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 Posted: Thu Jun 22nd, 2017 12:04 am
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No showing of Mobula Rays this year. The videos of the tens of thousands up north was cool from a couple years ago. I definitely sensed some learned behavior from the inshore marlin there the last few Fall/winters. Not sure of the conscious decisions of fish, but I was intrigued to hear about how there are dolphin that work to prevent inbreeding in groups. Maybe we will never understand women or fish.

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Do you know how smart a chicken is Brian? He is a genius compared to a fish.

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Those chickens don't get the credit they deserve!
The fish are going to follow the bait, and it's one BIG ocean!

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repsilon wrote: I just thought that the point had been made. Jeremy certainly has learned his lesson 

Really what lesson might that be? Don't post pictures of rape and pillage on Facebook, oh yea he certainly learned his lesson there. LOL
Don't see any formal apology's from him anywhere on this forum or anywhere else, did I miss something? Or are you his formally appointed apologist? 

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I must agree and empathize with all said here. This happens all too often by fisherman from both sides of the border. Hard to condemn commercial fishing when some sports fishers do this. Good examples need to be set.  Kind of reminds me of the story from the swordfish and tuna commercials in the Atlantic when someone spoke out against such abuse. The reply was "Nobody saved any buffalo for me, let's fish".

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nightwing28 wrote:  Kind of reminds me of the story from the swordfish and tuna commercials in the Atlantic when someone spoke out against such abuse. The reply was "Nobody saved any buffalo for me, let's fish".

Boy Ain't that the truth on baffalo, good analogy!! Billfish are next on the list for the sport fishing industry. Let's see how much noise the sport fishing industry makes as those numbers start to dwindle. The silence from San Carlos will be deafening. 
It will be a perpetual el nino that is to blame!

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Buffalo Populations are doing well in North America, I know they have Huntable Populations in these States, Maybe more.  
Arizona , New Mexico, Colorado , Utah , Texas, North & South Dakota, Alaska, Nebraska , Idaho, Wyoming, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma

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Yes, I had a resident, but very "domestic" herd across from my house in Wyoming (but long ago, ha ha). We need to be thankful for the species the have been preserved by careful conservation. But the point was about the attitude. The future of our exploitable  wild stocks depends upon realistic concerned human stewardship, not hopeful passivity. But reality is "dinero habla".

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I can only imagine the number of juvenile fish that are caught by these sardine boats daily and turned into catfood and fertilizer. Though their fish may be smaller, they propably take 99-99.9% of the number the entire sportfishing fleet in the Sea of Cortez takes.

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Only 99.99% Brian?

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Well, currently 99.99. I see a lot of boats headed up. They probably don't even bother filleting the 1-2# dorado. I know that friends get burlap sacks full of sierra. I think they let 70-90% of their catch just rot to make oil and fertilizer.

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Very poor dorado numbers from the Chivato tournament last weekend. I dont have exact numbers but most boats caught nothing. Top three fish were supposedly 22.2 lb, 11 lb, and two fish tied for third at 9 lb. About 20 boats entered.

Let the spin begin.

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The Sardine Fleet has operated in Guaymas for over 50 years so nothing has changed in the small area with the way they work and their season is over in the early summer when the fish roll in. 
I believe its large foriegn and local boats along with more sporties specifically targeting dorado during their migration and spawning seasons with long lines starting in Ecuador all the way north to Puerto Penasco and Ensenada. Its what you see in the markets.

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Ok gays l don't now watt your smoking butt it's really not the right stuff.frist you net too said the trud the are invited thing frist the shrinp boats are the ones do most the damage bicuse they drag in the bottom of the ocean so they collect everiting end by the time you collect the shrinp all the little specie's are ded end they go too waste second the sardine boats don't Target Dorado not because they want too respect siple the are end to deep of water but they do Target yellowtail white sea bass Sierra tird sorry brotherthe pelagic sargso they collect to make different tipes of creams end make up end ader shiet end four the people in that boat was having a good time gat carless so it's better actually too get 50 smoll ones then one big female to

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As always, Juan comes through as "The Voice of Reason and Knowledge"! Bravisimo Juan!

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Maybe the sardine boats I see are on pleasure cruises.

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Just a few years ago, there were some high profile busts of shrimpers and/or sardine boats that were caught with huge hauls of dorado off the East Cape and the Gordo Banks. Literally thousands of dorado and marlin in their hold. They were boats from Mainland Mexico, not foreigners. They would deploy pangas that would set multiple longlines, leave for a few days and then come back and haul in the catch.


Supposedly, this type of operation was finally going to be reprimanded heavily because they were forced to appear in court in La Paz instead of the more lenient (easily bribed) courts on the mainland. Boats were supposed to be confiscated. Surprise! The Baja courts caved, too. They walked with an undisclosed fine and left with their boats.

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IronMan wrote: As always, Juan comes through as "The Voice of Reason and Knowledge"! Bravisimo Juan!
HaHaHaHa, What I read into his post is....It is OK to take as much as you can from the Ocean. 


Pura Cano.

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