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Jc Sportfishing Cabo Fishing Report Oct 15-29, 2012

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15- 22 October LOS CABOS OFFHSORE: 1ST day Chupacabra struck first with an impressive 583-pound blue marlin, followed by a chunky 314-pound yellowfin tuna boated by 19’s Toy. There was only one qualifying marlin weighed. El Burrott recorded a 113-pound tuna, while others topping 200 pounds didn’t even bother coming to the scales once the weight of 19’s Toy fish was broadcast throughout the 80-boat fleet. For Roy Oliver, it was his biggest marlin to date. This feels really good, kind of surreal,” a happy but tired Oliver said after the weight of his blue was announced to the assembled crowd. The fight time was just under one hour. The marlin ate a Black Bart plunger lure and was brought aboard on a Shimano Tiagra 130-pound outfit spooled with Suffix monofilament line and 530-pound Momoi leader. Chupacabra, a 64 Hatteras, was trolling in grid F-5, southeast of Cabo, when the fish struck...

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