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fishing wanted
 Oct 21, 2002; 01:32AM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle For Sale
 Name for Contacts:  Wang Ping
 Phone:  8610-62453762 ; 8610-13701330987
 E-mail: ;
 City:  Beijing
 State:  Beijing
 Country:  China
 Description:  Seeking World wide Distributors
Very cheap price and good quality.

CampoCatcher Electric Fishing Rod Holder

fishing photo contest
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Feb 2003 Best Photo
$50 worth of fishing equipment for the photo with the most votes by February 28th, 2003
Capt. Charle... Up to 22lbs. Red Snapper
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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! <'))))><

fishing boats and accessories
 Apr 25, 2002; 09:18AM - 14 ft. dorsett 25 h.p. yamaha
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  $ 1900.00
 Name for Contacts:  Bill Merrell
 Phone:  949 6461214
 City:  costa mesa
 State:  calif.
 Country:  orange
Description 1: 1958 dorsett new paint,windshield,bait tank rodholders bilge pump and running lights..

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 May 10, 2004; 01:47PM - 'Fly Hooker' Daily Catch Reports
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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Report Description: Capt George Landrum
“Fly Hooker” Sportfishing




Andy “Muscle-ini (it’s not fat, it’s muscle!) , Ronnie (Arnold snores like a pig), Tommy (secret agent 006 ½ ) and Jim “Duke” are here in Cabo for the first time and fishing with us for three days, today Wednesday and Friday. They were referred to us by clients from New Jersey, and they are really looking forward to the fishing. Thank goodness the fishing has been pretty good. On this, the first day out, they worked the area just outside of town about form the 95 Spot to 20 miles out. Just past the 95 spot, they had two nice Wahoo strikes. One came off and the other had another Wahoo come through and bite the swivel. Juan dropped back a rigged bait and had it eaten and the leader was almost cut through on it as well and that fish was lost. A small Dorado in the same area came in the the boat for dinner and then the water started to kick up and they came in close to shore. In there they found a Marlin that struck and stuck! One fish to the boat, tagged and released. Good fishing guys!


Roald Pettersen and his brother-in-law Steve are fishing with us today, Thursday and Saturday. Roald has fished with us before and really likes to catch Marlin! The mass of fish continue to stay close and today’s action was between the Westin and the Gorda Banks. I think it was Steve who got to reel in the first marlin today, but I am not real sure. The first fish was early in the trip and it was a very quick fight. Juan said the Striped Marlin may have been as big as #50, but not any larger that that! There were a few other stikes before they had another one hook up solidly. That fish was tagged and released after about 15 minutes. Not a bad day with two Marlin flags and two release flags flying when they arrived back at the Marina.


The second day of fishing for the gang form New Jersey saw a bit of different slant on things as the Marlin could not be convinced t6o stay hooked up! They had one fish along side of the boat when the leader broke and they had a couple of other Marlin interested but not hungry. Today they worked the area off of the Palmilla to Punta Ballena, around 3 to 10 miles off shore. Oh they did get at least one fish in the boat though! After around 5-10 minutes, Ronnie reeled in a Wahoo that was estimated to be about 80-90 lbs! Thanks for the dinner invite guys, the meal was great!


Roald and Steve were out for their second day of fishing and the action took place in the same area as before. Juan was suffering from a sore throat and Edgar filled in for him today. One fish was well hooked and fought to the boat for a tag and then released. They had another fish in the pattern but ate the bait and spit the hook. Oh well that was it for the day, but things were not all bad, the weather was great!


I fished with Muscle-ini, Arnold, 006 ½ and the Duke today. They asked if I would go at least one day and this was the one I was available. Our intention was to get a little bottom fishing in , but the tide was wrong this morning so we went out for Marlin instead. I don’t think we ever got farther out than 10 miles, and that was straight out form the port. The first hook up was at 7:39 and Muscle-ini fought the fish for 17 minutes before getting it to the boat. I tagged the fish and Juan removed the hook from the bill. We were seeing fish all over the place, but they were difficult to entice them to eat. We had several more attempt at fish and on one of them one of a pair of Marlin struck the bait, but would not eat it. Later on we had another fish that had no interest in a live bait but ate a dead one tossed at it with no hook or leader attacked, another dead bait this time hooked up was thrown, but no interest! One of the most exciting times was spotting two Marlin tailing down swell , pulling in front of them to drop a dead bait back and while watching them approach having another fish free jump almost along the side of the boat.! We ran out of live bait at around 10:30, but managed to get another fish hooked up the Duke got it the side of the boat in about 22 minutes. This fish was a surprise as it did not look very big from a distance, but up close it was one fat dude. We estimated it at around #140. Juan had hold of the leader for a while as I tired to get a tag in the fish, but he was never able to get it close enough for me to stick him. After around three minutes the leader parted and the fish swam away. As we worked out way back in, Secret Agent 006 1/2 reeled in dinner; a nice #25 Dorado that struck on a mackerel rigged behind an Islander lure ran way back in the pattern. Just two miles form the marina as we headed back in we thought everyone was going to catch a fish when the bridge rod stretched a bit. Both Juan I looked at each other and he held the rod up waiting for a fish to appear. After a bit he put the rod back in the holder and we agreed that it had been the action of the sells that had stretched the line. Just then the reel screamed and a marling got his head and bill out of the water and threw the hook! Almost every one had a fish today! Thanks to the guys from “Joisy’ for a great time in the evenings, a couple of great meals and for being so much fun to be with! Have a safe trip home and we will see you again next year!


Roald and Steve were out for their last day of fishing this trip and Juan was back on the boat as well. Fishing started just three miles out and they were glad that I suggested they get extra bait this morning! I explained what had happened yesterday and they used almost all fifteen baits they purchased before they left. Juan gave us a call about 21:45 and said they would be in around 1PM. I got to the boat a bit late, but found out that they had managed to tag and release two Marlins, released one other without getting a tag placed and unintentionally releasing one other fish that would not survive and bleeding heavily from the gills. Juan decided the fish would not survive and stuck the gaff in it. The fish took exception to this and took off with the gaff. Roald fought the fish back to the boat. This time the flying gaff was ready, the fish appeared to be tired and then just as Juan had the leader in hand, and was going to place the flying gaff, the leader broke. Well the fish was released but not he way or in the shape anyone wanted. Sometimes things just happen. Well, Roald you finally had you “Four Marlin day”! Congratulations, we’ll see you again next year!

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