Man, what a day. It started out good and only improved!
Not to sound like a broken record, but the weather was, once again, BEAUTIFUL! Fishing was great too. We started out our day with a wahoo, which was fine, but today I decided to get some quality time in the deep, so off I went. It’s always a roll of the dice, but this time we rolled the right way. The next thing that happened was a doubleheader of sailfish. Dave and Laura both successfully caught and released one. Next on my list of things to do was to find some yellowfins. Well, I found a lot of birds and we got covered up twice, but most of what we caught were big oceanic bonitos, and not our targeted species. We did manage to pull three yellowfins out of it though. I found a patch of grass with some dolphin around it, and we caught a few, but the best was yet to come. I found a tree floating out there that was loaded down with gaffers and big bailers. We killed ’em. It was a beautiful thing. As we trolled back inshore, we hooked another sailfish, so Dwayne wasn’t left out of the billfish action. He angled it to the boat for a picture and a release. Since we didn’t get a photo of Laura’s sailfish, she had to catch a nice wahoo at the end of the day to get her picture made! Thanks again Dwayne for a wonderful day offshore!
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