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 Jan 3, 2009; 11:36PM
 Category:  Looking for
 Name for Contacts:  JEFF TALLEY
 Phone:  205-369-9689
 E-mail:  hevbnd6@aol.com
 City:  MOODY
 State:  AL.
 Country:  USA
 Description:  I HAVE FOUND A TYPE OF MINNOW BUCKET AND I'M WONDERING WHAT IT'S WORTH. IT IS MADE OF A PAPER COMPOSITE OR SOMETHING OF THAT NATURE, IT HAS 'J. C. HIGGINS SEARS ROEBUCK CO. INSCRIBED ON IT. IT IS IN FAIRLY GOOD CONDITION.I HAVE LOOKED ON THE COMPUTER FOR IT AND CAN NOT FIND ANYTHING FROM THE 40'S OR 50'S ON IT SO I'M THINKING IT IS OLDER THAN THAT. IF SOMEONE HAS ANY INFO. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL ME.
THANKS,
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 Aug 8, 2004; 05:23AM - Stowage of StrikeBack Fishing Lure Retrievers
 Category:  [other]
 Author Name:  John Szymanski
 Author E-mail:  john@strikebacktackle.com.au
Tip&Trick Description 1: Simple Stowage of StrikeBack Fishing Lure Retriever for more deck Space.
Most pole type lure retrievers are thick, bulky and rigid. StrikeBack is made of 1.5 metre fibreglass rods able to be connected together, each 8 or 10 mm in diameter, depending on the version.
Once you have your StrikeBack Fishing Lure Retriever at the boat; loctite the first two sections and slide the retriever in the gunwale rail on many aluminium boats, or attach a length of conduit along the inside of the boat. Your StrikeBack Fishing Lure Retriever is now stowed neatly as it has flexiblity to fit the contour of your the hull. Deck space is valuable, keep it clear.

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 Dec 9, 2007; 09:35PM - Custom Fit Boat Cover
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 Price:  Varies
 Name for Contacts:  Elite Outdoors
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 State:  MO
 Country:  USA
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Click here to enlarge 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.



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 Nov 10, 2003; 10:27AM - Cabo Fishing Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: Capt. George Landrum
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CABO FISH REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 2 TO NOVEMBER 8, 2003



WEATHER: Our evening lows have been in the high 60ís to low 70ís while the day
time highs have been in the mid to high 80ís. Great weather and the fact that the winds
have been light all week just added to the comfort level while on the water. We had a
slight overcast during the first half of the week with clearing skies at the end but
received no rain.

WATER: At the end of the week we had warm water in the 81-82 degree range up to
three miles off shore on the Pacific side while the temperature farther off shore were in
the 80-81 degrees. The Sea of Cortez had 82 degree water and this trend continued
around the Cape until you reached an area 30 miles to the south. In this area the water
temperatures boomed and over a very short distance went from 81 degrees to 84
degrees. Surface conditions were great all week long with just a bit of wind kicking up
some chop in the late afternoons. There was a slight swell of 2-4 feet from the north
west.

BAIT: It was a very tough week to get bait for almost all the boats, at least the normal
Caballito and Mackerel. The full moon made it difficult for the bait boats to catch the
Caballito and the water is a little too warm for the Mackerel. There were plenty of
Sardinas available at $20 a bucket.

FISHING:

BILLFISH: Once again action was slow on the Billfish this week, perhaps due to the
coming full moon. There were Striped Marlin, Blue Marlin and Sailfish caught, but not
in any great numbers. Almost all of the action seemed to be either just off the
lighthouse on the Pacific side, at the 95 spot or up the Pacific coast past the Golden
Gate Banks. Lures in darker colors for the Blue Marlin and Dorado colors seemed to
work well for almost everything.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: The Tuna fishing sure was not as good this week as we had been
hoping. Last year when the tournament was held there were a lot of fish found that
were over #100, this year there was just one and it weighed #176. There were fish out
there and some of the boats reported getting into schools where you cold see the big
fish jumping, but they would not eat. Most of the fish were found more than 15 miles
out and some boats reported traveling as far as 70 miles from the Cape in search of the
winning fish. As is normal, the first boat to a school had the best chance of getting bit,
but even then the bites were slow to come. With few Caballito and Mackerel for bait
most of the boats had to make do with catching small Skipjack for baits, or else just go
with the Sardinas. Even boats using frozen baits such as squid and ballyhoo, brought
in from the states, had a very hard time getting bit. Most of the fish were slightly larger
than footballs, the 19th largest fish weighed in at just over 40 pounds. The Sardinas
worked well on the fish in the football size up to about 35 pounds but most of the larger
fish were caught on lures, and it seemed that as is normal, the darker colored feathers
did well.

DORADO: As was the case last week, the key to a good catch of Dorado was finding a
piece of floating debris that held fish. Once you had that, then you needed to have live
bait. Thank goodness that Dorado like Sardinas! Most of the Dorado action was on
the Pacific side up in the warmer water towards Golden Gate banks and at the San
Jaime. There were fish scattered around that were picked up as incidentals and there
seemed to be more of them close in to the shore than there were off shore.

WAHOO: There were some nice Wahoo caught this week and it was probably because
there were a lot of boats working the areas where they like to feed, such as the edge of
the banks! That is also a good area to concentrate for Yellowfin Tuna, so it is no
surprise that there were Wahoo caught as well. I saw quite a few fish in the 40# and
over category brought in by the boats in the Tournament and that is the where they
were found. Many fish were lost due to cut off on mono leader.

INSHORE: No change from last week. There was really not a lot happening inshore
this week with the exception of the Dorado on live bait. I talked with a lot of people who
had gone out on Pangas and who had gotten no fish, and talked to a few Captains who
said that they were still catching the occasional Roosterfish and Jack Crevalle, but that
yes, the inshore was slow.

NOTES: Tuna Tournament week and things were a bit hectic in town! There were
over 180 teams entered in the tournament and about half of them decided to pre-fish on
Wednesday. Thursday and Friday were the big days and they were eventful. On day
one, one team had a member have a heart attack and they got him picked up by
helicopter, the report was that he was in good condition at the hospital. There was also
a boat collision during the shotgun start and the report was a Glacier Bay catamaran
went down, but the team members were all right and were picked up by another boat.
The fishing was slow and the fish were far out. Some boats working way up on the
Pacific side reported getting into fish in the #200 to #300 range, but there was no way
anyone was getting bit by them. Most of the fish brought in were in the #30 and under
class, the largest fish of the day was #86. Day two saw the fishing get even slower but
it did produce the tournament winner of #176! Most of the boats entered in the
tournament found fish, but the majority of them had no luck getting them to eat. Now
that the tournaments are all over, maybe we can get back to some normal fishing!
Thanks for reading the report, and see you next week!
 


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