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Shimano 6 in Black nickle pliers and cutter kit
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About 60% of US Anglers practice catch and release.
Women make up about 33% of fresh water anglers and
about 85% of fresh water anglers begin fishing at 12 years old.


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 7691S Fish Hooks

7691S Fish Hooks
Stainless Steel Game Fishing Hooks replaces Mustad 7691S

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Elec-tra Mate model 430-xp Electric Reel drive

Elec-tra Mate model 430-xp Electric Reel drive
Elec-tra Mate model 430-xp electric drive unit only for Penn 330 gti only fishing reel

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Globe Line Winder GFA-4000 Spinning Reel
Globe Line Winder GFA-4000 Spinning reel 10 bearings front drag system 5:1 ratio 220 yds 12 lb test

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fishing wanted
 Sep 22, 2004; 07:05AM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle Wanted
 Name for Contacts:  Ashley Shope
 City:  Huntingdon
 State:  Pa
 Country:  USA
 Description:  I am looking for old cotton cordell blue stripers in any condition. I would prefer the smaller version. Two versions were made, one was approximately 41/4in. and another closer to 4in. The smaller of the two is preferred in any color pattern.

fishing photo contest
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October 2003 Fishing Photo Contest
$50 worth of free fishing tackle for the photo with the most votes. Contest open to all anglers.
Eric Anderson 18# Salmon
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Eric Anderson, 44
I missed my '02 fishing and hunting seasons in the hopital and near...
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fishing tips and tricks
 Apr 29, 2002; 07:14PM - Lake Cachuma Bass and Trout trolling techniques
 Category:  California Freshwater Lakes
 Author Name:  webmaster
 Author E-mail:  me
Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: My first time fishing Lake Cachuma was this last weekend April 27th 2002 and I will let you in on a secret this is a fine lake with great staff excellent fishing and abundant campsites. I was very impressed with the guys at the marina ( Jim and Allen) for giving us great tips for fishing their lake without holding back any information necessary for a first timer to their lake. Right out of the marina he told me to troll straight thru the center of the lake and we would be sure to get bit and he was right. Less than 10 minutes from the launch ramp right where he suggested we caught the first fish a nice largemouth bass about 3-4 lbs and lost the first hook up as we were surprised to get a strike so soon. This fish jumped clear out of the water and fought like a much larger fish than it actually ended up being.
Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 2: We released the bass and continued anxious to get to the trout which is what we were after. On the way to the next spot Jim and Allen had given us directions to we saw 4 deer on the shore grazing like they owned the place (which I guess they did) We set our sites on the points jetting out along the far side of the lake about 200 feet offshore. Instantly off one of the points both the reels went off as we were trolling rainbow trout colored Yo-zuri Emperor Minnows and L-Jack series lures on 4 and 6 lb test at a fairly slow troll. First fish fell off but I managed to get mine to the boat and into it for supper that evening. We did a turn around and went right back over the same spot and sure enough another missed opportunity. Back we went again with another 2 strikes managing to get one in the boat for a better meal for the 3 of us eating that night. Back and forth again for nothing and we decided to give the opposite bank a try.
Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 3: On the other side of the lake were the serious bass guy's fishing the bow of their sleek boats with the chairs and trolling motor on the bow. We steered clear of them and moved again about 200 feet off the shoreline and continued our trolling pattern slow and parallel to shore. We started noticing the wind more and more as we headed back towards the launch ramp noticing there was only one jacket made it to the boat and it was mine! We again managed to get another rainbow to strike right out of the water it jumped and then a small battle and into the boat it came. We were done now 1 fish each for dinner and one released bass in about 2 hours fishing time. Now it was back to camp to make dinner and get warm. A jacket is a good thing to bring on any lake as the wind always decides to blow in the afternoon. I must tell you that the guy's at the marina tackle shop know their stuff about where the fish are biting and what they are biting on. Without their tips we may have come home empty handed as several others had that day. Good luck if you get a chance to fish Lake Cachuma and be sure to say hello the the great guys at the tackle shop near the launch ramp it may pay off big time for you in the long run.....Fish on! <'))))><

fishing boats and accessories
 Jan 16, 2003; 10:14PM - '99 Donzi 30 ZF Cuddy T-250 Johnsons
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  $62,000.00
 Name for Contacts:  Steve Morris
 Phone:  281-484-3954
 City:  Houston
 State:  TX
 Country:  USA
Click here to enlarge Description 1: Great Boat in great shape and ready to fish! Simrad CE-32 Fishfinder/Chart Plotter/DGPS, Sitex Profish II Fishfinder/Plotter/GPS, Koden Radar, VHF, Pioneer Stereo/CD/MP3, Cannon Downriggers, Porta Potty, Onboard Guest Battery Charger/Conditioner, All Coast Guard Equipment and anchor.

fishing reports
 Nov 3, 2003; 10:56AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:
Report Description: Capt. George Landrum
'Fly Hooker' Sportfishing


WEATHER: Great weather here in Cabo as Fall settles in. Our evening lows are in
the high 60s and the day has highs in the mid 80s to low 90s. Mostly sunny all week
with only a few days of slight overcast. No rain of course! The winds have been mostly
light with an occasional pick up in strength in the early afternoon with wind from the
northwest kicking up to maybe 12 knots.

WATER: The temperature break we have been observing just to the outside of the San
Jaime Banks is spreading the boundary out a bit more and moving in closer to land as
it cools down across the board as well. The water on the Jaime now is mostly in the 82
degree range while water closer in is 85. On the Sea of Cortez side the same thing is
happening with the warmer water closer to land and everything cooling off a bit as well.
That is good for the fishing as those high temperature we had been seeing were not
carrying a lot of fish with them. Surface conditions have been excellent as well, with
just a slight chop and swell on the Pacific in the morning and kicking up to quite a few
whitecaps later on in the day. on the Cortez side the conditions have been just
beautiful with blue, calm water!

BAIT: Almost all the bait this week was Caballito, and if you were late leaving the
Marina you might have had a hard time getting it. The price remains unchanged at the
usual $2 per bait. The Sardinas were very scarce again but a few bait boats had some
early in the week, they sold out quickly at $20 per scoop.


BILLFISH: The action this week almost all seemed to be located on the Pacific side of
the Cape with the concentration of Striped Marlin between the Lighthouse and Golden
Gate Banks. Blue action was happening a lot closer to home with many boat getting
strikes from nice sized fish as close as two miles from the Cape and as far out as the
Jaime Banks. There were boats flying as many as three blue flags this week and I
heard of a couple that released 6 or seven fish in one day. The Blues have been
averaging between #250 and #300 and have been striking on lures in the Dorado color
as well as Petrelero. The Striped Marlin have been a mix of bait and lure fish with the
average weight at #110 and an occasional #160 to #180 being hooked. Boy, at that
size they almost look like small Blue Marlin when they open their mouth behind a lure!

YELLOWFIN TUNA: For those of you checking out my report in the hope of finding a
secret that will assist you in winning the up coming Tuna Tournament, good luck! My
boat is fishing as well and we want to win! Anyway, its great fun and the fish move
around a lot, lets just hope that by this time next week there will have been some big
ones weighed. From the way things are going so far, it does not look like we will be
seeing as many large fish (over #100) coming to the scales as we had last year. We
are seeing some fish that size in the Porpoise pods, mixed in with smaller school fish,
but they have not been biting all that well. The area around the 1150 spot and the area
just to the south side of the Jaime Banks were holding fish this week, but who knows if
they will still be there next week. The larger fish this week were taken on live bait slow
trolled along the leading edge of the Porpoise pods, using feathers and cedar plugs
resulted in smaller fish, at least for most boats. Lets keep our fingers crossed that the
secret weapons we bring (and we all have some!) work on the winning fish this year!
Good luck!

DORADO: The key to getting Dorado this week was finding floating debris. There was
enough of it out there last week that you really had to work hard to find something that
was holding fish, but this week there was not as much around and most of it had at
least one fish associated. The best results on Dorado were had up around and past
the Golden Gate Banks and some boats were able to really limit out with fish to #40.
Closer to home, slow trolling live bait arround 1/2 to 1 mile off the beach on the Pacific
side resulted in a few fish that averaged 15 pounds. Live bait was the key to Dorado
this week.

WAHOO: To use a favorite expression of mine, What Hoo?. There were very few
caught this week and they were incidental catches of fish averaging #35.

INSHORE: There was really not a lot happening inshore this week with the exception
of the Dorado on live bait. I talked with a lot of people who had gone out on Pangas
and who had gotten no fish, and talked to a few Captains who said that they were still
catching the occasional Roosterfish and Jack Crevalle, but that yes, the inshore was

NOTES: This coming week is going to be a barn burner with the Tuna Tournament
having over 200 teams entered. Pre fishing is on Wednesday and the Tournament is
on Thursday and Friday. I think that every Charter boat I know is booked for the game
and most of them have been for a few months. I know that we have a waiting list of
people who want to know if someone drops out and a boat opens up. There are a few
boats available, but they are the ones who are trying to make a killing. One owner of a
#1 and @8 foot boat was asked by a friend of mine if he was available for the
tournament. The guys said yes and when my friend asked him how much he wanted
per day, the owner told him $1,000! Guess he wont be fishing the tournament.
Anyway, I am going to be very busy this week and will try to give a good report on the
fishing action in next weeks report. Until then, Tight Lines (and keep your fingers
crossed for me, huh?)!


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