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fishing wanted
 Sep 14, 2008; 01:01PM
 Category:  Guide Services
 Name for Contacts:  Robert Hudson
 Phone:  760-209-3260
 E-mail:  sierraflyguide@yahoo.com
 City:  June Lake
 State:  California
 Country:  USA
 Description:  I am the owner of Sierra Fly Guide in June Lake, Ca. and would like to add a link to my web site, www.sierraflyguide.net or an ad for it. Maybe you could add a catagory for guides or fly fishing? Contact me and let me now what you need.

Thanks
Robert

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fishing tips and tricks
 Jan 15, 2003; 09:20PM - Zombie Rig
 Category:  Rigging techniques
 Author Name:  Wes Partain
 Author E-mail:  wes.partain@alltel.com
Tip&Trick Description 1: I primarily use this rig for King Mackeral fishing on the East coast. The rig is very simple. When using a ribbon fish deep try attaching a single bait hook roughly 8-10 inches above the ribbon fish. This technique will provide more action to the dead ribbon fish and will also appear to the King Mackeral that the ribbon is attempting to feed on the live bait. All avid King Mackeral anglers know that a large king is more acceptable during a feed. I hope that this rig will help add an edge to everyone who fishes live bait for King Mackeral. The rig should be tied as described below:

30 - 50lb barrel swivel to haywire twist, 4 inch #6 leader wire, haywire twist to single bait hook (sz. preference), haywire twist 8 inch #6 wire, Hookup jig head 3/16, haywire twist to 3 or 4 hook stinger setup. No picture is provided due to the length of the rig. The small wire and hooks are not noticable when whole rig is in frame.


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 Nov 4, 2003; 02:43AM - 1989 century fury 17 foot
 Category:  Boats
 Price:  2400.00
 Name for Contacts:  bill turpak
 Phone:  706-860-8457
 City:  grovetown
 State:  georgia
 Country:  united states
 E-mail:  wturpak1@charter.net
Description 1: 1989 century fury 17 ft
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fishing reports
 Feb 23, 2004; 11:07AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: Capt George Landrum
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CABO SAN LUCAS FISH REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 15-21, 2003-04



WEATHER: The spring winds arrived on Wednesday, heralding the arrival of a overcast that
did not end up reaching us until Sunday. We were hoping that they would pass us by but they
finally caught up to us. It started to blow around 11 in the morning, and blew at a good 20 knots.
A steady wind until after sunset, then a light breeze. No clouds were over us this week so at least
it was sunny, but the hottest we saw it get was around 80 degrees. Our coldest night was down
in the mid 50’s, cold but still comfortable. It’s just that with the wind blowing at sunset you have
to have a windbreaker or light sweater in order to not get chilled (at least I do, but then I haven’t
been living where it’s below freezing all day!). When we woke up Sunday morning it was mostly
cloudy and not a breath of wind to be felt.

WATER: Before the wind started to blow in the middle of the week the surface conditions
were great, very light chop and small swells. We had a band of cool water just off the shore on
the Pacific side and during the week the warm water moved in. Now the California current has
kicked in again (we had a 2.5 knot south current on Friday) and we are getting the cool water
next to the beach again. On the Sea of Cortez side this cool water has extended up to the Gorda
Banks. Cool water as in 68 degrees. The warm water is now to the south of us and we have seen
some in the 74 degree range but most has been around 72 degrees. At least it’s near to us, just as
close as 5 miles at times, fluctuating between there and 12 miles south. With the spring winds
kicking in, it’s a good thing that this warmer water is close, you don’t have to get beat up for very
long on the way back in!

BAIT: Caballito at the usual $2 per bait and some Sardinas available if you go up the coast
towards San Jose to find the net boats..

FISHING

BILLFISH: One week fish, next week scales! The Striped Marlin bite had been picking up the
week before but seemed to stabalize, then drop off judging from the number of blue flags being
flown by the returning boats. Early in the week the fish were fairly close, out around 5 to 15
miles. There were not a lot of them, but most boats were seeing 3 or 4 every trip and getting at
least one of them to bite. Live bait was the key and they were being picky, wanting smaller baits.
At the end of the week the fish had almost disappeared, and there were very few flags being
flown. Perhaps the current and water conditions had a lot to do with it, it is hard to see tailing
fish when there is chop everywhere you look!

YELLOWFIN TUNA: This week the Yellowfin stayed in first place as fish of the week. In
almost a repeat of last week report on the Tuna, there was a good bite on the San Jaime Banks
and on the temperature break between the San Jaime and the Golden Gate. A couple of boats
came in with fish in the #150-#200 range. They were the lucky ones! The “average” large
Yellowfin were 40-60 pounds with a lot of football 10-15 pounders in there. Big fish on big lures
and live bait, smaller fish on hootchies and feathers. The nice thing was that the fish have moved
closer to Cabo, again, this may be due to the current change. A good concentration of fish have
been found to the south of the Cape within easy cruising distance. Pods of Porpoise have shown
where the fish are for the first boats out there, and the concentration of boats have shown the late
comers! We sure were glad there were fish close to home, because when the wind started to kick
up you didn’t want to be facing a 20 mile ride back in the slop.

DORADO: That strong California current brought with it some kelp, broken loose from it’s roots
up in the north. There were small stringers, full plants and occasional small paddies found on the
Pacific side of the Cape, all close in, less than 5 miles off shore. Well, Dorado like to hang around
floating objects, and those boats that found the right kelp did well on Dorado to 25 pounds,
sometimes able to get as many as a dozen fish off of one spot. Of course, most of the kelp found
did not have any fish under it, but if you wanted Dorado this week, that is what you looked for.
There were a few larger fish caught in the open water, fish that went as large as 50 pounds, but
they were few and far between. The bigger fish were mostly caught on lures pulled for Marlin,
and the best method for getting the paddy fish was to use strips of bait.

WAHOO: There were a few good fish caught but not as many as we expected. That may have
been due to the rough conditions off on the Pacific side at the Golden Gate and San Jaime Banks.
Those that were reported were found off of the lighthouse on the Pacific side between there and
Cristobal by boats looking for the kelp and Dorado, as well as a few from the Cortez side around
Punta Ballena. The fish ranged from 15 to 40 pounds.

IN SHORE: The Sierra seemed to have all but disappeared from the Pacific side of the Cape,
but there are reports of good action on the larger sizes, from 8 pounds up, up around the Punta
Gordo on the Cortez. While the Sierra have gone somewhere else, the Red Snapper, or Pargo
bite, really took off for the Pangas who were in the right spot. The best catch I saw for one trip
was one Sierra that weighed about 6 pounds and 8 Pargo ranging between 15 and 30 pounds.
Action on the Pacific side was pretty much limited to very early morning, before the wind kicked
in.

NOTES: Lots and lots of whales this week. Humpbacks and Gray’s all over the place. Marlin
bite dropped off, Tuna bite picked up, water conditions sketchy at the end of the week. A tip for
those wanting to fish here, decide what you want to fish for, then stick with it! A lot of people
come here wanting to catch a Marlin and say to the crews, “All we want is Marlin”. Then after
two or three hours with little action they tell the crew that ”Now we want to go for Tuna”. The
problem here is that there is often a large distance between the areas where the two species are
being caught and after spending almost half the day trying for one species there is not time to go
for something else. My suggestion is either stick with what you are looking for or else let the
crew decide where to go, one of my favorite things to do is tell the crew “I just want to catch
fish”, and Marlin is all right if we come across one. An apology for those of you who tried to get
to Brian Flynn’s web site last week, the correct address is http:brianflynband.com , no www. in
front of it, use a search engine! This week I had a chance to listen and talk with the musicians of
the band “KD and the Buzz” as they played at the “Tanga-Tanga” bar on Tuesday. Great blues
and rock! Kevin Daniels plays the rhythm guitar, sax and vocals, Gill Mendoza is lead guitar,
Antonio Toledo is on Drums, Fabian Mendez is the bass player and Dave “Doc” Larsen played
the harmonica. Most of these guys have been here a long time and their names may be familiar to
long time visitors. Most of them used to play under the group name “Dos Juevos” It was their
music I played in my head as I wrote this report, specially Kevin’s rendition of Joe Cockers
“Unchain My Heart”. Thanks for the music guys, I look forward to next week. For those of you
who just care about the fishing, good luck and tight lines!
 


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