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18/0 7731 SS Bridge Pier Gaff

18/0 7731 SS Bridge Pier Gaff
Lucky Joes Stainless Steel 7731 size 18/0 Treble Hook Pier or Bridge Gaff Alligator Hook

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Goldfish can't close their eyes without eyelids. ? 
1 Puffer Fish has enough poison to kill 30 people ? 
A koi fish named 'Hanako' lived for 225 years. ? 
Fish can drown in water. ? 
Fish can see 70 times further in air than in water ? 
Fish in polluted lakes lose their sense of smell. ? 
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The goliath tigerfish can eat small crocodiles. ? 
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American Lobsters have longer life spans than both cats and dogs, living over 20 years.
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Swordfish Replica Fish Mount Xiphias gladius

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Swordfish fiberglass 1/2 mount 55 inch Xiphias gladius most mysterious of all gamefish

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20/0 Stainless Steel Pier or Bridge Gaff

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

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 Aug 5, 2003; 10:26PM - Albright Knot
 Category:  Knots to use
 Author Name:  Steve vonBrandt/S&K Guide Service
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Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: Albright Knot
The albright knot is most commonly used for joining lines of different diameter, for creating shook leaders and when Bimini Twist is tied in the end of lighter casting line. It is also used to connect monofilament to wire.

1.Create a loop in the tag end of the heavier line, then feed the tag end of the lighter line through it.
2. Bring the tag end up and over the loop to make your first turn.
3. Make a series of turns around all three stands, keeping it as tight as possible.
4. make a minimum of 10 turns, bringing the tag end out of the end of the heavier line's loop.
5. To tighten the knot, pull the standing part of the heavier line. At the same time, slide the turns toward the loop end.
6. When turns are in a neat position, pull both standing parts to make the knot tight. Trim ends.

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 Jun 27, 2005; 11:48AM - 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: As of the end of the week it is looking really good on the weather front here in Cabo. The winds we had been experiencing for the last few weeks finally died out and since Thursday the weather has been great! Our night time lows have been in the low to mid 70’s while our day time highs have been in the mid to high 90’s, real summer weather for us. We had a very slight sprinkle in some parts of town on Tuesday, just enough to dot the dust on the windshields.

WATER: The Pacific finally lived up to its name, thanks to the wind dying down this week. There were swells but little if any chop out there and many of the boats went in the direction of the Golden Gate and San Jaime Banks looking for fish. The water is just a little green close to shore on the Pacific, and a little cooler than the off shore water at 67-70 degrees, out for a couple of miles. Past that it warms to around 72 at the banks and 73-74 degrees just to the south of the Jaime. On the Cortez side of the cape we have that cool water extending in a plume out to the 95 spot. All the other areas have water in the 72-75 degree range with water up at the East Cape in the 78 degree range. The water color still has a very faint green tinge to it but that should go away soon.

BAIT: Caballito at $2 per bait with a few Mullet in the mix.


BILLFISH: With the coming of the full moon the bite from the Striped Marlin has died down a bit, they are still being found but not in the quantities they were being seen in last week. One of the areas that has been producing them is along the Pacific coast where that cool water and warm water meet. I would venture to guess that one out of 5 boats were able to get hooked up to a Striped Marlin this week, and it was largely a matter of being in the right place at the right time. On an up note, the water is warming up and the Blue Marlin are starting to show up. A few fish in the #200-#300 range have been seen cruising the lure patterns and a few of them have been coaxed into striking. Live bait has been the best producer for the Striped Marlin while lures in dark colors have gotten the attention of the Blue Marlin.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: Fish of the week. No doubt about it, with the full moon and the currents changing things busted wide open on small Yellowfin in the football class. Almost any boat that tried was able to catch all they wanted of the Tuna in the 6-15 pound class and there were a few in the 25-35 class as well. Most of the action took place south of the arch early in the week and then moved up the Pacific side. Many of the fish were found via blind strikes with no indicators in the area. Hooking up a multiple on the footballs, once they were in the boat and the lines re-set, passing over the same area would result in strikes again. The larger fish were found with the Dolphin, and the “tequila” fish over #200 were not in evidence as the black Porpoise they were associated with last week have moved on. Feathers and hootchies in all colors worked well on the football fish and cedar plugs and dark colors worked on the slightly larger fish with the Dolphin.

DORADO: Last week I said that the water is warming up so keep your fingers crossed. Well, the water warmed up and it worked! For quite a few boats Dorado may have been the fish of the week. Most of the action was found on the Pacific side, and while it may not have been due to the warmer water I am sure it helped. The main action came as a result of floating Kelp paddies found off shore. As these paddies drifted down from the northern Baja they accumulated a food chain under them and having been untouched until arriving here, they were loaded with fish. The action began on Thursday when boats found the patches up the coast and offshore where the warm water met the cool water. The kelp paddies were anywhere from just a few strands to one we saw that was at least 100 feet in diameter. Live bait worked well as did trolling lures, and if you were the first one to the paddy there was an almost guarantee of getting hooked up. The fish ran from 10 to 40 pounds with most of them around 15 pounds.

WAHOO: Associated with the Kelp paddies and helped by the full moon phase, lots of boats were able to get Wahoo this week. Early in the week it was mostly coastal contour fish, found around the 50 fathom line. At the end of the week the action moved to the kelp paddies. Not being ready for them, a lot of boats were bit off on mono leaders when they first approached the paddies as Wahoo ranging from 20-60 pounds struck before the Dorado got there. The same thing went for working live bait; the Wahoo would bite through the mono leader. Putting on wire leader kept the bite-offs to a minimum but also resulted in fewer Dorado. Let’s see, Wahoo or Dorado, sigh, what a terrible choice to have to make! Heavy metal heads on wire leader as well as “Marauder” type plugs worked very well on the Wahoo and resulted in more fish in the box. It was not uncommon for a boat to be flying between 2 and 6 Wahoo flags if they were the first to a producing kelp paddy.

INSHORE: Most of the inshore action was concentrated on Roosterfish, as the action became red-hot for fish between 25 and 40 pounds almost everywhere along the coast. Working the rocky points on both sides of the cape, as well as the beach areas resulted in almost all the action you could handle on both the Roosterfish and some nice Pargo. A few Sierras and a few Yellowtails were in the mix as well and they were found on the Pacific side of the cape.

NOTES: The fishing is turning on! Keeping our fingers crossed worked and it looks like it is going to be a good way to end the month. I saw three whales the other day, which was a surprise since they were Humpbacks that are normally out of our area by now. This weeks report was written to the music of “Cheap Yellow Mustard” on their self titled album recorded tat the Bakersfield School of Music in 2003. Many thanks to Cameron Melville, the keyboardist, for getting me a copy of this great album, whenever I need a good funky blues lift I pull this one out! Until next week, tight lines!

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