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 Dec 27, 2009; 11:38PM
 Category:  Looking for
 Name for Contacts:  Annette Bowman
 Phone:  828-322-7176
 E-mail:  buoys3888@charter.net
 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.
Thanks

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 Mar 31, 2003; 10:31PM - Dorado Mahi-Mahi with Mango Salsa
 Category:  De La Rue Aussi Fish Recipes
 Author Name:  Chris De La Rue
 Author E-mail:  De La Rue@2catchfish.com
Tip&Trick Description 1: Rue’s Recipe… Dolphin Fish with Mango Salsa (Mahi Mahi / Dorado)

Serves 4

4 x .350g Dolphin Fish Steaks
“You may substitute the Dolphin fish with another high quality fish like Kingfish”
2 Large Mangoes
1 Large Bunch Cilantro

The Messy Stuff… Peel the mangoes, cut them in half, and remove the pits. Cut one mango into 1-inch chunks and place in a blender. Add a pinch of salt, 12 cilantro leaves, and 2 tablespoons cold water. Process until very smooth. Set sauce aside at room temperature.
Cut the remaining mango into 1/4-inch cubes, and put in a small bowl. Coarsely chop enough cilantro to yield 1/2 cup and add it to the mango. Add salt and pepper to taste. Stir and chill the mango salsa for up to 30 minutes.

Scatter 1/2 teaspoon coarsely ground black peppercorns over one side of each Dolphin fish steaks, pressing firmly into the flesh. Sprinkle lightly with salt.

Heat two medium non-stick skillets until very hot or use the solid plat side of your BBQ. Add the fish, pepper-side down, and cook for 3 to 4 minutes each side over high heat, until the fish is seared on the outside but still moist in the center. Remove from the heat. Let rest 1 minute. Serve the fish atop a mound of mango salsa and spoon mango sauce around the sides. Garnish with additional cilantro leaves and serve immediately.

Special Note:- Cilantro leaves have a very pungent odor and are widely used in Mexican, Caribbean and Asian cooking. So you may have to go to a specialty shop to find them. It looks a bit like flat Italian parsley and in fact they are related.

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 Jan 30, 2004; 03:10PM - 21'8' BayStealth Bay Boat
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  20,500
 Name for Contacts:  Marc Noe
 Phone:  (813) 671-7447
 City:  Apollo Beach
 State:  Florida
 Country:  USA
 E-mail:  mnoe@tampabay.rr.com
Click here to enlarge Description 1: Excellent fishing boat- With full tower and rear sun shade with upper and lower station controls, 8 foot 6 inch beam, 2001 175hp Merc., jack plate, 74lb thrust Minnkota trolling motor, LMS350A GPS/Depth/Fishfinder, 2 live-wells, fishbox, 4 bateries, VHF, plenty of storage, tandem axel trailer. The first $20,500 takes this exceptional boat. Call Marc at (813)671-7447

fishing reports
 Jun 11, 2007; 11:34AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING
Captain George Landrum
gmlandrum@hotmail.com
www.flyhooker.com
Cabo Fish Report
June 3-10, 2007

WEATHER: Once again we had a beautiful week go by with our daytime temperatures in the high 80’s to low 90’s and the nighttime lows averaging 70 degrees. We had one mid-week day with high winds but for the most part the wind was a minor consideration either blowing itself out by 6 am or not picking up until 1 pm. No rain of course and only a scattering of clouds this week.
WATER: The Cortez side of the Cape remained much warmer than the Pacific side with the average temperature being 76 degrees up to 15 miles offshore. The 95 and 1150 spots were the outer boundaries where the temperature dropped to 70 degrees or less and the warm water continued up into the East Cape region well offshore. On the Pacific side the water was much cooler with a finger of cold water from the beach inside the Golden Gate bank down to Cabo extending out to the southwest across the San Jaime Bank. This water was in the mid to low 60’s and very green. Surface conditions were good on the Cortez side of the Cape with small 2-4 foot swells most of the week with no wind o top of them. We did have one say of 4-6 foot swells (made the surfers happy) but with no wind they were not very noticeable. On the Pacific side the afternoon or early morning winds made things very interesting and most of the boats avoided working the cold green water.
BAIT: As is normal for this time of year there was a good mix of Caballito and Mackerel available from the bait boats at the normal $2 per bait. Sardinas were available as well and they were quality baits, most in the 3-4 inch size. In the San Jose area you could get them for $20 a bucket but here in Cabo they averaged $25 per scoop.
FISHING:

BILLFISH: On a good note, the Striped Marlin have shown up close to home. I fished on Tuesday for Marlin and it was great, we never went farther than 5 miles for the marina and released one Striped Marin estimated at 120 pounds and one small Blue Marlin estimated at 170 pounds as well as seeing a lot of fish free jumping and sleeping on the surface. The one day mid-week when the wind blew like a banshee resulted in very few fish but for most of the days this week the Marlin were there, and in numbers. Best bets were slow trolling live baits or throwing live bait to tailing or sleeping fish. As well as Marlin, there were still quite a few Swordfish being seen, and a few caught and brought to the dock. They were also being seen close to home and a few of the boats have made plans for overnight Swordfish trips for the coming week. I’ll let you know if things work out for them.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: Yellowfin Tuna were just about the only slow fishery this week. There were a few fish found but they were small fish in the 10-15 pound range. Most of them were caught on the Pacific side in the rough water and there were no great numbers found, for the most part it was a picky catch. There were good fish reported from boats fishing the East Cape region 30 miles off the beach, but that is too much of a run for our local boats. Hopefully these fish will move into our area soon.
DORADO: The Dorado bite has continued to pick up and the numbers are increasing every week as the water warms. For the most part the fish are small with a large number of fish less than 6 pounds reported (please release these month old fish, they will be eating size soon) but there were still good numbers of fish in the 20-35 pound range being found. The Cortez side of the Cape in the warmer water was where most of the larger fish were found but waters close to home had larger numbers albeit the smaller fish. Small lures in bright colors trolled between 7 ½ and 9 knots did well on the Dorado as well as slow trolled live baits.
WAHOO: There were still Wahoo reported this week but they were still small ones, in the 20-30 pound class for the most part. Once the water warms up a bit there should be more action. The fish that were found and caught were from the Punta Gorda area as well as on the temperature break at the 95 and 1150 areas.
INSHORE: Inshore fishing has been hot this week with good numbers of Sierra continuing to hold angers attention on both the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez side of the Cape. The majority of the cooler water fish, Sierra and Yellowtail have been found between the Pedregal and the Lighthouse between 50 and 200 meters from the shore. Large schools of Sierra have given anglers all they can handle on live bait and hootchies as well as small jointed Rapallas. Slow trolled Mackerel have resulted in nice Yellowtail to 35 pounds, but a lot of Sierra bite-offs have occurred due to the use of light Mono leaders needed to get the Yellowtail to bite. In close to eh beach, the rocks have produced consistent action on Dogtooth Snapper to 20 pounds as well as Red Snapper to 8 pounds.
NOTES: The fishing continues to pick up as the water warms up offshore and meanwhile the inshore action is just great, everyone is having fun! If things continue this way there can be smiles on everyone’s face. I have hope for the Tuna showing up soon as that is the only thing we are really lacking at the moment. So far this year I have released two Blue Marlin and that is a sign that the water is warming and things are getting better! Fingers crossed for tight lines for everyone out there. Until next week!
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