Friends

Yesterday was my birthday and as much as I tried to keep it quiet it didn’t work. I tell people I don’t have birthdays any more, I had enough. Well Hank and Eva conjured up a surprise party for me. The cake actually came from a bakery in Nassau. Hank …

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Dry Rage

Huge Surge Dry rage is what the locals call this huge surge. This is about the closest I wanted to get with my boat. This is a   very dangerous condition. Wind was absolutely calm and it was a bright clear day. One local said this happens  when the wind  is …

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Sea Rescue

Fifty foot sailboat being pulled off the reef. We got a report last night that a big sailboat had run aground on the reef as it had lost it’s rudder. Hank and I went out this morning to  check it out with my boat. We judged to get there right …

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Helluva Day

Hank and Al boating a big bull shark Well it was another day with the competition again fierce. The results were about even—–until. We were at the dock cleaning our catch of the day when these three big bull sharks showed up. Hank said he was going to get his …

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On Island

I arrived on the island 4 days ago and have still not gone fishing. Just kind of hanging around enjoying the climate. Kind  of doing the  same thing  as my friend in the  picture. Enjoying a Cuban cigar, Bahamian Kalik beer and waiting for Speedy to finish making a conch  …

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West Side Tarpon

If you zoom in you can definitely see the tarpon and fly rod. More pics will be coming from the video on Tommy’s camera. This is some of the action from yesterday on the west side with Tommy Kee, Morten and myself. First tarpon for Morten and as  soon as …

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Bush Adventure

Cross that channel on that flat and there is endless white sand bottom to wade to your hearts content. Just be sure to head back before the tide gets too high or just figure on swimming back across. Yesterday Hank and I went on an adventure back in the bush that  was …

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