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Blue Marlin Of Ghana Underwater Fishing Video

Blue Marlin Of Ghana Underwater Fishing Video
Marlin fishing video filmed in Ghana Africa with Gerard Aulong underwater footage unreal!

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About 60% of US Anglers practice catch and release.
Women make up about 33% of fresh water anglers and
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Fishing light Hands free operation

Fishing light Hands free operation
Hands free fishing light led flexible head to position for best results when fishing.


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Blue Marlin Of Ghana Underwater Fishing Video

Blue Marlin Of Ghana Underwater Fishing Video
Marlin fishing video filmed in Ghana Africa with Gerard Aulong underwater footage unreal!


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Replacement Hooks 7732

Replacement Hooks 7732
Replaces Mustad 7732 Southern and Tuna Hooks


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fishing wanted
 Nov 11, 2005; 11:28AM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle Wanted
 Name for Contacts:  bill haege
 Phone:  1-706-647-0153
 E-mail:  brownhornetpop@hotmail.com
 City:  thomaston
 State:  Ga.
 Country:  usa
 Description:  handle assembly for ryobi powerful #4 (DX4).

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January 2004 best fishing photo
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Troy Glasgow 90 lbs Sailfish
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Dr. Joseph Sullivan of Memphis, Tennessee caught this beautiful...
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fishing tips and tricks
 Nov 12, 2004; 09:52AM - ATTRACT FISH (ΜΕΛΑΝΟΥΡΙ-ΣΑΡΓΟ&
 Category:  Fishing tips and tricks
 Author Name:  C.E.GIONIS
 Author E-mail:  GARDENDESIGNER6@HOTMAIL.COM
Tip&Trick Description 1: TO ATTRACT FISH WHILE YOU INTEND TO USE A WHIP WITH RIG FOR SPARIDAES FAMILY YOU CAN USE THE FOLLOWING:
PUT ABOYT 1 KGR (KILO) OF ANY FISH (FRESH OF NOT IT IS THA SAME)IN A BOX WITH HERMETIC LID. LEAVE IT FOR 1 WEEK TO HAVE THEM ROT. OPEN AND ADD SAND ABOUT DOUBLE THE VOLUME OF FISH USED.MIX VERY WELL AND USE A SPOON TO THROW IT SLOWLY SLOWLY EVERY 5 MINUTES IN THE WATERS
(LIITLE AND OFTEN)
START FISHING USING YR WHIP EQUIPPED WITH MOTHER LINE N18, 2 HOOK LINES N15-16 WITH LENGTHS 55-60 CM AND VERY SMALL LEAD AND FLOATER.
USE 2 TREBLE HOOKS N16 FOR EVERY HOOKLINE.
GREAT SUCCESS WITH THIS METHOD IN GREECE.

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 Apr 25, 2002; 09:18AM - 14 ft. dorsett 25 h.p. yamaha
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  $ 1900.00
 Name for Contacts:  Bill Merrell
 Phone:  949 6461214
 City:  costa mesa
 State:  calif.
 Country:  orange
 E-mail:  capt.dog@juno.net
Description 1: 1958 dorsett new paint,windshield,bait tank rodholders bilge pump and running lights..

fishing reports
 Jan 13, 2003; 11:44AM - 'Fly Hooker Daily Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: “FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 6 JANUARY, 2003

Mark Walker, Ron Carfy and Jim Brawthen were our three anglers today on the “Fly Hooker”.
They are in Cabo with three other buddies who fished another boat today. There were a few bets
going about the largest, first and most fish so Juan and Manuel had their work cut out for them.
The main focus was supposed to be for Dorado, but they were not going to turn down a shot at a
Marlin nor any other eating fish. Juan and Manuel headed out on a 150 degree heading and it was
not long at all before the found a Striped Marlin tailing on the surface. The fish was hungry and
attacked the bait. Tagged and released around 20 minutes later it was the first fish of the day and
may have been the biggest also, I am not sure. A little bit later they had another Marlin on and
this one was a blind strike on a lure. Jim had fought the first fish so this one was Ron’s. It did
not take him long on the heavier gear to get the fish to the boat and now they had two Marlin
tagged and released! By 10 am there were three Marlin tagged and released when Marl fought
one that ate a live bait. Really great Marlin fishing but that was not what the guys had come out
to do, they wanted eating fish! Several hours went by with no action and they guys were settled
back and enjoying the day when Manuel’s eagle eyes spotted Porpoise jumping in the distance.
The lures were quickly reeled in and they began the short run to the spot. First boat there!!
Football Yellowfin Tuna were the order of the day, nothing over 20 pounds but lots of action with
multiple hookups all the time. They ended up with 22 Yellowfin before deciding that was enough
action and they needed a few Dorado to take home. A little while later they managed to get the
interest of one Dorado and he had friends with him as he came to the boat. One large fish, in the
45 pound range, was lost and several smaller ones shook loose of the hooks but the first fish that
was hooked up ended up in the fish box. One more strike for the day was another Marlin, this
one on a lure and the second Marlin of the day for Jim! Upon returning to the dock we had a
long wait for the other boat to come in and when they did we found that they had not gotten their
first fish until 2 pm and then they were all Yellowfin Tuna. They did get four of them in the 30-40
pound class but we still had the honors of the first, largest and most fish! An excellent day all
around and everyone caught fish! Thanks guys, we hope you get a chance to fish with us again!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 7 JANUARY, 2003

Doug Firebaugh, his son Brad, daughter Lindsey and her boyfriend Dan were our anglers on
the “Fly Hooker” today. This is their first time to try catching anything larger than a 1/2 pound
bass so Juan and Manuel were told that any fish would be good ones and that they would need a
bit of help on how to fight them. No problemo, Juan is used to coaching first time fishermen!
They left the dock and headed out to the 95 spot to start the day, then worked their way out to
where they found the Tuna yesterday. The bite was not quite as good but there were fish out
there. Dan got the largest fish but Brad helped him out a little bit at the end, and they were able
to release a nice Striped Marlin estimated at 120 pounds. Another one was fought up to the boat
but managed to escape just before Juan could touch the leader to make it a confirmed catch.
During the day they were also able to come up with 5 Dorado while looking for the Tuna. They
finally found the Tuna a little late in the trip and were able to get 4 of them to bite. All in all a
very nice day on the water with enough action to keep everyone busy and happy! Thanks guys,
and congratulations on upping the mark for your largest fish!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR JANUARY 8, 2003

Lonny Hanson and his friend Dr. Wayne were our anglers today and they have fished quite a
bit. Enough so that they don’t have much interest in catching anything other than Marlin so today
was a “Marlin Only” trip. Juan and Manuel decided to work the area from the 95 spot to just
outside the lighthouse and they were able to get an early start. That was a good thing because the
first fish they found was before the sun had come up! Manuel spotted the dorsal fin breaking the
surface of the water as they cruised out and Juan ran down, pinned on a bait and tossed it in front
of the fish. The fish was hungry and grabbed the bait and after a few seconds Juan set the hook.
The fish ran for about 10 seconds before coming off! Oh well, it was a nice start to the day.
Unfortunately that was the only action they had all day. They did spot a total of six more Marlin
during the trip and were able to get in position to toss bait to four of them, but they all had
lock-jaw and would not bite. The water conditions were great and there were fish around but
that’s the way it goes sometimes. With that many fish out there Lonny and Wayne decided to
give it one more day and booked the boat for this Friday, the 10th. We will keep our fingers
crossed and let you know how things go then!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR JANUARY 9, 2003

Mark, Ron and Jim, who fished the 6th, decided that they had enough time today to do a half
day trip. Their flight leaves the airport at 4 pm so they have to be back by noon. Two of the guys
who went on the other boat on the 6th are going along with them today. They went fishing on the
7th and caught Dorado and fished yesterday and got skunked so they are hoping that the luck they
had with us on the sixth will be repeated. A short trip, but they did catch fish with one Striped
Marlin and one Dorado. The Marlin was dead when it came to the boat so the guys cut up the
fish to take home. Manuel returned to the dock at 12:30 and the guys had just enough time to get
to their Hotel and check out before catching a taxi to the airport! They had a great time this
vacation and they all asked for business cards and said they would refer friends to us! Thanks
guys, we hope you have a safe trip home!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR JANUARY 10, 2003

Lonny Hanson and Dr. Wayne decided to try it one more day and see if their luck on the Marlin
would improve. Juan and Manuel headed out to the Golden Gate, San Jaime Banks area on the
Pacific side. They cruised out for an hour and then began trolling as the water became a bit to
rough for cruising. Arriving in the area around 10 am they caught 2 Dorado and had one Marlin
strike in an hour and a half. Juan heard on the radio that there was better action closer in and they
trolled back towards the shore but did not see any other fish.



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR JANUARY 11, 2003

Today we had four guys (part of a bachelor party) on our boat and the other 8 guys spread
amongst two others. We did not set up the trip so I am not sure of the names but they managed
to get two Dorado and lost one Marlin (almost a repeat of yesterday’s trip). Juan and Manuel
fished towards the San Jaime in the morning and found the Marlin later in the trip outside the
Chileno Beach area on the Sea of Cortez. Smooth water kept any of the hangover guys from
getting sick, plus drinking two cases of beer helped them out as well.



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR JANUARY 12, 2003

Today was Sunday, Manuels day off and I had a chance to go along on todays trip with our
client Russ Colby. Russ is here for a week and would really like to catch a Marlin. He fished
yesterday and got two Dorado so today we wanted to at least get him something different and
have fun, with our fingers crossed for a Marlin. Juan and I took the boat 17 miles out at 150
degrees before we saw any action. There were Porpoise working hard and a couple of birds so
we know there were Yellowfin Tuna in the area. On our first pass we got slammed on the short
rigger by a bull Dorado that would have weighed at least 30 pounds. Russ fought the fish close to
the boat and then the hook pulled loose! Oh well, we made another try. This time we had a hit
on the one small feather I had put out and got a Yellowfin that weighed about 8 pounds. Not
much of a fight on the big gear but at least we had a fish in the box! I changed three of the lures
to feathers and we made another pass, perhaps there were some bigger fish mixed in there! All
three lines got hit and as Russ worked the fish in I brought out the spinning rod and cast out a
slab, hoping for a larger fish deep in the water. No luck for me and when Russ had the fish in the
boat I handed him the spinning rod with the slab. The next pass resulted in a single hookup on
one of the feathers and as Russ reeled it in I changed the slab for a cedar plug. Next pass the
cedar plug gets slammed and Russ fights an estimated 10 pound Tuna to the boat. One more time
and again the cedar plug gets slammed. This is a bigger fish and it takes Russ almost 15 minutes
to get the fish to the boat! Nice Tuna, around 12-15 pounds and a mean fighting machine! Russ
loved fighting these fish on the light gear but it was time to continue the Marlin search. The rest
of the trip was a nice boat ride, no other fish were seen by us. A good day on the water with a
couple of hours of action sure beats sitting at the beach! Thanks Russ, we look forward to seeing
you here this fall with your son!
Until next week, Tight Lines from George, Mary, Juan and Manuel, the “Fly Hooker” Crew

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