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The toxin in puffer fish is 1200 times deadlier than cyanide.
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 Jan 22, 2010; 11:08AM
 Category:  Canada Fishing Trips
 Name for Contacts:  James Bowden
 Phone:  1 800 585-8069
 E-mail:  redpine@xplornet.com
 City:  Haileybury
 State:  Ontario
 Country:  Canada
 Description:  Imagine the opportunity to catch six different species of gamefish while being pampered at a remote island lodge in Northern Ontario, Canada. Red Pine Wilderness Lodge is that place. As hosts for the last 21 years my wife Janice and I have accommodated many satisfied guests from North America and some as far away as Singapore. Although Walleye is the most popular target, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass Whitefish, Perch and Brook Trout are all available on the 28 miles of Lady Evelyn Lake or the portage lakes that we feature. Check out all the details at www.redpinelodge.com or call the toll-free number to book your next all-inclusive fishing adventure.

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 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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 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
 E-mail:  s_l_morris@yahoo.com
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.

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 Apr 30, 2012; 12:47PM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: FLY HOOKER SPORTFISHING
Captain George Landrum
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Cabo Fish Report
April 23-29 2012

WEATHER: Well, it looks as if I brought some weather back with me on my return from San Diego. While I was gone we had warm mornings where it was 77 degrees at 6am and the days warmed to the high 90's. Now, at the end of the week our morning high was 61 degrees and the daytime highs look to be in the high 70's. Not only that, but it has been cloudy for most of the week and this weekend the wind really started to blow with heavy gusts on Saturday afternoon, strong winds Sunday morning with the wind laying down a bit by noon.
WATER: With the cloud cover we had no decent sea surface temperature readings from the satellites, any readings we had were made from being on the water. From what we were able to ascertain, the surface temperatures on the Pacific side were in the mid to high 60's, depending on where you were with the cooler water occurring closer to the beach, and the surface conditions while great early in the week, became almost un-fishable by the weekend due to the winds. On the Cortez side things were quite a bit better with the water between 72 and 75 degrees early in the week and dropping an average of one degree for the weekend. Surface conditions were much better than on the Pacific, the winds did not generate a large swell on the Cortez side, just some choppy conditions around the 95 spot and a general choppy aspect in the afternoons.
BAIT: Caballito and Mackerel as well as a few Mullet could be had for $3 per bait. A few of the bait boats had “frozen” ballyhoo for between $3-4, each, but you never know how many times they had been “frozen”.
FISHING:
BILLFISH: Still just “OK”, not wide open by any means, and the fish are still showing well from the 95 spot on up the coast on the Cortez side, across the 1150 and the San Jose Canyon. This warmer, very blue water has been showing us a lot of fish, but they have not been very hungry. A decent trip results in a release, a good trip in two releases and one of the best trips I heard of had 4 releases out of 12 bites. The fish have been there in good numbers but have been stuffed on all the squid that is out there. One of the secrets (but not any more!) has to been taking a 13 inch hollow plastic squid shell and stuffing it with some squid from the market, then slow trolling four or five of these so that they just slide on the surface. Match the hatch, right size and right taste, they are used to eating them and they are easier to catch than live Mackerel or Caballito. You just have to let the Marlin chew a bit longer, give them three or four more seconds before letting the line come tight so the circle hook sets in the jaw.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: We are still waiting for a decent showing on Yellowfin, and I hope that it happens soon. There were a few footballs caught this week by boats fishing approximately 25 miles to the south, but these were blind strikes with no signs of the fish being there other than a reel suddenly singing out. No porpoise, no birds, and the fish appeared to be moving fairly fast as a quick pass back over the same area seldom produce repeat hook-ups.
DORADO: There were some decent numbers of small fish caught this week, all on the Cortez side of the Cape in the warmer waters. Most of the fish were caught fairly close to the beach, but these were also the smaller fish. Once again the larger fish, though few in number, were caught offshore by boats fishing for Marlin. Everything likes to eat Squid!
WAHOO: Once again there were a few Wahoo caught, and they were found in the warm water around the 1150 area. While not large they were decent size, between 20 and 30 pounds. Farther up the coast on the Pacific side there were small Wahoo caught, small as in Min-hoo, with a large fish going 7 pounds. Wow, almost like a larger Sierra! The East Cape was seeing a few of these little guys.
INSHORE: Still fish of the week, Yellowtail have been the meat and potatoes for the fleet once again. While a few of the Captains are saying the Yellowtail are not biting, everyone we have had out has managed to catch at least three of four of them, and some of them have been as large as 40 pounds! Live bait fished just off the bottom was the key for success, yo-yo'ing iron was not as productive, and slow trolling large lipped, deep diving artificials did not do very well at all. The Sierra bite was on as well with decent numbers of fish being caught, and some of them were very nice sized for the species, coming in at 7-9 pounds, but of course the average was 5-6 pounds. Add in a scattering of Jacks and Grouper and the inshore action was pretty good this week!
FISH RECIPE: Check the blog for this weeks recipe!
NOTES: I am back after a pretty uneventful delivery to San Diego. 9 days, traveling during the day with wonderful weather and only minor problems along the way. Sure is good to be back! This weeks report was written to the music of Adele, a decent mix from the albums 19 and 21. Friday night we had a chance to listen to the Brian Flynn band at the Cabo Lounge and our friend Daniel Touchman stopped by and played a few songs on Brian's guitar. His girlfriend (and my old editor from “Discover” magazine) stepped up to the microphone and wowed us with a fantastic cover of “Me and Bobby McGee”. What a great evening we had. Friends stopped at Zippers in San Jose on the way to the airport yesterday to drop off the kids and grandchild and watched at least three whales playing just off the beach. Nice to know that these are still around.
Until next week, Tight Lines!
 


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