70.5 POUND GHOST FOr Mike Boland

Discussion in 'Baja Mexico Fishing Reports and Discussion' started by Captain Juan SQ, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. Captain Juan SQ

    Captain Juan SQ ARLETT DEL MAR.

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    Captain Juan SQ.
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    Post Doctorate Seminar on ZZZBASS.

    Travelling out of San Diego with with my father Bruce (Retired US Navy Admiral) and friend Jeff Ward (IKON and Ricoh Americas Lead Technician) scored a once in a lifetime 70.5 pound White Seabass on a bottom baited small Pacific Mackeral. Fight time was 25 minutes on 40 lb. copolymer.

    The fishing is red hot on the big grade seabass. We ended up with over 500 pounds of 30 to 70 pound class over 2 days. The weater is impeccable and the beer at the Old Mill is ice cold. Come down for a great time, as September is shaping up to be EPIC!!!

    Signed ......Mike Boland
    Give me a call if you want a little heads up....6198515324
    Hint....Book The Ghost Wrangler...Juan Cook
     

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  2. pipelayer5000

    pipelayer5000 Newbie

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    holy crap sounds amazing guys!!!! juan is great captain. PICTURES!!! PICTURES!!!! I NEED FISH PORN>>>
     
  3. VICTOR JR

    VICTOR JR Newbie

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    nice wsb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. BuonaForTuna

    BuonaForTuna Newbie

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    WOW! Thats the biggest WSB Ive seen, great catch.
     
  5. ECMFab

    ECMFab A Salt Weapon

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    Ethan
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    Sold her :(
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    TOAD!!
     
  6. bassjedi

    bassjedi Member

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    Capt Juan,

    Catch and release only until next week when we get there! Leave some for us!

    Dude, that is a nice fish.
     
  7. theedanimal

    theedanimal Newbie

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    oh my god! That head picture is amazing..
     
  8. flyfishBaja

    flyfishBaja On the hunt for Grandes

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    Lance Peterson
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    God damn! That's an awesome specimen. Way to go!!!
     
  9. EWR2004

    EWR2004 Newbie

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    Absolutely ridiculous that you kept everyone of those fish. Since there are limits in U.S. waters you decided to rape the Mexican waters, bravo!

    You give fishermen and Americans a bad name.
     
  10. Ultimate Catch

    Ultimate Catch One life to live!!

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:That was a good quote.
     
  11. Sun Tzu

    Sun Tzu Ya damn skippy!!

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    OMFG! Hellava fish.
     
  12. nmbrinkman

    nmbrinkman Well-Known "Member"

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    C'mon 1 post wonder.. Either you're just a lurker or you're scared to use your real BD account.

    I think it was a little excessive but there were at least 3 anglers on board that we know of, maybe more and based off the picture that's about 3-4 per angler. Bottom line is that it is LEGAL and I get tired of this "you're giving American's a bad name" bullshit. Know what is more likely to give anyone a bad name? It is somebody forcing their ideals on others. Maybe he donated a bunch of WSB to the locals or the crew. If none is wasted then I have NO problem with the occasional slaying.. This is Bloodydecks after all. Save your soapbox speech for fishermaninsupportofMPAs.org
     
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  13. Ed Kurzawa

    Ed Kurzawa Cbass eluded me 'til Aug3

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    Another monster seabass, amazing!
     
  14. scwindow

    scwindow Newbie

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    Seabass limit in Mexico is 5 fish per person per day. Looks like they followed the rules. What is the problem. I do not even see limits for the fisherman pictured. Looks like a epic day with one of the best skippers in Baja.
     
  15. Steel Leader

    Steel Leader Well-Known "Member"

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    don't mind the little bitch,

    AWESOME FISH!!!!! that's a fish of a life time, quite possibly, bravo!
     
  16. SealBeachKid

    SealBeachKid OUTFITTER'D

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    Nice fish...
     
  17. Susana

    Susana Newbie

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    You guys rock!!!!! What a a great couple of days. Hope to see you again down here soon.
    Oh, and thanks again for the beers tonight
     
  18. Customboatguy

    Customboatguy Member

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    :eek: That's a MOOSE...

    Congrats!!
     
  19. Teleni

    Teleni Newbie

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    Fred
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    Mike, congratulation on landing that beast. That's definitely a beauty, I totally agreed with you about Captain Juan Cook. I fished all over with different captain and I tell you, Captain Juan Cook is one of a kine. He definitely knows his stuff and he will go an extra mile to put you on the fish. We were just down there on August 23 & 24 and it was the best fishing experience of my life. I will definitely return sometime soon to fish with Captain Juan Cook. Mahalo

    Fred Vanhorn
    "The Flying Samoan"
     
  20. F1sHsLaY3r

    F1sHsLaY3r Newbie

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    yea buddy... way to get it
     

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