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If we’re going to be strict about it, jellyfish and starfish are not really fish because they don’t have a backbone. As a correction, many public aquariums are now using the terms “sea jellies” and “sea stars”.
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 Feb 23, 2018; 07:00AM
 Category:  Guide Services
 Name for Contacts:  Quepos Fishing Charters
 Phone:  1-800-388-9957
 City:  Quepos
 Country:  Costa Rica
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 Jan 4, 2004; 08:18PM - Power Drop -Shot Tactic
 Category:  Freshwater Bass Fishing Tips
 Author Name:  Steve S&K Guide Service
Tip&Trick Description 1: We have been using a Power Drop Shot technique that you may have heard of, and it works great in Heavy Cover, and around docks and wood in rivers and lakes. We just rig a heavy weight of 3/8 to 3/4 of an ounce, and then tie on the bait, such as a Yamamoto 'IKA' tube about 10 inches up the line on a 3/0 Gamakatsu hook, and flip and pitch it right in the same way as a jig or other bait. It stays there longer and has more action. Deadly on in-active fish. To view more tips and tactics and chat with other bass anglers from all over North America, stop by and visit us at our Proboards!

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fishing reports
 Feb 27, 2006; 10:37AM - Cabo Bite Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum

Captain George Landrum
Cabo Fish Report
Feb. 20-26, 2006

WEATHER: We are still stuck with great weather! Our daytime highs have been in the mid 80s and our nighttime lows have been in the low 60s, really hard to live with, huh? I feel sorry for all of you who are dealing with freezing cold! We had no rain this week and only a little cloud cover during the middle of the week, mostly sunny skies the rest of the time.
WATER: On the Pacific side of the Cape we have had some fairly large swells with a bit of wind chop on top, not enough to keep anyone from fishing, but enough to make it occasionally uncomfortable. The water near shore has been 68-70 degrees and cooled to 67 degrees at the San Jaime bank. Farther to the west the water warmed right up and at 20 miles farther it warmed right back up to 74 degrees. Immediately south of the Cape we still have a plume of green water but it is a bit warmer than last week at 71-72 degrees. On the Cortez side the water has been fairly consistent at 71-73 degrees but that band of warm water we had approach last week has dissipated and slowly worked its way back to the east. If you get out to past the 1150 and the Cabrillo Seamount you can get back into the 74 degree water for a little while. The only problem fishing out there has been the surface conditions. We have a fairly strong current running from the northeast along with big swells wrapping around the East Cape and they are meeting the swells coming from the Pacific side making for some bouncy water.
BAIT: There were Mackerel and some Caballito available this week at the normal $2 per bait. I heard that there were some Sardinas at Palmilla but have no idea if they were readily available or how much they were.
BILLFISH: Striped Marlin were the fish of the week this week, but it was not because the fishing was red hot or there were amazing numbers of them being released. Rather it was because there was not a lot else going on! The bite was an on-off happening with one day being great and boats releasing between one and six fish each and the next day the best catch being two fish released while the average was only one Marlin for every four boats. Hard to predict when the bite was going to turn on, you just had to put in the time on the water. The bite was fairly predictable in its location, however. The band of warm water that ran from the Punta Gorda and southwest across the outer Gorda Bank and across the 1150 seemed to be consistent in holding the fish. Working the near break from the Estelladera area to just west of the 1150 resulted in action on lures in Petrelero and blue-black colors while live bait dropped back had about 25% of the fish hooked.
YELLOWFIN TUNA: Once again it was a slow week for Yellowfin Tuna for the charter fleet. There were scattered Porpoise but most of them had no fish. A few of the private boats willing to make the 40-50 mile trip out past the San Jaime on the Pacific side had some fair luck on fish to 80 pounds when they were able to find the porpoise but since there was no structure to hold the bait or the fish, they were there one day and gone the next. That made for a long run on a crapshoot, but a few of them found floating debris as well and got into the Dorado.
DORADO: There were a few fish found in the 12-20 pound class along the edge of the warm water band on the Sea o Cortez side, but they were scattered fish, not concentrated into schools. My guess would be that there was about a 10% success rate on Dorado this week. As I stated above, there were a few decent catches from boats working the warm water 40 miles west, but the water was bumpy out there and it was not a good trip for anything smaller than 35 feet.
WAHOO: Once again no Wahoo this week. The flags flying were for Sierra.
INSHORE: This is a repeat of last weeks inshore report. Short and not so sweet. The Pargo bite came back on for the Pacific side of the Cape right after the full moon; they are hammering this spawning group pretty hard. On the Cortez side there has been a decent Sierra bite outside the El Tulle area.
NOTES: Hmm, not a lot to say about the fishing this week other than if you were looking for a Marlin you might have had some fair luck. This weeks report was written to the music of Bob Dylan off of the 1964 Columbia release, Another Side of Bob Dylan, re-released by CBS on CD in 1989.


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