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Giant Rare Fish Ashore In Ilocandia

Not just one but two giant sunfish come ashore in the coastal village of Darapidap, Candon City, Ilocos Sur.  Commonly known to fishermen as “mola-mola”, sunfish is considered to be a rare kind but not endangered or protected fish in aquamarine marine species.  187 more words

Ilocos Sur

production of a Sunfish top cover [video]

here is a neat little video showing how SLO Sail & Canvas fabricates their top covers for the Sunfish sailboat.

I first saw the video over at Panda’s blog… 17 more words


my2fish blog's 5th birthday

five years.  can you believe it?  sometimes I hardly can.

the my2fish blog about Sunfish sailing turns 5 years old on July 17th.

high fives all around.


a DIY Sunfish rudder build [video]

saw this video posted on the Sunfish Forum.

thoughts? it certainly is pretty creative.  also quite simple and fairly low cost.

I didn’t realize you could flatten PVC like that – but I’d worry about it’s long term strength. 104 more words


july 2014 sunfish midwest schedule

I was a bit distracted over the July 4th weekend, so apologize that I am late posting this. there are (5) Sunfish races in the Midwest Region during the month of July. 226 more words


Sunfish hull repair method

here is an excellent video created by Shoreline Sailboats on Sunfish hull repair.  Shoreline Sailboats is an authorized Laser Performance dealer in western New York. 56 more words


Fishy Fact No.9

A female sunfish can lay up to 300 million eggs each year.

A female sunfish can lay 300 million eggs each year and each egg is smaller than the full stop at the end of a sentence.