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5 pc segmented glide bait set w/box

5 pc segmented glide bait set w/box
5 pc multi jointed glide baits 4 inch 15-17 grams weight with built in rattles

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Fish Facts Vote which one you feel is true.
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. ? 
Many fish can change sex during their lifespan. ? 
The goliath tigerfish can eat small crocodiles. ? 
There is a Jellyfish that could be immortal. ? 
There's a shark in Greenland that eats polar bears ? 
What color trolling lure catches the most fish for you?
Green and yellow ? 
Green red yellow ? 
Mean joe ? 
Red white ? 
Red yellow ? 
[Other] ? 

Around 10% of the world's total fish species can be found just within the Great Barrier Reef.
The toxin in puffer fish is 1200 times deadlier than cyanide.
Strange fish facts
Many Fish can taste without even opening their mouths.
Fish Facts
Most brands of lipstick contain fish scales
Did you know?
American Lobsters have longer life spans than both cats and dogs, living over 20 years.
When you need a good reason to go fishing!
Going fishing outdoors increases your vitamin D, which helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in your body, keeping your bones and teeth healthy. It boosts your immune system and has been linked to fighting depression.
Some fishes lay their eggs on land instead of in the water
The mudskipper even takes this further, even mating on land. These fish burrow and lay their eggs in mudflats before returning to the water.
In three decades, the world's oceans will contain more discarded plastic than fish when measured by weight, researchers say.
As of 2020, there were 34,000 known fish species around world. That’s more than the number of species in all other vertebrates: birds, reptiles, mammals, and amphibians combined.
God Bless The Troops
We sleep safely in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm. - George Orwell
One fish is called a fish. Two or more are still called fish.
However than one species of fish are called fishes.
Did you know that
About 60% of US Anglers practice catch and release.
Women make up about 33% of fresh water anglers and
about 85% of fresh water anglers begin fishing at 12 years old.
Just how man species of fish are there?
As of 2020, there were 34,000 known fish species around world. That’s more than the number of species in all other vertebrates: birds, reptiles, mammals, and amphibians combined.
Even Catfish are finicky
Taste Buds ? Catfish have a more refined sense of flavor than humans. Our 10,000 taste buds may seem like a lot, but catfish can have as many as 175,000. This helps them find the exact location of their next meal.

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Panfish Jointed style hard bait

Panfish Jointed style hard bait
3 3/4 inch 3/4 ounce (20 gram) Panfish style 2 segment jointed hard bait casting or trolling


PRICE: $7.49


Bait Catching Sabiki Rigs from Lucky Joes

Bait Catching Sabiki Rigs from Lucky Joes
Bait Catching Rigs for catching mackerel sardine smelt 30lb main 20 branch asst hook sizes


PRICE: $2.00


5 pc 1 1/2 inch crankbait assortment w/box (B)

5 pc 1 1/2 inch crankbait assortment w/box (B)
5 pcs 1 5/8 inch 4 grams crankbait assortment w/box


PRICE: $9.99


fishing wanted
 May 11, 2007; 12:07PM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle For Sale
 Name for Contacts:  Niall Kendall
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 Description:  if you want vintage fishing lures for pennys! which i know you will, email me at niallkendall@hotmail.com and i will send you all you need for them! many thanks!

fishing photo contest
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July 2004 Fishing Photo Contest
$50 free fishing tackle for the photo with the most votes. Contest open to all anglers 8 contestants minimum to start the contest
Paul Kossak15 lbsMuskie
Paul Kossak15 lbsMuskie
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Paul Kossak, 18
I was walking the wall for walleye at the GP Farms Park, when this ...
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fishing tips and tricks
 Aug 5, 2003; 10:29PM - Bimini Twist
 Category:  Knots to use
 Author Name:  Steve vonBrandt/S&K Guide Service
Bimini Twist Tip&Trick Description 1: Bimini Twist
Used primarily for offshore trolling and double-line leaders. A Bimini twist creates a long loop of line which is stronger than the the line itself. A Bimini twist is a simple method of doubling your fishing line in order to prevent chafing or to create the necessary loop in order to attach a wind-on leader. A short Bimini twist (up to five feet) can easily be accomplished by one person. To tie a Bimini twist longer than five feet takes two people, although it could be done alone with a lot of practice. This knot is a 100% knot, meaning, it retains 100% or the original strength of the line being used.


1. Measure a little more than twice the length you will want for the double-line. Bring end back to standing line and hold together. Rotate end of loop 18 - 23 times, by twisting it.
2. Slowly spread the loop to slide twists together about 10' below tag end. You want to spread the lines evenly, keeping the same angle on each side, so they do not wrap on top on one another. Step both feet through loop and bring it up around knees so pressure can be placed on column of twists by spreading knees your apart. It is easiest to learn the knot with two people so one person can hold and spread the lines while the other person ties the knot. Bimini twists over 5 feet long really need two people to tie properly, unless you have 8' legs!
3. With twists now snug together, hold standing line in one hand with tension just slightly off the vertical position. With other hand, move tag end to position at right angle to twists. Keeping tension on loop with knees, gradually ease tension of tag end so it will roll over the column of twists, beginning just below the upper twist. (as the line continues to spread apart the tag end will wrap back down over top of the twists.)
4. Spread legs apart slowly to maintain pressure on loop. Steer tag end into a tight spiral coil as it continues to roll over the twisted line. It take a practice, but avoid the twists jumping back over top. The twists should lay side by side and coil down nicely as shown to the right.
5. When spiral of tag end has rolled over column of twists, continue keeping knee pressure on loop and pinch the end of knot to keep it from unraveling. Put a finger in crotch of line where loop joins knot to prevent slippage of last turn. Now make a simple half-hitch with tag end around nearest leg of loop and pull up tight.
6. With half-hitch holding knot, release knee pressure but keep loop stretched. Using remaining tag end, take half-hitch around both legs of loop, but do not pll tight.
7. Make 2-3 more turns with the tag end around both legs of the loop, winding inside the bend of line formed by the loose half-hitch and toward the knot. Pull tag end slowly, forcing the loops to form in a spiral.
8. Moisten spirals and pull loops tight against main knot. Leave about 1/4' of a tag end when trimming. Keep practicing, it takes some time.

fishing boats and accessories
 Dec 9, 2007; 09:35PM - Custom Fit Boat Cover
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 Name for Contacts:  Elite Outdoors
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 Country:  USA
Custom Fit Boat Cover Description 1: When only the best will do! A perfect fit: measured, tucked, darted and approved by Hurricane's own pattern and design craftsman. Vulnerable wear and stress points are double reinforced with an extra tough material sewn to the underside of the cover. An unbreakable 1/4' poly draw rope sewn with the perimeter hem enables the cover to be cinched tight to the hull. 1' poly loops are sewn around the perimeter of the cover to accept a Hurricane strap/buckle tie down kit, bungee cords, or rope ties for positive securing to the boat. Built tough to take the exposure and abuse that boat covers are exposed to when trailering, storing, or mooring.



Westland has over 16,000 Exact Fit Custom Cover patterns for over 200 different boat manufacturers. You will have your choice of 3 fabrics and over 30 colors.



To check to see if we have a custom cover pattern for your boat please Email Us your year - make - model - any accessories like towers, swim platforms, bow rails, radar archs, etc.

Custom Fit Boat Cover Description 2: Sharkskin color chart...also, available in Sunbrella

fishing reports
 Jul 9, 2007; 10:39AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum



FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING
Captain George Landrum
gmlandrum@hotmail.com
www.flyhooker.com
Cabo Fish Report
July 2-8, 2007

WEATHER: It is finally time to admit that nature has brought summertime weather to us here in Cabo. This week our daytime temperatures have been in the mid to high 90s while the nighttime lows have been in the high 70s and low 80s. A breath of wind from the northwest has kept the humidity down but that is soon to become a thing of the past. This week we had mostly sunny skies with a few scattered clouds early in the week but no rain at all.
WATER: The California current had a great effect upon our fishing this week as it brought cool, green water down the west coast of the Cape and as it passed Cabo it turned into the Sea Of Cortez. The current only ran to 20 miles offshore on the Pacific side, outside that boundary the water warmed to 78 degrees and was nice and blue. Inside the 20 mile zone the water averaged 71-75 degrees and had an increasing green tint the closer to the beach you got. On the Cortez side of the Cape the cool green water extended south for 30 miles and wrapped around to affect the water as far to the east as the Cabrillo Seamount. Surface conditions were great on both sides of the Cape as our winds were light and for the most part the seas were fairly glassy even though we did have some large swells from the south.
BAIT: Mostly Caballito this week with the new moon having a great effect on the fishing and there were some Mackerel available from the bait barge just outside the Marina. Some Sardinas were available as well if you ventured up toward San Jose. The asking price for the little baits was the usual $20 per scoop and for the larger baits was the normal $2 per bait.
FISHING:

BILLFISH: We are between seasons on the Billfish right now, the water is warm enough that the Striped Marlin are off their feed and it is still not warm enough to bring in any numbers of Blue or Black Marlin. There were great numbers of Striped Marlin spotted on the surface this week but the combination of warmer water and a new moon seemed to have a negative effect on their willingness to strike a lure or eat a live bait. Most of the fish were found on the boundary between the cool and warm water on the Pacific side of the Cape, but there were occasional concentrations found on the Cortez side around the 95 spot and the 1150. I also had the chance to see a Swordfish estimated at #250 being carted along the Malecon as it was being taken to the Smokehouse. It was reported to have been taken along the green-blue boundary 15 miles to the south of the Cape. The blue water on top of the San Jaime bank and to the west of there drew a large number of boats to the area, but the fishing was spotty, there seemed to be better luck on the green side of the break.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: All I can say here is that there were some scattered schools of football fish found but no concentrations of larger fish. I did hear of an #80 fish being caught near to home, but no other information on big fish reached my ears.
DORADO: Once again Dorado were the fish of the week as it seemed every boat that went out was able to get at least one or two of these great eating fish. Most of them were in the 15-20 pound class but there were still enough in the 30-pound range to keep things interesting and I did see one boat bring in a pair of fish in the 50-60 pound class. It appeared that most of the Dorado were found in one of two areas, along the blue-green color break (also a current line) when floating debris was found, or along the coastline within 1 mile of the beach. The larger fish were found offshore but there seemed to be bigger numbers close to the beach. Small bright colored lures worked well as did slow trolled live bait.
WAHOO: Hmm? The red flags I saw this week were for shark, though I did hear a conversation on the radio where one 20-pound fish was caught.
INSHORE: Inshore fishing this week consisted of Dorado and Lady Fish, there were few other species taken on a regular basis although the inshore standbys did make an appearance at times. Snapper, Grouper, the occasional Roosterfish and a few stray Yellowtail were found here and there. As the water warms the Rooster fishing ought to get better and the Dorado and Yellowfin Tuna bite should improve.
NOTES: It was slow for me this week and I did not get a lot of fishing in. Most of the information here is that relayed to me by the guys that managed to get out. I am going to be gone for a week starting on the 11th but will try and get out some information next week. I will be calling home everyday and hopefully will be receiving good news about the fishing, which I will relay on to you. Dont forget about the long-line problem we face as a sport-fishing destination, it may soon have a major effect on us. Check it out at the following link and add you voice to ours!
http://www.billfish.org/new/NewsArticle.asp?ArticleID=60
Until next week, Tight lines!