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 Apr 13, 2011; 07:54PM
 Category:  Canada Fishing Trips
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 City:  Terrace
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 Mar 31, 2003; 10:31PM - Dorado Mahi-Mahi with Mango Salsa
 Category:  De La Rue Aussi Fish Recipes
 Author Name:  Chris De La Rue
 Author E-mail:  De La Rue@2catchfish.com
Tip&Trick Description 1: Rue’s Recipe… Dolphin Fish with Mango Salsa (Mahi Mahi / Dorado)

Serves 4

4 x .350g Dolphin Fish Steaks
“You may substitute the Dolphin fish with another high quality fish like Kingfish”
2 Large Mangoes
1 Large Bunch Cilantro

The Messy Stuff… Peel the mangoes, cut them in half, and remove the pits. Cut one mango into 1-inch chunks and place in a blender. Add a pinch of salt, 12 cilantro leaves, and 2 tablespoons cold water. Process until very smooth. Set sauce aside at room temperature.
Cut the remaining mango into 1/4-inch cubes, and put in a small bowl. Coarsely chop enough cilantro to yield 1/2 cup and add it to the mango. Add salt and pepper to taste. Stir and chill the mango salsa for up to 30 minutes.

Scatter 1/2 teaspoon coarsely ground black peppercorns over one side of each Dolphin fish steaks, pressing firmly into the flesh. Sprinkle lightly with salt.

Heat two medium non-stick skillets until very hot or use the solid plat side of your BBQ. Add the fish, pepper-side down, and cook for 3 to 4 minutes each side over high heat, until the fish is seared on the outside but still moist in the center. Remove from the heat. Let rest 1 minute. Serve the fish atop a mound of mango salsa and spoon mango sauce around the sides. Garnish with additional cilantro leaves and serve immediately.

Special Note:- Cilantro leaves have a very pungent odor and are widely used in Mexican, Caribbean and Asian cooking. So you may have to go to a specialty shop to find them. It looks a bit like flat Italian parsley and in fact they are related.

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 Sep 1, 2003; 12:12PM - 'Fly Hooker Daily Report
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  George Landrum
 Author E-mail:  gmlandrum@hotmail.com
Report Description: “FLY HOOKER” WEEKLY FISH COUNT

“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 24 AUGUST, 2003

Greg Kisling and his brother Todd were scheduled to fish today but since the port is still closed
and there is a pretty good wind blowing, I think they are going to miss a day. Greg was supposed
to fish today and then had to re-schedule a few things so it was a day for Todd. They are also
supposed to fish tomorrow, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Greg’s goal is to catch a Blue Marlin.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed that this slow moving Hurricane keeps going north on the Sea of
Cortez and allows us a shot and getting one for him!



“ FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 25 AUGUST, 2003

Todd and I met in the morning at the Marina, hoping that the port would be open. Greg did
not make it in due to cancelled flights, hopefully he will get in today. The wind was still gusting
but it was not too bad at the Marina. No one was around and no boats were moving so we
decided to call it a day and meet at 4 this afternoon, have a beer or two and talk about the fishing
schedule. Got a call from a friend at 10 AM, the port Captain had opened the port and boats
were going out, not many, but a few. Met with Todd at four, had received a call from Greg that
he was coming in this afternoon so we left the Marina to meet him at the airport at 5:30 with the
good news that the port had opened and we had seen some Marlin and Tuna flags flying on the
boats that had gone out.



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 26 AUGUST, 2003

Manuel was not able to make it to town today due to massive amounts of water running
through the arroyo between his home and town so it was Juan, myself, Greg and Todd today.
With little clue of where the fish may have moved due to the storm, we decided to head out to the
95 spot first and if there was nothing there, go and try the area off the lighthouse on the Pacific
side. We saw two other boats hook up all day long, saw two Striped Marlin jumping and one
tailing fish. We were not able to get any live bait this morning, there were no bait boats out so we
did not have much of a chance at the tailing fish. We did finally find a pod of Porpoise 10 miles
from the arch, in front of the lighthouse, and they had a large school of Skipjack with then so we
worked the area for three hours. We had one strike from a Skippy, we wanted one for a live bait,
but the fish did not hook up and we kept on working. Nada, nothing, zero, zilch. It’s a good
thing that Greg and Todd have a couple more days left! We arranged another boat for them
tomorrow and will see them back on the “Fly Hooker” on Thursday, hopefully with better luck.
At least now we know where the fish weren’t!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 27 AUGUST, 2003

Our friends Charlie and Skip Albrecht are fishing the “Fly Hooker” today and they will be
fishing more days with us next week while here for two weeks. It was a long day on the water for
them as they saw fish but could not get anything to bite. We all have our fingers crossed for
better luck next week.



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 28 AUGUST, 2003

The second 12 hour day on the “Fly Hooker” for Greg and Todd. They saw fish but again, the
bite was off for our boat. I know it had to be frustrating to be out there and seeing other boats
hooking up but having no luck themselves. Our fingers and toes are now crossed and at least I
know that the bad luck on the first day was not because I was on the boat!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 29 AUGUST, 2003

Finally their luck changed! On this, the last day of fishing for this trip, Greg and Todd finally
got into fish, and they had a pretty good day of it. Juan and Manual worked the area just outside
the 95 Spot and at 9:30 hooked up a Striped Marlin. First fish so Greg got the honors. At noon
there was a strike on one of the outriggers and since it was the second fish of the day, Todd got
the honors. This fish took him a while to get to the boat, and it was because he had hooked the
fish that Greg had been looking for! About an hour and twenty minutes after hooking up, Todd
managed to get the estimated #300 Blue Marlin to the side of the boat for a tag placement, quick
picture and release! Good going Todd, and Greg got some great pictures of the fish in the air as
well. At around 2 PM there was a Striped Marlin spotted on the surface that was willing to eat.
Greg made short work of this small Stripy, estimated at 80 pounds, but half of the battle was in
the air! The first fish of the day had a large squid sticking out of it’s mouth when brought to the
boat, and the Blue Marlin hit a cream colored lure (sure looks like a squid color) and the fish were
caught in a small area where a lot of other boats were fishing for squid, most of them from 15 to
40 pounds! Glad the jinx is off and maybe now the fishing will improve for the “Fly Hooker”.
Thanks Greg and Todd, it was great spending time with fine people like you!



“FLY HOOKER” FISH REPORT FOR 30 AUGUST, 2003

This is the first of two days fishing for Paul and Pam Langham and they are really looking
forward to it. They returned early, unfortunately, but the reason was they were out of beer! I
thought that there had been almost a case of beer left over after yesterday’s trip, but I guess all
the guys on the dock must have celebrated with Juan and Manuel about the Blue Marlin, because
there were only six beers on the boat when it left this morning. My fault, I should have checked
before it left. Paul says that beer is as necessary as water on a fishing trip, and I can’t say as I
disagree with him. Well, they were in early, but they also caught fish! Paul and Pam each got a
Striped Marlin, and the one that Pam got was much bigger than that of Paul. Pam’s was
estimated by Juan and Manuel to be around #180, a real big one here is Cabo. Pauls fish was in
the #120 class. Pam also got a small Dorado that weighed around 10 pounds. Great fishing, and
we hope they have just as good of luck tomorrow, and I will be sure there is a case of beer on the
boat in the morning! Until next weeks report, tight lines!
 


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