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Old 19 October 2008, 16:26   #1
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Here fishy fishy

Need to get the RIB rigged for fishing. Below are some shots, taken Fri, from my new friend Steve in my new home town of San Carlos.
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Need to get the RIB rigged for fishing. Below are some shots, taken Fri, from my new friend Steve in my new home town of San Carlos.
http://sancarlosmx.mywowbb.com/view_...o=28715#p28715
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Great pics, but what an ugly fish you got there , I wouldn´t eat them

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Great pics, but what an ugly fish you got there , I wouldn´t eat them

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Sry Bogi, they haven't discovered the Hamburger-fiskur yet, but here's wishing! Maybe a Duck-fiskur, eh?
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Sry Bogi, they haven't discovered the Hamburger-fiskur yet, but here's wishing! Maybe a Duck-fiskur, eh?
Good point there maybe I shall not let them know I am not a fisheater anymore

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Never seen a pretty fish. I am told that there are some pretty sheep around though.
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Mmmmmm. Dorado... Dammit, LL, you're making me hungry.


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Yes, great eating. For those living in more Northern clims. Dorado is very similar to halibut. And, prettier IMO.
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Much prettier.

Halibut has a tendency to dry out unless you're really careful with prep/cooking. I'm not aware of Dorado (or Mahi-Mahi) having that problem.

Hallies are, however, easier to spear if you can find them (Monterey has been pretty scarce on halibut for the last few years.) We don't get too many Dorado in the area.


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Much prettier.

Halibut has a tendency to dry out unless you're really careful with prep/cooking. I'm not aware of Dorado (or Mahi-Mahi) having that problem.

Hallies are, however, easier to spear if you can find them (Monterey has been pretty scarce on halibut for the last few years.) We don't get too many Dorado in the area.


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Halibut are scarce here also, most are found at the N. of the SOC. Coming to end of Dorado season but boats are still out each day and catching 2-3 30 to 40 pounders. Yellowfin tuna about to start and yellowtail has started.
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