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39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset

39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset
26/0 39960 DT Duratin Coated huge circle hook hi carbon steel ideal for Shark tuna marlin swordfish

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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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39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset

39960D 26/0 Tiger Tamer Hi carbon Steel non offset
26/0 39960 DT Duratin Coated huge circle hook hi carbon steel ideal for Shark tuna marlin swordfish

PRICE: $6.99

Lucky Joes Large Stainless Steel Fishing Hooks

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 Jul 9, 2020; 08:42PM
 Category:  Fishing Tackle For Sale
 Name for Contacts:  2 Catchfish
 Phone:  9496453864
 City:  Costa Mesa
 State:  California
 Country:  United States
 Description:  Lucky Joes Big Game Fish Hooks ideal for Marln Tuna
Dorado Wahoo and all other Pelagic species

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 Aug 5, 2003; 09:32PM - Hot Weather Bass in Delaware
 Category:  Freshwater Bass Fishing Tips
 Author Name:  Steve vonBrandt
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Click here to enlarge Tip&Trick Description 1: Hot Weather Bass in Delaware
By Steve VonBrandt

Some of the best ponds during the heat, day or night, have been Millsboro, Killens, and Canal pond. First of the closest ponds to both upper and lower Delaware is Killens in Dover. Killens is located right off rt.13. Turn left onto State Park Road, follow the road around the curve, past the main park entrance, and about a mile and a half down the road is the pond. It has parking for about six to eight trucks with trailers, with an adequate launching ramp. Killens is a state park, and they also rent boats and cabins, but you will find little competition for bass except on the weekends.

Most of Killens is 1-5 feet deep at the shoreline, except in the extreme upper end, where it is just inches deep. The lake has an Island in the center with some wood cover and grass. It drops off to 6 feet quickly on the channel side(main lake), and is about 3 feet on the right side. This is a particularly good area to work in the day with 'Senko's' in 4 and 5 inch sizes in black and watermelon on a 3/0WG hook, with 8 & 10 lb test line. In addition, clacker type buzzbaits produce bass in the three to six pound range many times in this area, even in the bright afternoon sun. A Tournament frog is a good choice for the pads especially in the daytime heat. The action will be slower, but you can connect with some big explosions through the grass and pads at times. A Tournament frog is the best choice of topwater, and a 1/2 ounce in black works best all around. Vary the retrieve, both day and night, sometimes letting the frog sit after hitting the water,! as long as 30 seconds, then use a few quick hops. If this doesn't produce, try working it very fast and pausing only once, on the way back to the boat. This is especially effective in large pads.

Jigs in black and blue take their fair share of nice bass from here also, but you must be extremely accurate and quiet in your presentations or you will not connect. The bass will be in the heaviest of cover, lying in wait for a slow moving, crippled bait to come overhead.


Fishing at night when the water cools to 70-75 degrees, should not frighten you in exploring shallow water right at the drop-offs on the left side of the lake with buzzbaits cast to the main channel edge. Do not be afraid to experiment with some older, forgotten baits, such as a 'Devils Horse', or similar prop baits. They work wonders sometimes in highly pressured lakes.


Millsboro Pond is in Sussex County, Delaware, in the town of Millsboro off Isabella and Main Street. It has room for only a few boats, and the launching ramp is very shallow, you can get off all right, but getting back on the trailer can be real tricky. Most of the lake is shallow, with lots of grass. It has several Islands, but the bass go to shallow water at night in the upper end. Buzzbaits are best, but Tournament frogs work well also, in the day and night. Several bass have been caught in the 3 to 6 pound range in the past at night, using the Frog and Senko's mostly in the day. Cast the buzzbait wherever possible at night, it is worth removing the grass. Use Senko's by the lower end of the lake in deeper water in the day, and do not forget to let them sit a long time, raise the pole once or twice, and then cast again. Use these techniques and bring plenty of insect repellent, and you will connect with some lunkers, and many other 2 and 3 pounders.


Canal Pond is located by the railroad bridge in the C&D Canal area. Turn right under St.Georges Bridge and follow the road to the pond. It has beautiful structure, pads, and has a deep shoreline with a deep hole. This was where a few years ago, the 30 pound landlocked Striped bass was caught. There are some real Lunker largemouth's still there also. You will need a small cartop boat to fish it, but it is worth the trouble of getting in. It is about 30 acres of real good dropoffs, and structure, where bass up to 9 pounds have been caught. Please remember to practice Catch, Photo, and Release so we can all enjoy the bass fishing there for a long time to come. SENKO's and 4' straight tailed worms work best throughout the year in watermelon and green. At times spinnerbaits and frogs will work, but this is a plastics lake.

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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
Description 1: 1989 century fury 17 ft
mercruiser inboard/outboard
with powertrim runs great 2400.00

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 Sep 24, 2013; 02:23PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo September 22, 2013
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric Bricston
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San Jose del Cabo

September 22, 2013


Crowds of tourists visiting Los Cabos were relatively light this past week,
this is the normal pattern for the later part of September, though with the
fall season just about ready to start in earnest, surely there will be a
flood of visitors swarm the area in the coming weeks, as this is always one
of the busiest times of the year. The great all around fishing action and
ideal weather conditions, along with world famous high stake fishing
tournaments attract people from all over the world. Another reason for
limited numbers of tourists this past week was the highly publicized
forecast of the most recent Tropical Storm Manuel, which first struck the
southern mainland near Acapulco and cause disastrous flood damage, resulted
in many deaths, the system was downgraded to a depression after making
landfall but then regenerated strength once getting back over the warm
ocean waters and heading in the direction of the Sea of Cortez, forecasters
were unsure of its erratic path, with water temperatures near 90 degrees
Manuel did reach category one hurricane status and ended up making landfall
in Sinaloa, where it again caused major flood damage.

The Southern Baja region was bracing for probable impact, though they were
spared any major damage, on Wednesday afternoon there was wide spread
lightening, thunder and rain squalls, but there were not any reports of
high winds or heavy ocean storm conditions developing. Local ports were
closed for both Wednesday and Thursday, reopening for Friday morning. As a
precaution the government also closed schools for the same two days,
despite clear calm conditions on Thursday, this seemed a bit over
overcautious, as there are already so many holiday vacation days scheduled.

Building up to this latest storm, anglers reported the most consistent
fishing action for dorado and yellowfin tuna. The majority of the dorado
were now juvenile sized, with a small percentage of these fish going over
15 pounds, scattered throughout the area in medium sized schools, striking
on lures and various baits. Baitfish were scarcer during this period, as
bait suppliers were finding it harder to jig up caballito during the dark
hours and the squid that had been in the area the past couple of weeks had
all but vanished, the commercial fleet is now scouting out new bait
sources. The East Cape had been finding good supplies of sardinas, but
apparently these schools were scattered from higher surf conditions that
struck this area with the passing of TS Manuel.

The best action for the yellowfin tuna was found from Iman to San Luis
Bank, anglers were using strips of squid to entice tuna up to 25 lb., while
fly lining these baits on the surface they could find limits of five fish
per license. Then when the source of fresh squid disappeared anglers had to
rely again on trolling hoochies, smaller feathers or cedar plugs and the
numbers of yellowfin were not as high. East Cape boats had been making the
long run south to these same fishing grounds and with live sardinas they
were having a field day for the yellowfin tuna, but now they are scrambling
for bait as well. With the weather once again settled down we expect the
bait situation to improve, even though we are also now dealing with the
full moon phase, which never seems to help the abundance of bait sources.
We do expect to see sardinas moving into local waters very soon, as this is
the annual migration pattern.

On Friday, the first day that the port reopened after Hurricane Manuel, a
group of three local La Playita pangeros hooked into a super cow sized
yellowfin tuna while trolling a live bolito on the Gordo Banks from a 22
ft. panga, after a two and a half hour battle they were able to bring the
fish to gaff, back at the docks the yellowfin was weighed in at 367 pounds,
largest tuna reportedly caught this season, a definite tournament jackpot

There has been limited bottom fishing opportunities due to very persistent
strong currents, almost unprecedented, we do expect with weather patterns
now transitioning that this current will reside and will open new option
for anglers.

With the arrival of fall, we see the water temperatures start to fall and
with this species such as wahoo normally become more active, so are all
anticipating this, as well as improved bait resources. Though this is now
always the period when we feel high humidity, the worst of the summer heat
is past and we will now be enjoying ideal weather in the coming months.

The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 48 charters for this storm shortened week,
with anglers accounting for a fish count of: 2 striped marlin, 1 sailfish,
4 wahoo, 2 amberjack, 4 dogtooth snapper, 225 yellowfin tuna and 160 dorado.

Good fishing, Eric

Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147

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