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fishing wanted
 Apr 6, 2006; 10:01PM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle Wanted
 Name for Contacts:  Bob Davenport
 Description:  Spool for Penn 2.5G fly reel.

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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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 Aug 4, 2003; 09:08PM - 1979 20 foot open Skipjack
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  9500
 Name for Contacts:  Kim Monaco
 Phone:  949-872-3233
 City:  Costa Mesa
 State:  California
 Country:  USA
Click here to enlarge Description 1: Boat is in great condition stored under covered carport.
Click here to enlarge Description 2: Interior is recently reupholstered and seats have been reinforced boat interior is actually in very good conditon.
Click here to enlarge Description 3: Volvo penta 350 with volvo 280 outdrive single prop and has recently been serviced at Sea and Ski Marine of Southern California one of the finest Volvo repair shop around. Motor purrs like a kitten and it turn key well maintained.

fishing reports
 Jan 5, 2004; 06:21PM - 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: Our weather this week remained as we had last week with the night time lows in
the mid to high 50’s and day time highs in the mid to high 80’s. Our humidity level rose during
the middle of the week as fairly solid cloud cover moved in on us, lasting through the week end.
We did have a couple of very light showers early in the morning on Saturday and Sunday, just
enough to spot up the car windows.

WATER: West of the Golden Gate and the San Jaime banks on the Pacific side the water
temperatures remained in the 75 degree range while on top of the banks and to the shore the
temps were up a bit, 76 t0 77 degrees. To the south of the Cape there was still a finger of warmer
water, up to 79 degrees in spots. On the Cortez side from the south east of the Cape to up just
south of the Gorda Banks the water remained cooler at 73-74 degrees and farther to the west, out
around the 1150 spot and north we were recording cold water in the 71 degree area. Surface
conditions were good early in the week but deteriorated when the cloud cover first moved in, and
then on Sunday as the wind kicked up during the night. Many boats returned a little early and a
few came in very early, unloaded the sick ones, then returned. The area from inside the 95 spot to
the Red Hill was probably the smoothest water this week.

BAIT: This week we were able to get Caballito and on occasion Mackerel as well, though
toward the end of the week the supply started to shrink a bit. The normal price of $2 per bait and
there were no bait boats selling Sardina that I heard about..


BILLFISH: As was the case week before this last, the Marlin bite was sporadic. There were a
couple of Blue Marlin caught, both in the mid 300’s, and a scattering of Striped Marlin as well.
Many boats were able to find fish, but there were not a lot of them and many of them were
unwilling to bite. Any boat with really good luck this week was one that was able to get one to
the side of the boat, but there were a few boats that must have had anglers with good luck charms
aboard, as several were able to fly two Marlin flags on their return. Live bait seemed to be the
favorite as most of the fish were reported to have been caught on live Caballito and Mackerel
tossed at them while tailing, while deep dropping live baits on the Banks and Ledges received
very little effort due to the lack of bait fish holding on them. Some fish were caught on lures, the
two Blues I know about were, and dark colors worked on both Blue and Striped Marlin. Some of
the better colors this week were black/purple, black/red and black/green. The fish were scattered
with few to be found in concentrations. Two areas that had slightly better success than others
were the area to the south east of the San Jaime Banks and the area right around the 95 spot. The
bite was best just after the tide change.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: The beginning and middle of the week had the Yellowfin scarce and
distant, but by the end of the week they had moved a bit closer. Early they were found to the
south of the San Jaime and around the Golden Gate bank, as the week ended there were plenty of
porpoise around the 95 area and they were holding fish. Most of the fish found this week were in
the 15-25 pound class but there were a few that were school fish, in the 50 pound range. Best
colors were darker ones and for the first boat on the scene, size did not really matter. As the fish
became worked over, down sizing lures helped keep the action happening.

DORADO: Last week the Dorado were the fish of the week and this week they have to share
the honor with the Yellowfin. Of course the reason is that the bite on Tuna got a bit better and
the Dorado bite fell a bit. Not that they were not being caught because they were, it was just that
the numbers fell. Most boats were able to get at least one fish tot he boat and quite a few had
luck with several, but very few boats were flying more than two Dorado flags at the end of the
day. For the more successful fishermen, live bait slow trolled or drifted was the key. If there was
debris in the water no one had worked yet, it was a gift, as there were sure to be fish under it.
Most of the fish found by boats with no (lots of them get away) or just one flag were caught on
lures, and lighter colors did seem to fare just a little better in the attraction area. Most of the
action was concentrated on the inside of the Golden Gate banks and in the warm water due south.

WAHOO: Scattered fish were found this week and they were normally incidental catch found
while fishing for Tuna or Marlin. No real concentration of Wahoo was found, but the chances
were better if you were working the known drops on the banks and ledges. Perhaps because the
boats catching them were looking for Tuna and Marlin, it seemed that most of the fish found were
caught on dark colored lures as well.

IN SHORE: According to some of the Panga Captains and their clients, inshore fishing has
improved a little from the week before last. The Sierra bite is getting stronger, but it is still an
early morning thing and the fish are averaging 4-5 pounds. Small Roosterfish have been caught
on slow trolled live Caballito. Not a lot of them, and all around 5-8 pounds. Slow trolling small
Mackerel most often resulted in getting bit in half by Sierra. The chances of getting bit by a
decent bottom fish apparently went up as several anglers reported good action on Amberjack,
Snapper and Grouper while fishing in depths ranging from 50 to 150 feet. Small live baits go the
nod for best results.

NOTES: Happy new year to everyone out there! I hope this is a prosperous and healthy one
for you and yours. The town is getting busy again as vacationers arrive to escape the cold up
north. There have been several cruise ships a day dropping anchor out in the bay. There are
Whales showing up and in greater numbers, Humpbacks, Grays, some Pygmy and some Pilot as
well. This weeks report was written to the music of “The Dorados” on their 2000 release on
Flying Fish Records, “Papa Was A Fishin’ Man”. Until next week, Tight Lines!

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