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McCord, Lang, and Richard arrived in Nicaragua last week and not only killed the surfing but caught a macking Sailfish. Thanks guys for hanging with us and SUBU!!! www.ebosurfphoto.com www.surfandfish.com
28 Aug 2009
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We observed a surprising show on shootings of film in the sea. Beautiful Mermaid and Sailfishes! The unique phenomenon!
14 Aug 2008
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22 year old Whitney March is on a mission. She is going to fish with a different saltwater angler pro each week and try to become an expert angler. Each week she will target a different saltwater species. She will fish from Maine to Alabama and learn how to catch Stripers, Sharks, Sailfish, Wahoo, Red Drum, Flounder, Kingfish, Speckled Trout and much more. Whitney is seeking financial assistance to help get her new show aired on a high subscriber base cable network. Can you help? If so contact her at sailfishproductionsmac.com and she will send you a sample show and all of the information you need to get started.
11 Dec 2007
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Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Charters - Offshore Fishing Trips - Wahoo - Red Snapper, Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Charters - whether your tuna fishing, wahoo fishing, dorado fishing, amberjack fish, cobia, mangrove snapper tuna fishing, marlin sailfish, lem...
1 Apr 2010
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http://www.pelicanadventures.net Welcome to Your Home for Destin Fishing, Pelican Adventures. If you're planning to vacation in Destin, FL then we've got you covered from fishing the bay to snorkeling, all with great accommodations. You can have a great group fishing trip for only $110 (tax included). This price is per person and is a half day (or 6 hour trip). We can accommodate anywhere from 8 to 12 passengers on this trip. This is a great trip for a great price. Here's a small sampling of the fish you can catch while out on the water with us: Red Snapper, Grouper, Amber Jack, Trigger Fish, and Mingo. Private Charters Want to go a little more private for your Destin fishing adventure? No problem. Here's the skinny on our overnight trips, you get 6 hours or an overnight trip. The rate is $140-$160per hour (call for off-season rates) for the first 6 passengers. Each additional passenger is only 10% more. Sound good? Check out the fish you can catch when you go trolling with us…. Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, King Mackeral, Spanish Mackeral, Tuna, Sailfish, Cobia, etc. Bottom Fishing? Yep, we do that too; just see what kinds of fish you can expect by going Destin fishing with us! Red Snapper, Grouper, Amber Jack, Trigger Fish, Mingo Snapper, Sea Bass, etc. With generations of charter Destin fishing experience, Pelican Adventures has the knowledge and time investment to give you an excellent fishing adventure. Don't forget that your Destin fishing license, bait and tackle are included. But, you may want to bring 6-12 pack cooler with food and drinks, hand towel, camera, sun screen, sunglasses. By the way, all you fist Timers may want less drowsy motion sickness pills, it just makes the trip more enjoyable for everyone. What can I catch when Bay & Light Gulf fishing? How about…. Red Fish, Trout, Sheepshead, Flounder, Sailcats, Bluefish, Spanish Mackeral, Cobia, etc. How long can these trips be? 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 hr trips How much would this trip cost? Rate is $120 per hour for the boat and up to 4 passengers. http://www.pelicanadventures.net/shark_fishing.html The adrenaline rush of a life time! Shark fishing with Pelican Adventures is an awesome experience. Let us strap you into Stand-Up-Fighting Gear, Brace yourself and listen to that drag scream! 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 hr trips Rate is $150 per hour for the first 6 passengers. 10% for each additional passenger. The Pelican Adventures crew is here to serve you and help make your Destin fishing adventure an enjoyable one that you will remember for years to come. Our crew has a lot of knowledge and experience. How experienced are they? How about being third generation fishermen! Now that's experience. Rates are $30 for ages 12 and over $25 for children 11 under and Free for ages 4 under with one full price paying adult Come snorkel the beautiful Emerald Green Waters with a reliable well established company. We have an experienced, friendly crew waiting to guide you. Snorkel, feed the fish or soak up the sun's rays on the beach. We offer a 2 ½ -3 hour excursion, servicing up to 30 passengers per trip. Often while underway we get the joyous experience of watching the Dolphins playing in their natural habitat! A snorkel instructor is available on and off the vessel for any questions or assistance that may be needed. We provide sanitized equipment and fish food. We recommend that guests bring sunscreen, towel and cameras. This is a fun trip for all ages! Our crew is first aid, CPR & AED certified. Call 850-345-5443 for reservations. Video SEO Strategy by NetBiz Inc. http://seo-search-enginge-optimization.netbiz.com
6 Apr 2010
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Video of a recent fishing trip for sailfish and Marlin to Costa Rica
27 Jan 2008
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Pacific Sailfish while Fiji Fishing. Captain Adrian Watt Bite Me Gamefishing Charters www.GameFishingFiji.com www.GameFishingFiji.blogspot.com
14 Oct 2008
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Amazing Video of huge 160 lb Sailfish Jumping in Costa Rica.
13 Dec 2007
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Puerto Vallarta Fishing Sailfish Marlin Tournement 2007 video by Promovision Video Production Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
10 Sep 2007
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Puerto Vallarta Sportfishing reveiw Video Promo with PV Sportfishing. Catching, Marlin, Mahi mahi, Yellowfin tuna, Sailfish, and more.
21 Mar 2010
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IT'S NOT JUST A FISHING TRIP; IT'S A TOTAL FISHING ADVENTURE! LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN www.marineadventurescr.com
27 Apr 2009
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Superb blue water game fishing for wahoo, sailfish and marlin with Bite Me Fishing Charters awaits you at Matava in Kadavu, Fiji Islands. Bite Me Gamefishing Charters, Kadavu, Fiji Islands. www.GamefishingFiji.com www.GamefishingFiji.blogspot.com
30 Oct 2009
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Deep sea fishing in the Lamu archipelago waters is famous worldwide both for its variety and for the quantity of sport fish caught, including Marlin (striped, black and blue), Sailfish, Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Barracuda, Giant Trevally and Kingfish. The best fishing season is from October through to April and is a wonderful way to spend either a half or full day out on the Indian Ocean. Deep-sea fishing requires 24 hours notice. With superb seafront views over the Ras Kitau bay and Shela village; guests at The Majlis enjoy an idyllic setting and luxury accommodation where they can relax and make the most of the Lamu Archipelago's unaffected charm and extensive recreational activities. 0n the beach holidays; we offer you an opportunity to discover various historical sites; which are still relatively untouched and unexplored.
29 Apr 2011
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Superb blue water game fishing for wahoo, sailfish and marlin with Bite Me Fishing Charters awaits you at Matava in Kadavu, Fiji Islands. Bite Me Gamefishing Charters, Kadavu, Fiji Islands. www.GamefishingFiji.com www.GamefishingFiji.blogspot.com
30 Oct 2009
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Superb blue water game fishing for wahoo, sailfish and marlin with Bite Me Fishing Charters awaits you at Matava in Kadavu, Fiji Islands. Bite Me Gamefishing Charters, Kadavu, Fiji Islands. www.GamefishingFiji.com www.GamefishingFiji.blogspot.com
30 Oct 2009
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http://SupremeMasterTV.com – THE WORLD AROUND US Díli, Vibrant and Faith-filled Capital of Timor-Leste. Episode: 1655, Air Date: 27 March 2011. Welcome, loving viewers, to The World Around Us. Today, we will travel to a tropical island country where the Pacific and Indian Oceans meet. Southeast of Indonesia and north of Australia, across the Timor Sea is the lovely country of Timor-Leste, which consists of three islands and a separate exclave. These include the eastern half of the Timor island, an exclave on the northwestern side of the island, as well as the nearby two peripheral islands Atauro and Jaco. As the easternmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, Timor-Leste is beautifully called the “eastern rising sun” in Tetum, one of the official languages of the nation. Timor-Leste beautifies our Earth with unique flora and fauna over her picturesque mountains and fields. Like her neighbor Indonesia, Timor-Leste is the home of pristine rainforest that supports rich wildlife, with precious animal species including 250 kinds of birds of Asian and Australian origins. In those forests, one can also find many precious native plants, such as sandalwood. Besides being a home to abundant wildlife, Timor-Leste also presents our world with an underwater wilderness. The landscapes of Timor-Leste are decorated with waterfalls, tropical flowers, as well as precious metals and stones such as gold, manganese and marble. Smooth beaches outline the extended coast with soft white sand and volcanic black sand. Resting off the north coast is an underwater precipice known as the Wetar Strait. This three-kilometer deep marine trench is a flowing ocean corridor welcoming the migrating whales, dolphins, tuna and sailfish. Also along the north coast, Timor-Leste’s pleasant cities prosper, blending natural beauty with the amazing culture of her people. The largest city and the nation’s capital, Díli, is an important port in the region as well as a commercial center. Here, in the relaxing mild ocean breeze, life in Díli is vibrant and full of hope. Commerce, culture, art and other activities flourish. I am José Maia, pastor of the Parish of Suai. Now I'm here in Díli, the Díli Cathedral. I came here yesterday already to follow the celebration Youth Cross in Aileu today. National Youth Cross is most important to us, for the Timorese, because through the Youth Cross, all youth gather, not only youngsters, but all older ones, all the Christians in Timor-Leste to celebrate, to dialogue on Christian unity as well as national unity. The people of Timor-Leste consist of Austronesians, Papuans, and a small Chinese community. As evidenced in the early cave paintings, stone carvings, and pottery, human activity on Timor Island started 4,000 years ago. Today, the city of Díli has been completely rejuvenated. The more modern cultural center, known as Uma Fukun, or “living art,” complements the antique market, which was transformed into a broad space for conventions and exhibitions for arts and crafts. Díli’s streets welcome people from all around the world with their local art creations of wood and beautifully woven fabric. Over a dozen shops congregate in the weaving market, where Timor-Leste women will weave the beautiful legendary textile, called “tais,” right in front visitors’ eyes. It is an inspiration to see the elegance of both the traditional and modern patterns as we watch how it is made! With vibrant colors and creative designs, Timor-Leste’s women have expressed their artistic sensitivity for generations through their fine daily work of weaving. A few steps further on the road is the fruit and vegetable market. There, the tropical vegetables and fruits will satisfy with their freshness and flavors. Díli is renowned for its beaches, Areia Branca beach in particular. An elegant white sandy beach, Areia Branca is very inviting to local residents and visitors alike to come and play, exercise or dance, or simply enjoy the ocean breeze. The waterfront remains a center of activity for young and old, from dawn till night. A park separates the beach from the road, with banyan trees and benches offering an excellent place to cool oneself in the shade. Of course, there are few things more beautiful than an evening in Díli by the sea. Timor-Leste is one of the only two predominantly Roman Catholic countries in Asia, along with the Philippines. The people of Timor-Leste have a long and strong spiritual lineage of the Christian faith, which has coexisted with a local animist tradition, as well as Islam, Protestant Christianity and Buddhism. The history of the Catholic Church has given the city of Díli magnificent cathedrals, as well as monuments and statues of saints. Díli’s grandest Catholic church is the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, which is also the largest cathedral in Southeast Asia. Welcoming 1,800 people every Sunday, the church has a spacious entrance hall, soft yet bright lightening, open windows, and a beautiful oval-shaped shrine paying homage to Jesus Christ. It is here where Father José António da Costa briefly introduced the past experience of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. My name is Father José António da Costa. I've been here in this church for almost 20 years, but I am a priest for 43 years. The cathedral church represents the bishop's church. In a Catholic diocese, there is always a cathedral church, the mother church in a diocese. This church was later restored, from September of 2008, and December 2009 it was inaugurated. As we can see the sign back there, made of stone, on which was written for the inauguration, “inaugurated by the President of the Republic and blessed by the bishop of the diocese Bishop Alberto Ricardo.” Three kilometers east from Areia Branca beach, on a hilltop at the end of the Fatucama peninsula, a grand statue of Lord Jesus stands on top of a globe, facing the ocean with his arms lovingly open. This awe-inspiring 27-meter tall statue is called the Cristo Rei, which literal means “Christ the King,” and is the second tallest statue of its kind. Designed by Indonesian Muslim artist Mochamad Syailillah, or Bolil, the statue was officially unveiled in 1996 by the President Suharto of Indonesia, as a gift of peaceful wishes from the Indonesian government to the people of Timor-Leste. For years, the sublime image of Jesus Christ gave hope through the country’s challenges, touching the hearts of those who have gazed upon him. When speaking about the history of Timor-Leste, one cannot help but appreciate the Christian faith’s role in promoting peace. Back in 1989, Pope John Paul II urged for nonviolence in his special visit to Timor-Leste and called upon the people to “love and pray for your enemies.” In addition, the bishops and pastors of the Catholic churches in Timor-Leste have acted as peace advocates in times of need. In recognition of their collaborative work towards a peaceful solution for the nation, retired bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, together with the second President of Timor-Leste Jose Manuel Ramos-Horta, who was then Prime Minister, received the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize. Every Sunday morning, about 2,000 Christians come to mass; in the afternoon, some 500 to 600. During the mass, we seek to talk about the Gospel, but also whenever there is an occasion, we appeal to Christians to live in peace, solidarity and brotherhood with all people who live in society together with the parish. As a peace messenger in Timor-Leste, Roman Catholic churches have increased eight-fold in number nationwide over the past decades. Youth have become the most sincere and active members of this Christ- and peace-loving community. For Timor-Leste, the future is bright. I come to church, it is important, because we Christian people must be diligent in continuing to come to the church. We come to the church every week because we, as good Christians, should follow what God wills, such as if we make mistakes, every week we should be diligent coming to the church for confession. The Cross is most important to us, the Timorese, but especially for young people of Timor, to gather us all in the dialogue to create peace on our Earth, especially in Timor-Leste. At the end of our journey, we appreciate once again the beauty of Timor-Leste and her capital city, Díli. In this land, we see together the magnificence of statues and cathedrals, the liveliness in the streets, and the gracefulness of nature, all combined with the friendliness and faith of the Timorese people. May Díli and all of Timor-Leste continue to flourish and live in peace and happiness. We sincerely thank the Government of Timor-Leste’s Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry, for graciously providing us with videos highlighting the beauty of Díli and the country and for your supportive spirit to help make this program possible. For more information on Timor-Leste, please visit Travel-loving viewers, thank you for your company today on The World Around Us. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for Words of Wisdom, coming up next after Noteworthy News. May faith in Heaven be with you always.
26 May 2011
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