El surf como estilo de vida

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 30, 2011

Si buscas un lugar tranquilo para surfear durante todo el año, el lugar que estás buscando es Tofino en Canada. Las playas son tranquilas y son ideales para aprender. Mas info en http://mx.canada.travel

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I'd Rather be Fishing

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 30, 2011

My Grandfathers old video of a fishing trip we took in the early 70's set to the sond "I'd Rather be Fishing". Pretty grainy but interesting how the video meshes with the song.

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Virginia Beach travel: Playing in the surf at Sandbridge Beach.

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 27, 2011

Hurricane Ernesto had recently happened, so the surf was quite impressive. The kids had lots of fun. Real People having Real Fun! You can view this video & other travel videos in full screen near-DVD quality, slideshows & more, all with NO ADS, at jpmeyer.com. Sandbridge Beach, the "outer banks" of VA. Ocean front, semi oceanfront and bay view home & condo rentals & sales at Siebert-Realty.com.

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Where is a good place to go surf fishing close to Laie, HI?

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 20, 2011

I am going to college at BYU-Hawaii and I really want to get into surf fishing. I will literally have no gear to start with, and little knowledge on how to shore fish as opposed to lake fishing and river fishing which I have done my whole life.

What spots close to Laie are best? What gear can I get for a good price? And what is the best tactic for surf fishing, as far as whipping and dunking goes?

Jahi Point or Wilson’s Curve are some good spots.


Tuna Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico – WARNING! Graphic Content.

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 19, 2011

WARNING!!! Video may be too graphic for children. Here’s the first Yellowfin Tuna I caught in the Gulf of Mexico. I was introduced to the “tuna virgin” ritual. The heart is rubbed on your cheeks, then you take a big bite. It was a bit of a surprise, but it made the experience memorable. If you’re interested in chartering a fishing trip in the Gulf of Mexico, I recommend calling Captain Andy Cook at (504) 319-7300 or Captain Brett Ryan at (504) 231-1842.

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Sandy Hook surf fishing

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 19, 2011

Afew different days down at the hook with some good friends. Nothing too spectacular but a good time anyway.

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Saltwater Fishing – Giant Jack Crevalle

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 19, 2011

This is a Saltwater Fishing Video of my friend Joel Reeling in a Giant Fish called a Jack Crevalle.

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Great Days Surfing

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 17, 2011

I've been fortunate to have many great days out surfing some amazing waves. Here are a few pictures of some outstanding days in the waves. Thankfully spending lots of time in the pool helps keep you strong and makes it easier to catch those waves. There are lots of great Winston Salem pools (http://winstonsalempools.org) to help with that.

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do you know any fishing companies or tuna companies or factories in guam?

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 13, 2011

im having research for fishing companies in guam since we are looking forward to find tuna in guam..

Well, there is the Guam Fishermen’s Coop. Here’s their website: http://www.guamfishermenscoop.com/

There are also little fish stores which are run by islanders from other islands like Chuuk and Palau. The flea market has fish for sale as well.

There really are no large scale fisheries on Guam. If someone on Guam wants fish, they would either buy the frozen bag of fish, go fishing, or go to the fishermens coop.
Fresh fish is really dependent on what has been caught instead of a specialized kind of fish.


TUNA FISHING – My first bluefin tuna

Posted by Lauren Yanez on Sep 13, 2011

Went out of Indian River Inlet and headed 50 miles out. Started trolling six lines and withing the first 10-15 minutes we had four rods hit. We landed two. We released the smaller fish and kept the bigger.

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