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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.

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Lucky Joes 10827 Black SS big game bait hooks

Lucky Joes 10827 Black SS big game bait hooks
Heavy duty black stainless steel bait hook or can be used as stinger or on casting lures with equal


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7691S Fish Hooks

7691S Fish Hooks
Lucky Joes 7691S Stainless Steel Game Fishing Hooks Marlin Tun a Dorado Wahoo


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 State:  California
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fishing tips and tricks
 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.

fishing boats and accessories
 Oct 2, 2003; 01:20AM - 1989 Four Winns striper boat
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  8,000
 Name for Contacts:  Bill Conner
 Phone:  270-343-4829
 City:  Jamestown
 State:  Kentucky
 Country:  U.S.
 E-mail:  boatbarn@duo-county.com
Description 1: This craft has a 175 Johnson fuel injected motor with power tilt and trim and only 175 hours on it,oil injected,85 Gal. fuel tank,Custom 2 wheel trailer,Bimini top,Detachable plastic cabin,4 blade ss prop,Bait well,Fish finder,Stereo,3 Batteries,and more!!!

fishing reports
 Sep 27, 2004; 10:40AM - Cabo Bite 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 SAN LUCAS FISH REPORT SEPTEMBER 20-26, 2004

WEATHER: The weather this week was just awesome, that about the best way to put it. Our humidity was down, our high temperatures were in the low to mid 90’s, nights were in the high 70’s and there was just enough of a breeze that things stayed cool. At least it was cool if you were not hunkered down in the engine room wrenching on stuff! I saw a lot of that this week as boats were getting ready for the tournaments coming up. We had partly cloudy skies early in the week and that helped things a lot also.

WATER: In an unexpected change of conditions, the water on the Sea of Cortez side of the Cape was actually cooler by a few degrees than the Pacific side at the end of this week. Between Cabo and San Jose we were seeing water temps in the 83 degree range and on the Pacific side around the San Jaime and the Golden Gate Banks there was mostly 85-88 degrees. There was a small temperature break to the south of the cape around 20 miles that seemed to have some fish concentrated but otherwise things were really spread out. The surface conditions were great this week with just a slight swell and very little wind.

BAIT: No change in bait availability this week, the normal summer Caballito at $2 per bait and some Mullet as well.

FISHING:

BILLFISH: Marlin and Sailfish cooperated this week as conditions continue to improve. There were plenty of Sailfish to be found and often small packs of them would attack the spread. Striped Marlin showed themselves as well and live bait seemed to be the key for them. Blue Marlin appeared in the spread on almost every trip this week but bites were a little more difficult to come by. The Sailfish action was almost all on the Pacific side with most of the action around the temperature break to the south of the lighthouse and also close to shore up inside the Golden Gate area. Blue Marlin were almost everywhere but not in any concentration, they were found from the Gorda Banks to the Golden Gate Banks and well offshore as well as in close.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: It was a good week for Yellowfin Tuna and it was a bit of a toss-up as to which fish would take my fish of the week award, the Yellowfin or the Dorado. I saw Tuna flags on almost every boat that returned to the Marina this week and some of the fish were beauties! Many boats were able to get into triple digit fish if they were the first to the Porpoise and some of them got multiple hook-ups. These fish were found offshore as well as just a few miles off of the lighthouse near the ledge drop-off. Fish in the #18-#35 range were more common though and they could be found near the temperature break 20 miles south. Football size Yellowfin to #10-#12 could be found nearer shore, sometimes as close as a half mile, and almost all of them were on the Pacific side.

DORADO: The inshore fish this week ran between #10 and #25 on the Pacific side and the key was to watch the Frigate birds at the beginning of the week and work the Turtles at the end of the week. Off shore the fish were larger and fish in the #50-#60 were not uncommon. Of course, for multiple hook-ups live bait dropped behind a fish hooked on a lure often resulted in great action. The offshore fish were scattered but almost all of them came from the Pacific side.

WAHOO: There were a lot more Wahoo caught this week than last week and about 50% of the boats at least had a Wahoo strike. The areas near drop offs seemed to show a bit more promise as the fish came in, and that was making it worth putting in a bit of effort at the edges of the Banks and ledges. Most of the fish were between #20 and #50 with a few larger ones in the #80 range being boated by a few lucky anglers.

INSHORE: Skipjack, Yellowfin, Dorado and Sailfish provided action for the Panga fishermen this week. There were not very many Roosterfish caught, but the ones that were found were really nice sized, going to #50 on the high end and #30 on the low. Bottom fishing improved as well with a good variety of Snapper and Grouper being caught on large live baits as well as cut bait.

NOTES: The fishing continues to improve as does my golf game (hahaha, a joke, come on, I shot a 153 last week, and no, that was not for 36 holes!). At least the fishing is getting better and we are looking forward to the Blue Marlin bite turning on. We know the water is just right as there are a large number of Turtles to be found on the Pacific side, and every year I have been here that has been a good indicator of a great Marlin bite about to happen. Keep checking and I’ll try and let you know how it is going. Until next week, tight lines!
 


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