $20 a bucket were available all
week long.

FISHING:

BILLFISH: This is the third week in a row where the concentration of Marlin has been
on the lighthouse and most of them have been caught while dropping down live bait.
These are Striped Marlin and the average weight has been around 110 pounds. A few
have been caught on the troll while working close to the coast up the Pacific side. Dark
colored lures have been the ticket there.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: Long runs and keeping your fingers crossed were the key to
getting Tuna this week. The closest I heard of them coming in was 14 miles to the west
but the concentration of Tuna was found on the temperature break 30 miles west. Of
course, they were associated with the Porpoise. Live bait, small feathers, cedar plugs
and little hootchies were working on them. Most of the Tuna were in the football
category, up to 20 pounds, with a few larger fish mixed in. I know there were fish found
in other places, but that is where most of the effort was centered.

DORADO: Either you found wood floating or you found Frigate birds working, that was
almost the only way anyone caught Dorado this week. Most of the fish found were less
than 25 pounds in size and some boats did very well if they were the first to a piece of
wood. Live bait was the key and if you were lucky, there could be a big school under
the wood and you limited out. Most of the boats never saw a Dorado this week though.

WAHOO: Coming up on the full moon there were Wahoo caught at the end of the
week and they were found on the banks or on the ledge at the lighthouse. Quite a few
boats got bit while soaking bait for Marlin but of course, those teeth made short work of
the mono leaders! Most of the fish were in the 45 pound class with a few going to 80
pounds.

INSHORE: Small Sierra, Jack Crevalle and Pargo were the fish caught inshore this
week, and the action was not very hot. Most boats came in with a couple of Pargo
caught on live bait and a few Sierra, but a few boats actually got into good schools of
the little razormouths and were able to get a dozen or more fish in the 5 pound class.

NOTES: The whales are starting to show up. Mary and I were invited out on a sunset
cruise and we spent almost an hour watching three Humpbacks right off the point. As
the water cools down we should start to see the Gray whales showing up as well. The
fishing was a bit off this week, it seemed you either got Marlin close to home while
soaking bait, or made a long journey offshore for a chance at small Tuna. I know this is
not the kind of information you like to hear, but thatís the way it is. Things should pick
up soon. Until next week, Tight lines!
 


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