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Lucky Joes 18/0 Weighted Bridge Gaff

Lucky Joes 18/0 Weighted Bridge Gaff
Lucky Joes 18/0 weighted Bridge Gaff 2 1/2 pounds approximate weight for those windy days fishing.

PRICE: $84.99



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Lucky Joes red treble hooks smaller sizes

Lucky Joes red treble hooks smaller sizes
Lucky Joes 35647/3551 red treble hooks fresh or saltwater use.


PRICE: $3.00


Lucky Joes 7691S double hook rigs 180° offset

Lucky Joes 7691S double hook rigs 180° offset
Stainless Double hook rigs 6/0 thru 10/0 ready to install in you favorite lures!


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Lucky Joes Stainless Steel Treble Hooks

Lucky Joes Stainless Steel Treble Hooks
Lucky Joes Stainless steel welded treble hooks 420 stainless steel model 7731 style hooks


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fishing wanted
 Jan 30, 2010; 11:45AM
 Category:  Sportfishing Charters
 Name for Contacts:  Ralph Solano
 Phone:  (506) 886-20214
 E-mail:  ralph@costaricawildfishing.com
 City:  Santa Cruz
 State:  Guanacaste
 Country:  Costa Rica
 Description:  Ralph Solano - Kayak, boat and surfcasting fishing guide
Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Location > Playa Potrero.
www.costaricawildfishing.com

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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
 Author E-mail:  swvbbass@aol.com
Click here to enlarge 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
 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
 Sep 26, 2005; 11:52AM - 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
Cabo Fish Report
Sept. 19-25, 2005

WEATHER: There was no change in our weather this week, its still hot and humid. Our day time highs have been in the 100 degree range while the night time lows have been right around 80 degrees. No rain this week even though we did have a bit of cloud cover early.
WATER: The Sea of Cortez was pretty much a solid 85-88 degrees no matter where you went this week, the only difference anyone could find was there were current lines of green water out there and the fish seemed to be up along the edges. On the Pacific side we had a small upwelling of cold 82-83 degree water right along the edge of the Cape early in the week and that has held together and moved offshore. At the end of the week the cool green water is sitting right on top of the San Jaime Bank while the warm water has worked its way back around and now lies between the San Jaime and the shore almost all the way up to the Golden Gate Banks.
BAIT: Almost everyone had a difficult time getting bait at the beginning of the week and there were a lot of grunts and ladyfish showing up in bait tanks. They are not the best baits in the world, but are better than nothing I guess. We were able to get Caballito and Mullet at the normal $2 per bait.

FISHING:

BILLFISH: It seemed that the bite on the Pacific side died down for Billfish this week but it stayed pretty good just past the 95 spot and up between the 1150 and the Gorda Banks. Most of this was due to the green water forming a barrier and holding the fish. It was an even mix of Striped and Blue Marlin with most of the Blues being in the 200-250 pound range and the Stripers in the 120 pound class.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: This week was almost a repeat of last week, so here it is. I didnt hear of may large Tuna this week, in fact almost the only action on Yellowfin I heard of was on football and slightly larger fish up at Punta Gorda, caught by using Sardinas, and a pod of Porpoise holding school fish in the 25-35 pound range up to the north of the 1150, between there and the 1,000 fathom line at Punta Gorda. Like I said Sardinas for the footballs, and the school fish were biting dark colored feathers and live bait dropped to 50 feet.
DORADO: Bigger fish have begun showing up, and of course it helps if you can find something floating in the water. I know of two boats that were able to get into some very hot action this week, one at a dead seal and another at a dead turtle. The seal held a large school of fish averaging 20 pounds while the turtle had fish averaging twice that. Other than floating objects, the action was on smaller fish in the 8-15 pound class just offshore in water between mile and 5 miles out, both on the Pacific side and on the Sea of Cortez side.
WAHOO: There were still Wahoo being caught this week and they were spread out. I had one do a rocket on me and just cut the skirt on a lure. Most of the fish were found along the 50-100 fathom area along both coasts, but there were not as many found as there were last week.
INSHORE: Most of the normal inshore fisheries were on hold as the Panga fishermen attacked the Dorado just off of the beach. There were a few Roosterfish reported, but most of the Pangas were getting Dorado, small Yellowfin and Bonito.
NOTES: Keeping busy, again I have to take off as I have a charter. Have fun this week and I hope you get a big one! Tournament season is only a few weeks away and already the big boats are showing back up! Until next week, Tight Lines!



 


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