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5 pc set 8 segment glide baits

5 pc set 8 segment glide baits
5 pack of 8 segmented glide baits life like swimming action with built in rattle 3D eyes Great color

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Fish Facts Vote which one you feel is true.
Goldfish can't close their eyes without eyelids. ? 
1 Puffer Fish has enough poison to kill 30 people ? 
A koi fish named 'Hanako' lived for 225 years. ? 
Fish can drown in water. ? 
Fish can see 70 times further in air than in water ? 
Fish in polluted lakes lose their sense of smell. ? 
Many fish can change sex during their lifespan. ? 
The goliath tigerfish can eat small crocodiles. ? 
There is a Jellyfish that could be immortal. ? 
There's a shark in Greenland that eats polar bears ? 
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Around 10% of the world's total fish species can be found just within the Great Barrier Reef.
When Anglerfish mate, they melt into each other and share their bodies forever.
Not all fishes lay eggs.
Fishes like split fins, surf-perches, and some sharks instead carry and give birth to live young. Scientists have also discovered that the embryos of some of these fishes actually consume each other in the womb. How’s that for creepy fish facts?
The Sea Anemone looks like a flower, but it’s actually a carnivorous animal that eats small fish and shrimp.
Fishes hear with both their ears and their skeletons, sensing the vibrations of sound in the water.
Scientists even suspect that sharks can clearly hear sounds from over 3 km away.
In three decades, the world's oceans will contain more discarded plastic than fish when measured by weight, researchers say.
As of 2020, there were 34,000 known fish species around world. That’s more than the number of species in all other vertebrates: birds, reptiles, mammals, and amphibians combined.
Just how man species of fish are there?
As of 2020, there were 34,000 known fish species around world. That’s more than the number of species in all other vertebrates: birds, reptiles, mammals, and amphibians combined.
Even Catfish are finicky
Taste Buds ? Catfish have a more refined sense of flavor than humans. Our 10,000 taste buds may seem like a lot, but catfish can have as many as 175,000. This helps them find the exact location of their next meal.
Fish have built in radar?
Built-in Radar Many species of fish have a powerful sense organ called the lateral line running across their body. It can detect motion in the water, allowing them to hunt prey, avoid predators, and navigate in the dark.

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Bait Catching Sabiki Rigs from Lucky Joes

Bait Catching Sabiki Rigs from Lucky Joes
Bait Catching Rigs for catching mackerel sardine smelt 30lb main 20 branch asst hook sizes

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39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset

39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset
Lucky Joes Hi Carbon Steel duratin coated inline non offset 39960D 26/0 Big Game Circle hooks

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Panfish Jointed style hard bait

Panfish Jointed style hard bait
3 3/4 inch 3/4 ounce (20 gram) Panfish style 2 segment jointed hard bait casting or trolling

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 Feb 22, 2018; 03:57AM
 Category:  Guide Services
 Name for Contacts:  Costa Rica Fads
 Phone:  1-800-388-9957
 City:  Quepos
 State:  Puntarenas
 Country:  Costa Rica
 Description:  Costa Rica Fads is one of the top
charters for offshore & FAD fishing
in Quepos, Costa Rica. Costa Rica
FAD Fishing offers some of the best
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fishing photo contest
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Nov 2002 Best Photo
$50 worth of fishing equipment for the photo with the most votes by November 30 th, 2002
Debbie Dardeen38 lbsStriped Bass
Debbie Dardeen38 lbsStriped Bass
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Debbie Dardeen, 34
Story: Chunking bunker produced this nice size stripper on a cold ...
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fishing tips and tricks
 Mar 5, 2009; 05:22PM - Meat Stock Cube Chemical Lure
 Category:  Fishing tips and tricks
 Author Name:  Mike Cobb
Meat Stock Cube Chemical Lure Tip&Trick Description 1: MEAT STOCK CUBE CHEMICAL LURE
This started off by being an applied science project in school linked to fishing for predatory species. I am happy for anyone to try it out. It takes some preparation but is worth the experiment. You can use it for river, lake or sea fishing from a bank, beach, pier or boat. Use the strongest line you have for dragging. Have a camera to get evidence of your catch.

First get your meat stock cubes – the red varieties are the best imitation of the fluids that leak from wounded prey. They are much cheaper if bought in the large boxes and cost even less if you can get them put on someone else’s shopping list.

You also need a pair of tights or stockings so ask nicely – particularly if someone is wearing them at the time!

Cut the tights/stockings up into 10cm (4in) squares and put them onto a flat surface.

Take the foil wrapping off of each stock cube being careful not to crumble it and place one centrally onto each square of the tights/stockings.

Tie the four corners of the material together into a firm knot – a test of your dexterity – you may need to use bigger squares at first and trim them up afterwards.

Then tie a length of line inside the knot of each lure bag leaving plenty of spare to attach to the eye on your lure. Store your bags in a waterproof and crushproof container.

When you are ready to fish attach a bag to the eye of your lure making sure that you tie the knot so that a used bag can be easily removed from the eye but cannot slip off during movement underwater. A pair of fine scissors will useful to do the cutting during bag changing. Dispose of used bags and line responsibly please – not into the water or onto the site.

Keep safe – wear a lifejacket if you are fishing on or by deep water. Keep yourself warm and waterproof. Do not fish on your own – it is safer with others. Let someone know where you are going and have a means of contacting him or her.

fishing boats and accessories
 Dec 9, 2007; 09:35PM - Custom Fit Boat Cover
 Category:  [other]
 Price:  Varies
 Name for Contacts:  Elite Outdoors
 State:  MO
 Country:  USA
Custom Fit Boat Cover 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.

Westland has over 16,000 Exact Fit Custom Cover patterns for over 200 different boat manufacturers. You will have your choice of 3 fabrics and over 30 colors.

To check to see if we have a custom cover pattern for your boat please Email Us your year - make - model - any accessories like towers, swim platforms, bow rails, radar archs, etc.

Custom Fit Boat Cover Description 2: Sharkskin color chart...also, available in Sunbrella

fishing reports
 Nov 25, 2002; 12:16PM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum

CAPT. GEORGE LANDRUM �FLY HOOKER� SPORTFISHING CABO SAN LUCAS FISH REPORT NOVEMBER 18-24, 2002 WEATHER: This week the weather cooled a bit, seems as if we are approaching an autumn kind of situation. Our nighttime lows have been in the low 60�s while our daytime highs have reached the mid 90�s with a bit of humidity at times. The skies have been partly cloudy for the most part and we have had no rain this past week. The weathermen say that we can expect some thundershowers this coming week, but I�ll believe it when I hear/see it! (Theme For A Rainy Day) WATER: Surface conditions have been very good on both the Sea of Cortez and the pacific side this week. Weak winds from the northwest have ensured good conditions all week long and the most difficult situations we have had to deal with have been the tide changes concurrent with the full moon. Water temps have been the same as last week with the exception that the cool band of water coming down from the northern Sea of Cortez has gotten closer. Everything else has stayed about the same. There have been distinct temperature breaks to the west of both the San Jaime and the Golden Gate banks, and the breaks have been pretty severe, but the distances have been too far for most of the fleet boats here in Cabo. We are looking at 50-70 miles out and a temp change of 5 degrees in a mile distance. (Take You There) BAIT: Most of the bait we found this week has been small Mackerel, the 8-10 inch size. There have been some Caballito and both species have been the usual $2 per bait. With a bit of bargaining you can get 12 for $20. There are still some Sardines at the usual $20-25 per small scoop. (Jamaican Winds) FISHING: BILLFISH: This week has been a bit strange for Billfish. We have been seeing a lot of Sailfish caught early in the morning along with a few Striped Marlin being hooked up. Normally the abundance of Sailfish corresponds with a very strong Dorado bite, but this week it seems that the Sails have stood ground on their own. Most of these fish have been found close to shore in the same areas that the Dorado frequent, and most of them have been caught on live bait. That average size has been 70 pounds, no minnow for sure but just a little shy of the 120 pound Striped Marlin people are looking for. These fish (the Striped Marlin) have been caught in the same areas but are also being found on the 95 spot and in areas further to the south. There have been a few late season Blue Marlin hooked up, but not many of them have been landed. Best baits for the Sailfish have been the small live Mackerel, best for the Striped Marlin have been the same baits plus any Caballito. The Blue marlin have been fooled by artificial lures this week, and mostly by ones in darker colors. (Mobimientos Del Alma) YELLOWFIN TUNA: This full moon seems to be a bit different. Usually we see an up-swing in the Yellowfin Tuna during the full moon but this week there actually seemed to be a drop. The fish that were found were footballs and they all were associated with either Porpoise or floating debris. Most of the favorite spots were in the current lines at either 12 miles or 25 miles to the south. These fish were still fun to catch and there were plenty of them around if you were in the right spot at the right time. 6� cedar plugs were a hands down favorite, followed by 6� feathers in Guacamaya or Petrolero. (She Never Said Why) DORADO: Thank goodness for most of the boats that there were Dorado around this week. If not for these great fish, many of the boats would not be flying any flags at all. The Dorado were running from 15 to 25 pounds on the average and most of them were found by trolling artificial then switching to live bait once the schools were located. Our fish this week seemed to show a preference for the Pacific side of the Cape, and most of them were only a short distance from the shore. (Kissin� On The Beach) WAHOO: There were a few nice fish caught this week and I suspect it had a lot to do with the full moon. They averaged 35 pounds and some of them were caught on live bait while deep dropping live Mackerel for the Striped Marlin. I heard stories aplenty from anglers about the number of baits they brought up that had either been cut in half or stolen altogether. (Trailer hook hidden in the tail!?) (Every Moment With You) INSHORE: The inshore fishing this week was almost a mirror of last weeks escapades. Most of the small boat fleet was focused on slow trolling live Caballito or Mackerel in the hope of finding a Dorado or a Striped Marlin. There were reports of small Yellowtail and Roosterfish, but I did find out that the bite for those small gear tackle busters, the �Skipjack�, was wide open. (Midnight In San Juan) NOTES: Those of you with whom we have tagged and released fish using the �Billfish Foundation� tags during the past 3 months, you need to be aware that things have changed just a bit. When last we ordered the tags (two months ago) there was supposed to be the option of having a release certificate mailed to you stating the date, location, angler, boat, species, estimated size and fighting time. This certificate was supposed to be at no charge to you as the angler. Well, the �Billfish Foundation� is a non-profit organization dependent solely on donations from anglers in order to keep its self afloat. It�s purpose has been to educate anglers about species sustainability, and the collection of more accurate fish data to better understand the reproduction and growth cycles of the Billfish. According to the foundation, there has been a lack of financial support, they claim it is due to the economic situation in the U.S., and due to the climbing expenses they have been forced to begin charging for the release certificates. As a non-member there is a charge of $20 per certificate but if you decide to become a 1 year member at the special introduction rate of $25, all certificates are free. If you are confused, just go to their website and check them out. They said there were too many charter boats and organizations to be able to notify everyone in advance. Guess that is why I had to find out by my clients e-mailing me to ask why they were getting a charge for certificates. Sigh, I guess it�s not just a Mexican thing after all! This weeks report was written to the sounds of Earl Klugh and his guitar on the 1991 Warner Brothers CD release �Midnight in San Juan�