80 lb Cubera Snappers, 400 lb Black Marlin, Bait City!

 

80 lb Cubera Snappers, 400 lb Black Marlin, Bait City!

Written by: Stan Gabruk owner of Master Baiter´s Sportfishing & Tackle

In this ever changing world of Sportfishing you never really get a handle on it because all you can is react. That´s the exciting part, the reaction to a screaming reel(s) as the captain yells ¨Fish On¨! Will get your get your blood pressure up a little. If this gives you goose bumps, then now is the time to head out to the deep water locations. Marlin are not exactly abundant, but they are here at Corbeteña and El Banco and they´re in the 400 lb range. Not monsters by any stretch, but big enough amigos. Now that´s jaded, four hundred pounds of pure muscle and bad attitude and this is a small fish!? In this case, size is not the issue, dare I say it, it´s the motion that gets you on the ocean that matters!07 16 2013 Dorado at El Morro 600pxls

The weather here in Puerto Vallarta has been mild for this time of the year. Yes the humidity is up, but that´s part of the life here in PV! Rain, yep, we´re seeing rain about four out of seven nights a week. The locals love the rain, it cools the evening down and just makes the city sparkle with fresh tropical air breezes. Paradise is never perfect, but this could be worse. For the summer traveler, you´re in luck, fishing season is just starting and we´re seeing some great fishing at all the world class fishing grounds Puerto Vallarta is famous for!07 18 2013 El Morro Sailfish Rooster

The hot action this week is spread around, so lets start with Corbeteña and El Banco. These world famous fishing grounds are showing strong signs of life with 400 lb Black Marlin feeding on Bullet Bonito, their favorite fast food. Dead  bait, live bait, lures of blue with a yellow stripe is doing the trick. Anywhere from right on top of the rock to ten miles in any direction is alive with action. Sailfish are taking part in the action as well, hitting anything that looks tempting, so look for the diving birds, you´ll find a finned fantasy for sure! Cubera Snapper are not exactly the preferred gamefish in the area. But that is silly, especially since these Cubera Snappers are up to 80 lbs and taking surface baits! There are also schools of 30 lb Red Snappers around the rock as well. Dorado, most over 35 lbs, and under 60 lbs, not a bad range at all. No real Large Tuna Sightings for some reason, could be the 90 plus degree water temperatures. WARNING: If you are on a fishing trip and you don´t have a decent sounder on board which shows the temperature breaks at depth, then you didn´t pay enough to get to these fantasy game fish. How would you know what to set the down riggers at? And If your captain is not sporting down riggers or kites, you may have just gotten what you paid for! No Tuna today on returning boats doesn´t necessarily mean there we no Tuna to be had! Both El Banco and Corbeteña are a tossup for the moment. For the Tres Maria Islands types, it´s Tuna Heaven and there are always Monster Yellowfin Tuna over 250 lbs. If you´re interested in heading out 100 or so miles one direction, let me know, we´ll fix you up…

The Marietta Islands have been hot and cold, hence the pedal to the metal title. Some days last week, too much bait, couldn´t get a strike for nothing! But boy has that changed. Dorado in the 35 lb range are all around the island.  Red Snappers to 30 lbs and abundant, Bonito, Sierra Mackerals, Sailfish and even some Rooster fish (not many). Roosters could be coming in now, so stay tuned, this would be great for the fly fishing or light tackle guys! Anything is possible right now, so get out there. With Spinner Dolphin in the area the Football Yellowin Tuna (Footballs) are in the 40 to50 lb size range, so keep an eye pealed! Eight hour trips are well worth the time and the fuel dollar, so get out there, this is fishing season, and it´s a great season!07 15 2013 Capt Chema 600pxls

Lets not forget about El Morro, Sailfish and Dorado are increasing by the moment at this much forgotten location just six miles south of the Marietta Islands. If you were one of the contrarians, you were hitting 70 lb Sailfish, 30 lb Red Snappers and 40 lb Dorado! That´s about all, but that´s enough. The area I call the golden triangle is alive with much ignored action. Many pods of Spinner Dolphin are in this area between the Marietta Islands / El Morro, to Corbeteña, up to El Banco and then back to the Marietta islands, ripe, fertile fishing grounds. Ignored like the skinny chick in High School, who´s now a super model!!

Inside the bay, the trash line has been a little weak, not much rain and the fish can pick through this organic stuff in a real hurry. But that´s not to say the fishing is less than fantastic. Yelapa has 35 to 50 lb Yellowfin Footballs just hanging out. You don´t need to head to Corbeteña to get these Footballs. Figure six hours in the bay, small Dorado about 25 lbs, Skip Jack Tuna (Skippies), Bonito, Snappers, Snook at the river mouth and who knows, the list goes on!

Now if you´re still looking for a trash line that is ¨working¨, then Anclote reef area just north of the point at Punta Mita is working well. There are Rooster fish on this reef gorging themselves on the ¨trash¨. Sailfish are a little farther out and you may even hit some decent sized Dorado.

With the full moon moving deeper and deeper into the month we´ll be looking at an earlier and earlier bites amigos. Remember with the full moon comes early and late day bites. You could be at the fishing grounds when the sun comes up and find you missed the bite. So if you´re serious, pay attention to the moon phase, and make sure you´re at the place you want to be at least two hours before the sun comes up and you can have the bite, the day and the fantasy all come to life!

Until next time don’t forget to kiss your fish and remember at Master Baiter’s Sportfishing & Tackle “ We Won’t Jerk You Around”!

Master Baiter´s has changed locations in Marina Vallarta and are now near Victors Café Te Cuba. Look for me at the least traveled end of Marina Vallarta and I will be there in my new place. Email your Questions to me at: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx  Web page:  http://www.MasterBaiters.com.mx , Local Phone at: (044) 322 779 75 71 or if roaming: 011 52 1 322 779 75 71 (this is my cell phone directly until the shop phone is workingFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Master-Baiters-Sportfishing-Tackle/88817121325The trade name Master Baiter’s ® Sportfishing and Tackle is protected under trade mark law and is the sole property of Stan Gabruk.

 

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Finally, The Seasonal Rains Begin, Bay Fishing Improves

Finally, The Seasonal Rains Begin, Bay Fishing Improves

Written by: Stan Gabruk owner of Master Baiter´s Sportfishing & Tackle

After weeks of horribly intense humidity the seasonal rains have finally begun bringing relief for a short time anyway. Now this is a funny situation how it will affect fishing in our area. The rains in the mountains that surround Puerto Vallarta are just full of all sorts of stuff that will wash down in the river. Roots, stumps, trash and tons of organic plant ¨stuff¨ like seeds, leaves, you name it. This ¨stuff¨ that washes down the mountains, into the rivers and ultimately runs into the bay is great for the guy who wants a short day and plenty of action. Yes folks the Trash line is back. So, what does this mean, well the ¨trash line¨ is like a ribbon of crap floating in front of the river mouths, which will push out deeper in the bay as the days go by. But the trash line is a divider between dirty water full of mountain sediment and the clear / clean water in the bay. Where this ¨dividing¨ line is, is where you want to be. With all sorts of species coming into the bay at this time of the year  you can literally just toss a Rapalla or diamond jig on the clean side and boat Dorado, Snappers, Bonito, Roballo, if you can imagine a species we have, you´ll most likely come across it on the trash line. Now some days are better than others, but for the person looking for a four hour trip in the bay, well there´s plenty of action just waiting for you now as we speak. While we don´t exactly love the dirty water in the bay, tourist hate swimming in it, but don´t be discouraged, it´s conditions like this the experienced fisherman will look for. So be happy and get on the water amigo!09 20 2010 Yellowfin Tuna RedPix 450

Things have calmed down with the cold water for now. Dorado are moving back into Corbeteña running over 35 lbs, Cubera Snappers were taking surface baits for a while last week, but this seems to be tapering off. Striped Marlin have moved out and we´re seeing Black Marlin in the 450 lb range back in the area. Now Yellowfin Tuna are not exactly abundant here on the rock right now, but if you´re willing to do some trolling to the west of Corbeteña from five to fifteen miles, you´ll find 80 to 120 lb Yellowfin Tuna amigo. No special secret here as usual, Cedar Plugs have been working well, even if they´re the oldest ¨plug¨ you can use as a lure, they´re still cheap and hard to beat.  Blue water with water temps right at 80 degrees is a step in the right direction. With some luck you´ll find Wahoo and Sailfish as well. Corbeteña is well worth the fuel dollar right now amigo. It´s summer, Monster Time! El Banco or The Bank as we call it in English has been less than spectacular the last few days, but things should improve shortly.

The Marietta Islands have been it´s normal and amazing self. Bonito, Skip Jack tuna in the 35 lb rang e is enough to keep anyone happy. But there are also 25 to 35 lb Dorado hanging just off the reef. Rooster fish have disappeared again. Red Snappers have been schooling, some areas out there between El Morro, Corbeteña and the Marietta Islands, the golden triangle as I call it, is seen parking lot sized Snapper Boils. Great tasting, fun to catch, you could do worse amigo. Oh, Sailfish are picking up in numbers both at the Marietta Islands and around it´s close neighbor El Morro. You still need an eight hour day to hit this area, but it´s always worth the effort!

For those who think there are no Grouper in Vallarta, here is a picture of a Giant Grouper boated in Nuevo Vallarta at the river mouth.  This 220 kilo Grouper is roughly 484 lbs and it was caught fifteen minutes north of Vallarta by row boat, in the bay of course, a local now has a fishing tale worth listening to. Grouper Riover mouth nuevo vallarta

All and all, the fishing is still a mixed bag and we still have cold streaks in the bay and around the Marietta Islands. But this is summer fishing amigos and it will now only get better by the day. Those looking to have an arm burning fishing day, remember you first have to get out there! You really haven´t seen Vallarta is you haven´t been on the water!

Until next time don’t forget to kiss your fish and remember at Master Baiter’s Sportfishing & Tackle “ We Won’t Jerk You Around”!

Master Baiter´s has changed locations in Marina Vallarta and are now near Victors Café Te Cuba. Look for me at the least traveled end of Marina Vallarta and I will be there in my new place. Email your Questions to me at: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx  Web page:  http://www.MasterBaiters.com.mx , Local Phone at: (044) 322 779 75 71 or if roaming: 011 52 1 322 779 75 71 (this is my cell phone directly until the shop phone is workingFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Master-Baiters-Sportfishing-Tackle/88817121325The trade name Master Baiter’s ® Sportfishing and Tackle is protected under trade mark law and is the sole property of Stan Gabruk.

 

Mixed up Season, Warm Water, Marlin, Sailfish, and Dorado!

Mixed up Season, Warm Water, Marlin, Sailfish, and Dorado!

Written by: Stan Gabruk

Wow, if you think you have a clue about what the fishing is going to be like today, tomorrow or next week you´re a crystal ball is better than mine! Last week I though the fishing had finally turned into winter conditions, yet here we are with Sailfish off El Morro and the Marietta Islands, Sailfish! They never left! Water temperatures are still running in the mid 70´s, with plenty of bait the mixed summer and winter species living and eating in the same area are likely to hang for a while. Strange, yes.. But if you´re out there fishing in this mixed up season, you`re catching fish you shouldn´t be seeing!11 24 2011 Butch and Bob Drake, 8 hrs, Mi Jenny,  RedPix 650 wText

An example of this is the Rooster fish, not unusual for this time of the year, but they are very large, they´re in charge and you can boat one at will in the 40 to 60 lb range. Many have been boated in the ranges above sixty pounds, by the time you read this things can change so check things before heading out. Now this is around the Marietta Islands and El Morro. Which is best (?), who knows, they´re close enough to each other to check this out yourself, that is if you have a boat and crew who will use fuel and no just sit in one place. While there, you´ll also find Pompano to 35 lbs, Bonito, Skip Jack Tuna in the 30 lb range, Snappers to 35lbs, Jack Crevalls everywhere in varying sizes with 25lbs being the smallest right now. Plenty of action for sure and an eight hour day at the islands is well worth breaking the piggy bank!

About ten miles off the Marietta and El Morro Islands there are Striped Marlin and Sailfish stretching out to Corbeteña and the point off Punta Mita. It´s amazing, it´s unusual and it´s time to take advantage of these unusual conditions to the fullest. Those visiting the area will be glad to find action at affordable prices on super pangas, call us we´ll fix you up.

Corbeteña is once again alive with action for those with the courage to take a chance and catch nothing. Which is almost impossible, but your fallback position is always the Marietta Islands. So your worst case scenario may have to be a Striped Marlin or a Sailfish in the 70 to 85 lb range, not small for Sailfish. The Striped Marlin are still off the rock as well, but Yellowfin Tuna are running in the same areas and a YF tuna in the 60 to 80 lb range is getting the local boat owners on the water, maybe you should be also! Add to the list Cubera Snappers in the 60 lb range, Dorado to 35 lbs, mostly in the 25 lb range for now. Amber Jacks, Rainbow runners and the occasional Wahoo round out the package. So get your butt out there before things get ¨winterish¨.

El Banco and the area to the west, yes I said west, is alive with all sorts of Yellowfin Tuna action with 60 lb YF Tuna burning your arms out so pace yourself. Catch them at will, but you´ll need to plan for a 12 hour day. Seems like this time of the year not many want to hit the Rock, not because of the fishing, but because they don´t want a twelve hour straight fishing trip. Not recommended for sea sick types, swells are rolling and the chop in the afternoon is guaranteed sea sick city for the squeamish. Those with normal sea legs will be fine, sensitive types find a patch! Striped Marlin in towards shore a little. Much the same players as Corbeteña (the Rock), so if you´re heading out to the Tres Maria islands, you´ll find Tuna before the islands for the less adventurous.

The bay is still full of Jack Crevalls, Snappers, Bonito, Skip Jack Tuna and Rooster fish off the Nuevo Vallarta shoreline. So if you have a surf casting pole, take a few poppers and diamond jigs along. You may find 40lb Rooster fish giving your bait ¨what for¨!09 27 2011 Lisa Frick  Sail RedPix wText

With plenty of Squid, Sardines, krill squid and shrimps you may find it difficult to turn their heads, so be patient, be equipped and have plenty of bait. Those who scrimp on bait find they go home early when they could have kept reeling…. With March here, we won´t be seeing water temperatures dip much lower, but then again who knows. But if this goes the way I am thinking we´ll have Dorado and Sailfish from this point forward. So keep up with the latest reports and don´t be afraid to fire me an email about what the up to the minute conditions and species are. As far as the bite, mid morning around 7 to 8 is a good time to arrive at your selected spots amigo…

Remember we are Official Agents for Mikes Fishing Parties and right now you can book with us 8 hrs on a group boat for $170.00 dollars per person. Lunch and sodas included, BYOB or Tequila! Contact Gloria at the shop, and no we are not married!

Until next time don’t forget to kiss your fish and remember at Master Baiter’s Sportfishing & Tackle “ We Won’t Jerk You Around”!

Master Baiter´s has changed locations in Marina Vallarta and are now near Victors Café Te Cuba. Look for me at the least traveled end of Marina Vallarta and I will be there in my new place!!Master Baiters is still the only real fishing company in Marina Vallarta with its own exclusive boats that are reliable, fast, English Speaking, fish catching professionals!  Questions on any subject: feel free to ask at my email: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx Web page:  http://www.MasterBaiters.com.mx or call me directly locally at: (044) 322 779 75 71 or if roaming: 011 52 1 322 779 75 71 (this is my cell phone directly until the shop phone is working). You can come be a ¨Fan¨ on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Master-Baiters-Sportfishing-Tackle/88817121325 Facebook Fans get special perks you won´t find in my reports.

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Striped Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Seems Like Summer Fishing!

Striped Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Seems Like Summer Fishing!

Written by Stan Gabruk

As we move deeper into winter fishing, we´re seeing species that are normally long gone hanging around and we´re happy for it. Visitors to Puerto Vallarta have fantash fishing options with Dorado at the Marietta Islands, Tuna at El Banco, Corbeteña has Striped Marlin and the bay if just full of fish. Just when you think you´ve have the seasons and species figured out, guess what… It´s fishing!01 17 2013 Magnifico Dorado, Marietta Islands 2

The deep water fishing grounds are still producing nicely even though they really should be so slow you couldn´t find a pulse. About ten miles north of El Banco, large Dolphins are running with Yellowfin Tuna over 150 lbs . They´re hitting Sardines with an attitude. Striped Marlin in the 250 lb range are everywhere as well. Dorado are smaller, but still in the area running 25 to 40 lbs. Jack Crevalls everywhere, Bonito, Cubera Snappers to 60 lb, you may even hook a Sailfish. All and all I can´t remember when El Banco was firing like this, at this time of the year. For the Tuna Fanatics, they´re  calling your name.

Corbeteña is also seeing Yellowfin Tuna, but they´re in the 60 lb range. We won´t complain about this. Striped Marlin, Sails, Jack Crevalls, Bonito, Cubera Snappers. Pretty much the same as El Banco but with smaller Yellowfin Tuna.

The Marietta Islands and off the point of Punta Mita has recharged itself and is living up to its reputation. Rooster fish are still hitting live bait and shinny lures. Running in the 35 to 55 or larger range you´re sure to have some arm burning action. Dorado, yes Dorado are also just off the island which are also running 25 to 35 lbs. Sailfish have also shown up again as well as Punta Mita. Both areas are an eight hour day trip, but if you are in Sayulita or Punta Mita a short day trip off the beach is worth its weight in gold. Red Snappers running 25 to 30 lbs are great tasting and on light tackle are a ton of fun. Skippies, Bonito, Jack Crevalls and the list goes on. Just get there and find out!

Inside the bay is a fantasy for smaller game fish. Sierra Mackerals running in the 30 lb range have been a welcome surprise for sure! Jack Crevalls everywhere, Snappers near structure and of course there are still football Yellowfin Tuna hanging around Yelapa. It´s wonderful in the bay now and four to six hour days work wonders for smaller types…

For now the water temperatures are hovering around 75 degrees, perfect for Striped Marlin and even Sailfish. But the water is clean and blue with tons of Sardines all through the bay and around the islands. Rooster fish seem to be happy where they are so this hopefully will continue. The fishing grounds are also still empty so you couldn´t ask for much more amigos, but of course we always do!

Until next time don’t forget to kiss your fish and remember at Master Baiter’s Sportfishing & Tackle “ We Won’t Jerk You Around”!07 18 2012 Andelé Yellowfin El Banco 8 Good Sized and Proud www.masterbaiters.com.mx wText

Master Baiter´s has changed locations in Marina Vallarta and are now near Victors Café Te Cuba and will be opening soon. Look for me at the least traveled end of Marina Vallarta and I will be there in my new place! Everyone coming by to see my new location will  get a FREE CITY OR JUNGLE TOUR!  So I expect to see you all at my shop soon!Master Baiters is still the only real fishing company in Marina Vallarta with its own exclusive boats that are reliable, fast, English Speaking, fish catching professionals!  Questions on any subject: feel free to ask at my email: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx Web page:  http://www.MasterBaiters.com.mx or call me directly locally at: (044) 322 779 75 71 or if roaming: 011 52 1 322 779 75 71 (this is my cell phone directly until the shop phone is working). You can come be a ¨Fan¨ on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Master-Baiters-Sportfishing-Tackle/88817121325 Facebook Fans get special perks you won´t find in my reports.

The trade name Master Baiter’s ® Sportfishing and Tackle is protected under trade mark law and is the sole property of Stan Gabruk.

 

Dorado at Marietta Islands, Jack Crevalls / Rooster Fish Invasion

Dorado at Marietta Islands, Jack Crevalls / Rooster Fish Invasion

Written by Stan Gabruk

Winter has arrived

As we move deeper into winter fishing we find we still have Dorado in the area as water temperatures begin to drop below 80 degrees. Sailfish, Marlin and Yellow fin Tuna are for the most part heading south for the winter. But the Tres Maria Islands are still rockin with Monster Yellowfin. Who says the fun stops when the water temperatures drop?www.masterbaiters.cm.mx 01 17 2013 Magnifico Sierra Mackeral

We all know, or should know by now that just after the New Year’s Holiday the water temperatures drop like a rock and you can set you watch by it. This is why Dorado at the Marietta Islands is such a surprise to me as they´re running in the mid twenty pound range. Red Snappers (25 lbs) are increasing in numbers, but still not a stable as yet. Sierra Mackerals in the 25 lb range are beginning to  take a foot hold in the bay and surrounding areas like the islands. Rooster fish have been hanging in there anywhere from 35 to50 lbs and they´ll hit just about anything. Google eyes are still their favorites though. With plenty of live bait around the Marietta Islands there is plenty of action to be had in an eight hour day. Great action for anyone, but not too stiff for younger anglers on vacation. 01 17 2013 Magnifico Dorado, Marietta Islands

Inside the bay we´re seeing the smaller gamefish pick up again. While still mostly Jack Crevalls and Sierra Mackerals, there are also Skip Jacks in the 25 lb range, Smaller Dorado in the 15 lb range, but throw them back for next year. Snappers around the rocks and structure. Snook can still be found at the river mouths in Nuevo and around Boca Tomatlan. Don´t forget about the surf fishing action, Rooster fish are hitting baits in Nuevo Vallarta. So if you´re in one of those nice hotels cast some iron in front of the resort and see what happens. Yelapa this year has been a machine for fishing and the area is still full of football YF Tuna in the 40 to 50 lb range if you´re lucky. Again live bait is king, Google eyes, blue runners are doing the trick.  

Corbeteña and El Banco will be settling down for the rest of the year.  Still there are some great sized Curbera Snappers being boated in the 55 lb range. There are also still some striped Marlin in the area, but kinda scarce as the water temperatures drop. Amber Jacks in the 40 lb range, Jack Crevalls, Football Yellowfin Tuna, Bonito, pretty much the same species as the Marietta Islands.

The area near Punta Mita is still showing action around the reefs at Anclote near Sayulita. Rooster fish as well and if you have the notion up near San Pancho you´ll  find Sailfish, but this is a ten hour day amigos. Hit it while you can here, this will surely change in the next week or so.

As we settle into winter fishing, tourism is picking up so it all balances out I guess. While you won´t be finding any Bucket List fishing at the moment, the action is great. And if you have never felt the pull of a Jack Crevall you´d be surprised how strong a fighter these fish are. Not exactly the blue plate special somehow the Marinaros have found ways to make then taste great. So give them to the crew, they´ll thank you for them.

Until next time don’t forget to kiss your fish and remember at Master Baiter’s Sportfishing & Tackle “ We Won’t Jerk You Around”!

Master Baiter´s has changed locations in Marina Vallarta and are now near Victors Café Te Cuba and will be opening soon. Look for me at the least traveled end of Marina Vallarta and I will be there in my new place! Everyone coming by to see my new location will  get a FREE CITY OR JUNGLE TOUR!  So I expect to see you all at my shop soon!Master Baiters is still the only real fishing company in Marina Vallarta with its own exclusive boats that are reliable, fast, English Speaking, fish catching professionals!  Questions on any subject: feel free to ask at my email: CatchFish@MasterBaiters.com.mx Web page:  http://www.MasterBaiters.com.mx or call me directly locally at: (044) 322 779 75 71 or if roaming: 011 52 1 322 779 75 71 (this is my cell phone directly until the shop phone is working). You can come be a ¨Fan¨ on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Master-Baiters-Sportfishing-Tackle/88817121325 Facebook Fans get special perks you won´t find in my reports.

The trade name Master Baiter’s ® Sportfishing and Tackle is protected under trade mark law and is the sole property of Stan Gabruk.

 

Fish Porn, Warning Naked Fish!

It´s been a long time since I posted Naked Fish… Get ready for Master Baiter´s fish Porn, Warning Naked Fish Hanging out here….

Magnifico Victory Lap flyin Flags, 1Sail, 1 Blue Marlin, 2 Dorado

Magnifico Victory Lap flyin Flags, 1Sail, 1 Blue Marlin, 2 Dorado

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Rooster Fish at the Marietta Islands

Rooster Fish at the Marietta Islands

Dorado At The Gaff, Amazing Color

First you have to get to the area where you can  find bait like this. Hand held GPS´s and hand held CB radios are not what you want  to see on the boat.

First you have to get to the area where you can find bait like this. Hand held GPS´s and hand held CB radios are not what you want to see on the boat.

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Monster Yellowfin Tuna boated at Soccoro Islands

Monster Yellowfin Tuna boated at Soccoro Islands

Our Origional Stickers from the early days...still cool....

Our Origional Stickers from the early days…still cool….

06 17 2011 Michelle Stewart Crosby with Yellowfin Tuna, El Banco, Animal House

06 17 2011 Michelle Stewart Crosby with Yellowfin Tuna, El Banco, Animal House

Yellowfin Tuna @ Crobetena on Izak wCapt. Richard

Yellowfin Tuna @ Crobetena on Izak wCapt. Richard

Dorado in the Bay, 6 hrs on Mi Jenny

Blue Marlin 425 lbs, Ken Sutula at Corbetena

Blue Marlin 425 lbs, Ken Sutula at Corbetena

Our Origional Design, Nostalgic and still a big seller

Our Origional Design, Nostalgic and still a big seller

Jack Crevalls and the boys, same day, same place

Jack Crevalls and the boys, same day, same place

Rooster Fish at Punt Mita, Capt Tory, 59inch Rooster fish, 8 hrs

Rooster Fish at Punt Mita, Capt Tory, 59inch Rooster fish, 8 hrs

Sailfish at Punta Mita on Magnifico

Sailfish at Punta Mita on Magnifico

Yellowfin Tuna Monsters on High Maintenance

Yellowfin Tuna Monsters on High Maintenance

Sailfish or Pez Vela in Spanish... In The Wild, Spectacular!

Sailfish or Pez Vela in Spanish… In The Wild, Spectacular!

Cubera Snappers at the Marietta Islands Caught in Policonfondido our panga

Cubera Snappers at the Marietta Islands Caught in Policonfondido our panga

Very Nice Sized Amber Jack, Marietta Islands on Policonfondido

Very Nice Sized Amber Jack, Marietta Islands on Policonfondido

Scott Turnipseed and a his nice Rooster Fish!

Scott Turnipseed and a his nice Rooster Fish!

Yellowfin Tuna off El Banco 125 to 250lbs !

Yellowfin Tuna off El Banco 125 to 250lbs !

Flying fish.... R u pUMPEed YeT?

Flying fish…. R u pUMPEed YeT?

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First mate Lobo loading up the Flags.....

First mate Lobo loading up the Flags…..

Sunrisepv Casey Hocker, 8 hrs, Cabo Corrientes

Sunrisepv Casey Hocker, 8 hrs, Cabo Corrientes

3 Monster YF and a six foot tall college student, circa 2002

3 Monster YF and a six foot tall college student, circa 2002

T-Shirts From Master Baiters eBay Now… $14.00 Free Shipping, While they last, Xmas Gifts?

I said I would never sell my shirts on Ebay, but I have a whole bunch of these that did not sell at the Fred Hall Fishing show last March and my loss is your gain. For $14.00 Dollars You can go to Ebay and get one shipped to you for free…. Classic Shirt Design

You´ll find them here at this link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/COOL-SPORTFISHING-T-SHIRT-MASTER-BAITER-/320924708883?

 

Get One Now before they´re gone. Full range of sizes… Merry Xmas from Master Baiter´s, you´ll have it before Xmas if you act now….

 

Stan

Master Baiter´s Spòrtfishing and Tackle

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