Thursday, August 21, 2008

After Fay and Other Stuff

Tropical Storm Fay came through a few days ago so no fishing reports. The yellowtail bite on the reef should be hot as a firecracker for the next few days though. Fay didn't do much damage. We never lost power and the cable only blinked off for a few minutes. After taking care of the boats it was great napping weather.

Tourist are starting to trickle in now. With Fay stalled over Daytona it may take a while before the North Florida regulars can get away for a Keys fishing trip. You South Florida folks may want to wade out to your car and come on down for some fishing.

As mentioned in the earlier post the fish cleaning table is coming along nicely. We will be looking for a few volunteers to help test the table pretty soon. What we are looking for is a few crafty kind of folks that can build base stands or cabinets for the top. Then send us some nice pictures and hopefully good reviews of the table. We can still make a few tweaks to the design if need be based on the feedback. The table will probably be free for the volunteers though we may have to charge for shipping.

We will also be looking for distributors in various locations around the world. Anyone wanting to sell the tops keep checking back and I will give out the web address for the marketing director when we are ready to go.

In the photo above is is a view of the bucket holder. Let us know what you think.

Marathon in the Florida Keys should be your next fishing vacation destination. Join us for charter fishing, fishing guide trips or our fishing 101 so you can fish on your own with better success.

Tight lines,

Capt. Dallas

1 comment:

  1. Capt Dallas,
    My name is Allen Lipson. I am an active duty Marine stationed in Jacksonville, NC. at Camp Lejeune. I am an avid inshore and nearshore fisherman. I have been looking for a quality table and that is how i came accross your design. I would love to have one of these to try if you are still looking for testers. I would love to spread the word about them up hear on the coast of North Carolina.Allen Lipson