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Fish,Eat, Drink,Sleep

Lets see what has happened since some of you have been drooling over the conch salad. Steve from Whitefish, Montana was here for his first bonefish experience and the weather did not cooperate very much. He was guided by Bahamian guide Tommy Kee. First day in local waters was ok and he got a couple nice ones which were his first. Next day up north was a real bust as the water was cold and fish were not on the flats. Third day on the west side it was slow in the morning as it was cloudy and poor visibility. Steve told me at this point he was getting very frustrated. Early in the afternoon the clouds parted, the sun came out and so did the fish. He soon hooked up with a 6 or 7 pound fish and then all was well. It’s amazing what a big fish will do to a persons attitude. Whether salt water or trout streams in Montana, it has the same effect. He said for the rest of the day it was great with lots of shots at lots of fish. As for the numbers of fish he boated he said it was not important as the action was hot and fun. When Reliable Johnny the taxi driver picked him up here at Hank’s this morning he was wearing a smile and quoted MacArthur as he was leaving the Philipinnes in WW2 (I shall return).

Today was very warm and even now at 8 pm it’s still almost a/c time. Dan Delekta, his dad John who is 88 years young and I went out today bottom fishing for snapper and such. I’ll just say we caught enough to feed a couple of us. I tink Dan has to eat chicken tonight.


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