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Goldfish can't close their eyes without eyelids. ? 
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 Jul 9, 2020; 08:42PM
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 Jul 30, 2001; 10:43PM - Trolling for albacore with rapala style lures.
 Category:  Fishing tips and tricks
 Author Name:  Matt
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Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: I just returned from a fishing trip on the Fin Fever out of Newport Beach, California and was I impressed with what they used to catch the tunas! We used Yozuri Hydromagnums in the to troll for the albacore tunas. I am telling you these were the hottest lures I have seen in a long time! They removed the front treble hook from the lures to make removal of the lure easier and faster from the fish. After multiple double and triple hookups I am convinced these are the hottest lures around! I asked to take a photo of the lures so I could get some and thanks to the crew and their hot tricks we caught our limit (all we wanted till we were tired of pulling on the fish!) Great trip with a great group of guys!! Hope this photo helps.......Matt

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 Sep 23, 2002; 10:31AM - Cabo Fishing Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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Report Description: Capt George Landrum
Fly Hooker Sportfishing


WEATHER: Oh my goodness, we had rain this week! And it was a good rain, just the kind we
needed. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday we had rain in the morning for a few hours,
a good rain, not a downpour or a drizzle. This is the kind of rain that soaks in and now the air is
clear of dust, the plants are washed off and everything is starting to leaf out and bloom! All this
was the result in a recurve of the system that passed to the south last week. On Friday we had the
temperature drop to 70 degrees at night and the daytime high was 85, low humidity and a light
breeze. Ah, wonderful! Clear skies on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, it just doesn’t get any better
than this! (Gravity Storm)

WATER: Rough water at the beginning of the week due to the recurve of the system that passed
south last week. This is also the weather that brought the rain. The east wind and the swells it
kicked up resulted in the Port Captain closing the port Monday morning, but a few boats made it
out earlier. At the end of the week things had calmed down a lot and the water was very nice.
Monday the wind was out of the East and as the week progressed the wind had shifted clockwise
so that on Saturday it was back to the normal Northwest direction. Green water inshore out to
about a mile in most areas, past that it was blue. Our band of warm water shifted a bit as the
changing wind and current moved it around. At the end of the week we have a spot of cooler
water in the 80 degree range sitting on top of the Gorda Banks. Between there and the Cape we
have 84 to 86 degree water, out at the San Jaime we have 80-82 degrees and up at the Golden
Gate we are marking 84-85 degrees. (Mermaid In The Night)

BAIT: Late arrivals to the bait boats were finding it a bit of a struggle to get good baits early this
week as the rough water and east-southeast winds kept the bait boats efforts and successes down.
Later on it was the same situation but due more to the full moon. No problem if you were early
though. Normal price of $2 per bait and most of it was Caballito, few if any Mackerel. (The
Pascagoula Run)


BILLFISH: The Striped Marlin and Blue Marlin bite slowed down this week as we approached
the full moon. There were still a few fish being caught, and there was one #632 Blue reported.
The 95 and 1150 spots both provided action while the rough waters limited the number of boats
that fished the Pacific area early in the week. Edges of the 83-82 degree break were productive
and the bite was evenly mixed between live bait and lures. (Strange Bird)

YELLOWFIN TUNA: Thank goodness the Tuna are still out there! Some nice fish were taken
this week, some of them in the #150+ range, a lot of schoolies in the #40-#50 class and quite a
few smaller footballs. The larger fish and the schoolies were with Porpoise and the footballs were
both with porpoise and in the open. Hooking up on lures then tossing out live bait as the hooked
fish were being fought provided a lot of action, but most boats were satisfied to use lures, and the
best ones seemed to be the ever popular cedar plugs. The fish ranged from 8 to 28 miles out,
both to the south and south-east. (Why The Things We Do)

DORADO: Mostly scattered fish this week with the concentration being closer to shore.
Average size is down a bit, most of the fish being schoolies in the 8-12 pound class. Further
offshore there are larger fish, but they are spread out. Small feathers in bright colors to get the
first fish, then live baits to hook the larger fish following the first one in. Mostly on the Sea of
Cortez side out to 5 miles for the groups of smaller fish. (Boomerang Love)

WAHOO: Once again, what Hoo? (Take Another Road)
INSHORE: The large swells and heavy winds early in the week pretty much shut down the
inshore fishing but as the week progressed the Pangas were working out to 5 miles for Dorado,
football Tuna, Skipjack and Bonita. At the end of the week the inshore water was still green but
there were a few Roosterfish being caught. (Off To See The Lizard)

NOTES: Wow, I guess I really caused an uproar with my note section last week about the
licenses! Almost overloaded my in-box with questions. I did not mean to cause any panic folks!
Just telling you what’s happening from someone who lives here! Now, I don’t know if all the
uproar had anything to do with it or not, but as of two days ago we have been allowed to buy
blank licenses for anglers arriving after hours and fishing the next day, or licenses needed for
anglers fishing the weekends, when the office is closed. You still need the license but now we can
once again take care of it for you. So remember, if you are booking a boat where it says the
licenses are included, they are charging you for them, so make sure you receive it and keep it with
you on the trip! If the license is not included, ask the booking agent, owner or Captain to arrange
it so you have them in the morning. A one day license is $103 pesos as of 9-19-02. This weeks
sounds are Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band on the 1989 MCA release “Off To See The
Lizard”. Yes Chris, I know this is Cabo and I should have rock and roll, get over it!

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