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26/0 Huge Giant Hi Carbon Circle hook non offset

26/0 Huge Giant Hi Carbon Circle hook non offset
26/0 39960 DT Duratin Coated huge circle hook hi carbon steel ideal for Shark tuna marlin swordfish

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Lucky Joes Large Stainless Steel Fishing Hooks

Lucky Joes Large Stainless Steel Fishing Hooks
Lucky Joes 7731S stainless steel very big fish hooks for the angler who hunts the big ones.


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Small size red trebles standard round bend

Small size red trebles standard round bend
Lucky Joes standard round bend small red treble hooks ideal for fresh or saltwater use


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34007 Stainless Steel Fish hooks

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The albright knot is most commonly used for joining lines of different diameter, for creating shook leaders and when Bimini Twist is tied in the end of lighter casting line. It is also used to connect monofilament to wire.


1.Create a loop in the tag end of the heavier line, then feed the tag end of the lighter line through it.
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3. Make a series of turns around all three stands, keeping it as tight as possible.
4. make a minimum of 10 turns, bringing the tag end out of the end of the heavier line's loop.
5. To tighten the knot, pull the standing part of the heavier line. At the same time, slide the turns toward the loop end.
6. When turns are in a neat position, pull both standing parts to make the knot tight. Trim ends.

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 Aug 8, 2005; 10:17AM - Cabo Bite Report
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CABO SAN LUCAS FISH REPORT FOR AUGUST 1-7, 2005

WEATHER: And the heat rolls on! Our day time highs have touched 100 degrees a few days this past week and our night time lows have mostly been around 75 degrees, but with the humidity it has seemed warmer. In town you really notice the heat during the day, but out on the ocean things are quite a bit cooler. No rain or clouds this week and there is no bad weather forecast for the next week. (I’ll keep my fingers crossed on that one!)

WATER: The water on the Sea of Cortez has been flat and warm with surface temperatures between 80 and 86 degrees. On the Pacific side there has been a bit of a swell with some chop in the afternoon, but the water has been between 75 and 80 degrees. The plume of warm water that reached across the Cape last week was broken by the strong California current so we now have a 10 mile wide band of cooler water between us and the San Jaime Bank with the cooler water (at 76-77 degrees) extending south for 30 miles. There is a nice temperature break running south from the 95 spot for 20 miles and it has held in the area for several days now.

BAIT: There was Caballito available from the local bait boats at the normal $2 per bait and the bait receiver in front had Mackerel, but they were saving it for special boats and had taken their sign down.

FISHING:

BILLFISH: Well, this has been a very good week for boats that wanted Striped marlin. Most of the fish were located at the San Jaime Banks and anglers were getting at least one shot and often multiple shots at fish each day. Top boat that I know of came in with 7 flags flying while the average was one or two with a few boats getting three or four fish per trip. The size of the fish has seemed to improve a bit as there were more big fish found than last week. Quite a few of the Stripers were in the 150 pound+ range. Along with the Striped Marlin the Pacific side was putting out quite a few Sailfish as well, with many of them over 100 pounds. I saw a few pictures of fish that may have been in the 140 pound range. The bite seemed to be around 80% on live bait, either thrown to a spotted fish or dropped back to one in the pattern. As far as Blue Marlin go, there have been fish out there but not a lot of them reported as being caught and released yet. The results of the Bisbee’s East Cape Tournament are in and for three days of fishing among 56 boats they released 25 Blues and only weighed one over 300 pounds. Perhaps it is a matter of time before these fish have moved into our area.

YELLOWFIN TUNA: There are still scattered small football fish around the coast areas on the Pacific side, and there were a few school fish found right in front of town just before the weekend. Some of the school fish were in the 60 pound class and provided last minute excitement for boats coming in after a long trip. There were several pods of porpoise reported to have nice fish among them up in the Golden Gate Banks area, but I never saw any of the fish myself or talked one-on-one with anyone who had caught them, so maybe it was just rumors. Most of the Tuna were caught on feathers with a couple of the larger fish caught on live bait during drop-backs.

DORADO: No change in the Dorado report from last week, so here it is. We were seeing a lot more Dorado this week than last week, and they have been close to home as well, from just off the coast on the Pacific side to the San Jaime Banks. The majority of the fish have been small; around 8-10 pounds but there have been fish in the 50 pound class caught as well. Bright colored lures run on the outriggers have gotten most of the initial strikes, and for the guys trying it, the followers have been a blast on fly fishing gear!

WAHOO: Slap my hand for last weeks comment about more than one person touching the rod and reel on that large Wahoo. I was just reporting what I had been told by others. I was informed by some one who is supposed to be “in the know” about it that they are considering putting in a world record application. I talked with a couple of guys who were there when the fish was hung and they said it was lucky that the federal weights and measures guys were there, they calibrated the scale and the fish weighed in at 192 pounds! I think I would have used a flying gaff! Other than that, the Wahoo have been pretty non-responsive this last week.

INSHORE: No change from last week with the exception that more of the Pangas have been going offshore than have been going inshore. Also they are having some shark action along with the usual inshore species. Some Roosters are still out there and they have been pretty decent size. The beaches on the Pacific have had most of the inshore action with the Roosterfish, Pompano, Pargo and Grouper biting pretty well. Fresh Mullet slow trolled alive was the key to getting into the Roosterfish and any of the small live baits fished on the bottom resulted in action from the Pargo and Grouper. Cut bait was what it took to get a decent Pompano bite, but when it happened it was wide open.

NOTES: Warm water on the Sea of Cortez has brought the normal fishing to almost a standstill, with the only thing happening just now being Blue Marin with an occasional Dorado. Most of the action has been on the Pacific side. As soon as we start seeing more Skipjack and small Yellowfin we should get more Blues in the area, big fish follow their bait! This weeks report was written to the music of Vassar Clements on the 1996 Flying Fish Records release “Hillbilly Jazz Rides Again”. Until next week, Tight Lines!
 


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