Hard Aground

There is a big boat in the harbor, well big for this harbor and he is loaded with big fuel tanks, tractors, trucks etc. He has been jockeying around for the last two hours trying to back into the dock and he jockeyed just a bit too much with this low tide and is now hard aground and not too many feet from Audrey’s boat.

Just finished chowing down on fresh cuda that Don caught today. It was a nice one about 40 inches. John had all the fillets on a platter and after we ate our fill there were some Bahamian lady’s who finished off the platter. They had already ordered their dinner but when they found we had cuda they couldn’t resist that also. The Bahamians love cudas.

Weather was pleasant today but we only had good visibility with the sun for about an hour or so. We just got on a flat in the back country and started seeing fish when the clouds came over and we were screwed mon. Dennis got a nice amber jack out of the blue hole north of Beef Cay.


  1. hey Bro – sounds like the island continues to be a better alternative to Montana. Weather in the US has been cold this year – here in Chicago it has been feeling like Fargo.
    In case I dont get a chance to log in – I want to wish you a Happy Birthday (a bit early). For those of you who read this blog – you should know Al’s birthday is Feb 19th. Since he is too far away to share a birthday toast – we might have to do it virtually – on line.
    Happy Birthday!

  2. My birthday is today Al. The big three-O! Anyways happy B-day a couple days early. Can’t waint to get down there. 59 days and counting! Keep up the reports they have been great.!

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