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 May 5, 2003; 09:53AM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle Wanted
 Name for Contacts:  capt mike parker
 Phone:  434 385 7718
 City:  lynchburg
 State:  va
 Country:  usa
 Description:  either one 80# and two 50#, or three 50# fenwick saltwater trolling rods cream color with brown wrapping

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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
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Click here to enlarge 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.

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 Jun 23, 2003; 04:03PM - Stainless Steel Ballistic Prop
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 Price:  200.
 Name for Contacts:  Barbara
 Phone:  918-342-5158
 City:  Claremore
 State:  OK
 Country:  USA
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 Apr 4, 2011; 12:40PM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
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Captain George Landrum
Cabo Fish Report
March 28-April 3, 2011

WEATHER: Great weather at the start of the week continued on until the weekend arrived. Then we had a few clouds move in, the wind picked up and the temperature dropped several degrees in the night. For most of the week our morning lows were around 69 degrees and the daytime highs in the low 90's. On Saturday the wind picked up and the morning low was 63 degrees and Sunday we had a high of 85 degrees.
WATER: We had calm water on both sides of the Cape early in the week but as the days went on the wind slowly started to pick up and by Friday the wind, from the northwest, had kicked up the swells on the Pacific side and the currents had brought cold water into our region. On Saturday the water on the Pacific was rough and close to shore was only 60 degrees. Water on the Sea of Cortez was choppy and a bit warmer at 70 degrees and up around Los Frailles there appeared an area of warmer water at 76 degrees.
BAIT: Some Caballito and Mackerel at the normal $3 per bait, and if you went past the bait boats supplying Sardinas to the Pangas outside Cabo Real you could get a decent amount of Sardinas for $25 instead of just a hand full. The Dines were decent size also, some of them 4” long.
BILLFISH: Mid week there was a brief showing of Marlin up in the Los Frailles area, a 50 mile trip out of Cabo. Boats were seeing plenty of fish but they were not hungry. A good trip to the are for those few days might have resulted in a couple of hook-ups and a release. Later in the week you could travel 70 miles in one direction and end the day with just one Marlin if you were lucky. It has not been good fishing for Marlin this year, I just hope that things get better when the water warms up and the Blues and Blacks show up, Of course, that will be a few months from now, but my fingers will remain crossed!
YELLOWFIN TUNA: Here one day, gone the next, sort of like the Marlin this week. If you were in the right place at the right time you could catch Tuna, the problem was that there was no way to predict that time or place! Once in a while one of the boats would get into a school of fish ad limit out on Yellowfin ranging in size from 8 to 25 pounds, other time you could go all day without getting a bite. Due south past the 1,000 fathom line and around the Gorda Banks and Punta Gorda were areas where some fish were found, but not in any great numbers or with any consistency.
DORADO: I didn't see any Dorado flags this week.
WAHOO: The red/orange flags I saw this week were for Sierra and Sharks, not wahoo.
INSHORE: Once again the inshore fishing was the way to go this past week. At least there were fish there to be caught! The Sierra bite was good on the Cortez side if you chummed heavily with Sardinas the free-lined a live one behind the boat with a light wire leader to protect from getting cut-off. Limits were easy to get on fish ranging in size from three to six pounds. Yellowtail were the other inshore fish of the week. The little firecrackers (4-8 pounds) were everywhere, almost every rock-pile held them, and in the slightly deeper water you could fish fish that went to 30 pounds.
FISH RECEIPE: For my recipe this week I share my version of fish balls. Unlike last weeks, this one uses fresh fish instead of leftovers, and you need to use sticky sushi rice instead of long grain white rice. Take a fillet of fresh fish with all skin and bloodline removed, cube it into 1” cubes. Cook enough sushi rice to make as many balls as you want. Dampen you hands and form a ball with some rice, press your thumb into it and place a cube of fish in the center, close the opening. Dip the ball in beaten egg, roll in flour and deep fry until golden brown. Remove and set on paper towels to drain oil. Use either homemade or store bought tarter sauce and have a ball! The outside of the ball is crispy, the fish tender and the rice holds it all together. A little soy and wasabi also work as sauce for this.
NOTES: Inshore was once again the way to go, but sometime soon the offshore should start to happen! There are still plenty of whales to be seen, I watched a mother and calf Humpback yesterday as they breached, tail lobbed and had a great time off of Cabo Real. While there I had a chance to watch pro golfer Steve Ames work on the range, wow, what a smooth swing! The Cabo Cultural Center had it's grand opening and it's first concert this week as the “Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlan” played a free 90 minute show. Great music, my wife and friends all bought CD's and got their autographs! Their next show was the next night in Mexico City. This means of course that they are my choice for writing this report, and the CD is titled “Romantico Boleros” . Until next week, tight lines!

Gordo Banks Pangas
San Jose del Cabo

April 3, 2011

Pristine weather conditions in the Los Cabos area has attracted below than
normal spring break vacationers. The tourists that have made the trip were
enjoying plenty of warm sunshine, daytime highs in the low 80s. Winds were
prevalent from the south and anglers reported rough ocean conditions on the
Pacific, while in the direction of San Jose del Cabo seas were much calmer. We
look forward to the coming months which offer some of the most ideal weather
patterns, more significant is the incredible variety of fishing options for

This week the fishing report was pretty much the same as last, ocean currents
ranged from 68 to 71 degrees through most of the region, with warmer spocts
found 10 to 20 miles off of the Gordo Banks to Desteladera. Water was cooler and
murkier closer to shore, cleaner blue water was found ten miles offshore.
Despite finding clearer waters offshore, there was not much action for gamefish
such as striped marlin, dorado, yellowfin tuna or wahoo. Only scattered reports
of striped marlin, fewer dorado or tuna. It is that time of year now, when the
offshore action has just not taken off yet. We anticipate improvement in the
near future, as spring time days are progressively warming. No schooling
baitfish being found offshore now, lack of flying fish, mackerel or bolito, no
food source to attract the larger game at this time.

Sardinas were harder to find, scattered schools near VInorama and from Palmilla
to Chileno, surf conditions also made it more difficult for the netters. These
baitfish were the preferred choice for the inshore fishing and with some
patience.were obtainable daily. At the panga docking area in La Playita they
were selling fresh brined sardinas by the bag for $10, early in the morning,
this was a good option for drift fishing over the shallow rock piles.

For the past few weeks offshore action was not consistently producing much or
anything and anglers found that there was a much better chance at catching fish
closer to shore. Most common species being sierra, scattered along the coastline
from Cabo to San Jose and north, striking on sardinas, hoochies and rapalas.
Other species found close to shore near rocky structure were yellow snapper,
pompano, bonito, cabrilla, dogtooth snapper, barred pargo, yellowtail,
triggerfish and the list goes on. The majority of these fish were in the 3 to 8
pound range, occasionally a larger yellowtail, amberjack or grouper up to 40
pounds. Anglers found success on dead and live bait, as well as working yo-yo
iron off of the deeper rocks. Charters averaged ten to twenty fish in the
overall catch, most all of the species taken being very good eating varieties.

Still quite a few numbers of humpback whales in the area, we expect they will be
migrating north soon. Lots of manta rays were seen jumping, sea lions hanging
out on the fishing grounds, a few hammerhead, thresher and mako sharks making a
presence to add diversity.

The combined panga fleets launching from La Playita/Puerto Los Cabos Marina sent
out approximately 57 charters this past week, with anglers reporting a fish
count of: 2 mako shark, 1 thresher shark, 8 hammerhead shark, 2 dorado, 17
amberjack, 16 pompano, 135 pargo, 25 roosterfish, 20 triggerfish, 28 cabrilla,
56 yellowtail, 14 bonito and 390 sierra.

Good fishing, Eric

Eric Brictson
800 4081199
Los Cabos 1421147

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