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39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line

39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line
26/0 Hi Carbon big game circle fish hook ideal for shark tuna marlin swordfish catfish and huge hali

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Lucky Joes 10827 Black SS big game bait hooks

Lucky Joes 10827 Black SS big game bait hooks
Black stainless steel multi purpose game fishing hooks can be used as stinger hooks also. 25 pack

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39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line

39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line
26/0 Hi Carbon big game circle fish hook ideal for shark tuna marlin swordfish catfish and huge hali

PRICE: $6.99

39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line

39960 DT 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon in line
26/0 Hi Carbon big game circle fish hook ideal for shark tuna marlin swordfish catfish and huge hali

PRICE: $6.99

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 Jul 20, 2003; 03:53PM
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 Name for Contacts:  Steve vonBrandt
 Phone:  302-545-9634
 City:  Wilmington
 State:  Delaware
 Country:  USA
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 Aug 5, 2003; 10:26PM - Albright Knot
 Category:  Knots to use
 Author Name:  Steve vonBrandt/S&K Guide Service
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Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: Albright Knot
The albright knot is most commonly used for joining lines of different diameter, for creating shook leaders and when Bimini Twist is tied in the end of lighter casting line. It is also used to connect monofilament to wire.

1.Create a loop in the tag end of the heavier line, then feed the tag end of the lighter line through it.
2. Bring the tag end up and over the loop to make your first turn.
3. Make a series of turns around all three stands, keeping it as tight as possible.
4. make a minimum of 10 turns, bringing the tag end out of the end of the heavier line's loop.
5. To tighten the knot, pull the standing part of the heavier line. At the same time, slide the turns toward the loop end.
6. When turns are in a neat position, pull both standing parts to make the knot tight. Trim ends.

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 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
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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
 Jul 28, 2003; 12:07PM - 'Fly Hooker' Daily Reports
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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Striped Marlin: One tagged and released (#120)
Sailfish: One tagged and released (95#)
Dorado: Two taken (#60-15)
Yellowfin Tuna: One released (3#)


John White booked the “Fly Hooker” for today and tomorrow and really wants his boys, Mike
and Shawn, to hook up to some nice fish and have a good time. John’s dad Dave is along as well
today. He would really like to get into some Tuna ! Juan and Manuel headed out toward the
south and at a distance of 22 miles out came across a couple of long-line floats with a beacon
attached. Someone had already cut them loose from the longline and had worked them but the
guys were still able to pull fish off the floats. On the first pass with the lures they hooked up and
released a three pound Tuna. There were a lot of Dorado around the floats but the fish scattered
when they came close. Even with that, they were able to hook up three fish, two of them that
they got to the boat. One of them was a nice bull of around 60 pounds, the other one around 15
pounds. Unfortunately that was all the action for the day. Hope there is a bit more activity


The second day of fishing for John, Dave, Mike and Shawn, and on this trip John’s daughter is
along as well. John wants Marlin for the boys so Juan and Manuel stay fairly close to Cabo on
this trip. Early in the day there is a lure strike on the bridge rod and it is handed down to Shawn.
Unfortunately the fish did not stick and was only on for about 10 seconds. A little later a live bait
was tossed to a tailing fish and Mike got to fight a Striped Marlin. That fish was eventually
brought to the boat, tagged and released. Since John’s daughter was not feeling well and they
had caught a Marlin, John decided that it made since to come in a little early. Thanks guys, we
are glad it worked out, but Dave, sorry there were not any big Tuna for you maybe next time!


Today I had Dr. Greg B., from San Diego fishing aboard the “Fly Hooker”. He went on
another boat on Tuesday and didn’t catch anything so decided to change boats and see if that
worked. Also, he decided to change the fishing times! We left the Marina at noon and were back
at 7:15. I tried to call Juan all morning but his phone was turned off (no charge on the battery) so
I managed to find a deckhand (good kid named Augustine) and we took off. Greg had brought
several rods of his own as well as a few lures and we decided to run a blue/white Islander way
back off of the bridge rod. We cruised out for about 5 miles, past a drifting Purse Seiner, then
spotted a group of Porpoise traveling in a very tight pod. We worked them a few times but it
soon was apparent that they held no fish and were very boat shy. Guess that they had been set on
by Purse Seiners recently. A short while later I spotted a Striped Marlin sleeping and pointed it
out to Agustine, who went down and dropped back a live bait. The fish woke and went down.
The Islander lure was about 180 yards back, I had let out all the mono top-shot, and about 30
minutes after passing the Marlin we had a BIG fish explode on the Islander. It took a little line
but did not hook up and when we brought in the lure to check it out, there were three good sized
tooth marks on the top of the lure. Augustine said that was a REALLY big fish, and based on the
size of the hole in the water and the splash it made, I think we had a strike from a big Tuna, too
bad it did not hook up! We continued on our way and it was quite a bit later, maybe an hour and
a half, that we finally hooked up. It was on the Islander again, in the way back position, and at
first I thought it was a big Dorado. After 10 minutes the fish jumped again and this time I thought
it was a Striped Marlin. Only when the fish was close to the boat were we able to tell that we had
hooked a Sailfish. This was a first for Greg, and we got some good pictures with the fish held in
the water alongside the boat. We estimated the Sailfish at 95 pounds, then tagged and released
the beautiful creature. That was almost the last of the action for the trip. We returned to Cabo
trolling just offshore, hoping to hook into some Dorado. We did have one hit, but the fish was so
small it did not even get a click off the reel, and it looked smaller than the lure! As our last gasp,
we tried slow trolling a couple of Mullet just off the Hacienda Del Mar beach, and We had one
mullet chewed, but not by a Rooster, probably by a Snapper. Oh well, at least we got a new fish
for the Doctor!


Aaron Sanders, his wife and young son are fishing with us today and next Wednesday. Aaron
would really like to get a Marlin, so that is what we have our fingers crossed for. He would also
like to be the one to toss the bait and set the hook. Juan and Juan (it is Sunday, Manuel’s day off)
headed out to the 95 spot to start the day and worked their way toward the 1150 area. Nada,
zilch, nothing. A little later they heard over the radio that someone had found a large wooden
cable spool and that there were a lot of Dorado around it, so in came the lines and off they went.
Of course by the time they got there the bite was over and there were twenty boats around.
Apparently the first two boats did well, then it was over. They left the area and when they came
back an hour later there was just one boat left. Juan put a live bait out and they were able to
catch one small Dorado. That was it, all the action for the day, but Aaron has another day to get
into the zone and get a Marlin. We will keep our fingers crossed for him!

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