Sunday, January 16, 2011

Okay Day

Today was one of those weird fishing days.  We caught fish all day, but the bite never got kicked into high gear.  We did lose a large number of good size fish that were chewed by a variety of predators. Even when we were trying to catch bait the cero mackerel kept them spooked, so we just went with the flow and put several good size cero's in the box along with a 'cuda that was munching on stuff at the bait barge. Danny (left in photo) had not done that much fishing so the 'cuda was exciting for him plus watching Jew fish and other 'cudas trying to eat the ceros. 

I can't complain too much though.  Even a slow day for me is better than most have on a good day.  Hopefully, the weather will cooperate tomorrow and I can put them on a better bite.  As it was Danny was starting to get a little worn out fighting the fish we did find.  The final tally was three kings, about a half dozen ceros, maybe 10 decent size mangroves, one pair of grouper lips and a lot of fish that got away.  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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