Long range calendar?

Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by nevertrippin, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. nevertrippin

    nevertrippin Newbie

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    Who makes them I can't seem to remember who puts one out?
     
  2. bass_blaster

    bass_blaster Professional Googan

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    I think fishingvideos.com has something like that.
     
  3. boomboom213

    boomboom213 Newbie

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    you mean a calendar showing all the boats and all of thier trips on a single calendar along with the price?

    There was a site that did that but they decided not to put in the work to update it.

    http://comparesportfishing.com/

    was the site..haven't updated it since 2009 looks like.
     
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  4. PullinAhi

    PullinAhi Fisherman

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    Yes they do. In the very back there is the schedule of the long range boats.
     
  5. wxdunn

    wxdunn Member

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  6. nearbrt

    nearbrt Newbie

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    bill is awesome !!!
     
  7. Tues

    Tues Not my job...

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  8. split_finger_21

    split_finger_21 ehhhhhhh

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    Probably the photographer. I bring it out in everyone.LOL
     
  9. nevertrippin

    nevertrippin Newbie

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    hahah thanks guys sounds good exactly what i was looking for!
     
  10. Pangamaster

    Pangamaster Cow Town Here I come!

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    I just bought one...need to put something on the cube walls to help me through till spring.
     
  11. wahoodad

    wahoodad Yaddah X3

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    It's a great calendar, lots of info in it. One of these years I'm going to catch a big fish and make a full size pic.
     
  12. split_finger_21

    split_finger_21 ehhhhhhh

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    You ever caught a big fish before?
     
  13. wahoodad

    wahoodad Yaddah X3

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    No sir, I have not.

    But I read this here internet stuff every day, so I'm an expert now.

    It should be no time until I start landing big ones :D
     
  14. soabd

    soabd Newbie

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    Alex,
    If you are looking at a particular boat or specific time frame it may be a good idea to check the boat's current web site as the schedules in the calendar may be outdated. I know of one boat where the schedule has been revised and does not quite match what is in the calendar.
    Bill
     

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