Wednesday, November 17, 2010

It's the Keys

I started off this morning planning to revise the local restaurant section now that season is getting closer.  Wifi access was to be  part of the reviews since many like to check their emails.  That got shot to heck so I will give it another shot Friday.  Some of the places I visited today are adding internet access so the list will be better anyway.

I got a couple of calls about a friend planning to get married.  Just as I was planning my intervention, they decided they want me to perform the ceremony.  I have never performed a ceremony sober, so I may need to get tuned up for the event.  They are planning on having it at  bar after all.

I fished last Saturday.  The wind was against the current so it was slow on the reef.  We caught enough mangroves for dinner, but the bait did not want to play.  That messed up our chance for sailfish.  The sailfish are pretty thick right now but a little finicky about the bait they want.  Live ballyhoo is the ticket most of the time.  For something heavier I found a bunch of good size jacks for them to play with plus a 'cuda.  Since they lost a good many big fish I may redo my post on braided line again.  Braid don't make a light rod heavy.

The leg hung in there good so I am back on the clock until I screw something else up.  Everything is wide open until December, then I have a few scatter trips scheduled.  The economy is still messing with a lot of people.  If you are planning on running up your credit card bills before filing bankruptcy, we have some great fishing deals.  Just remember that the Keys are really a part of the United States, so the IRS and a good many lawyers know how to track you down.  I have a standing offer for any IRS guys to come down fishing.  With penalties and interest for losing fish it should be a win win kinda thing.  I prefer not to fish with lawyers since they already know most of my jokes.

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

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