Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sailing off Cape Canaveral

Again a gorgeous day.  Caught about a 3 foot long King Mackerel which of course got away as we tried to bring it into the boat.Was too busy to take photos.  Sailboats are not really fishing boats and it is not that easy to land a big fish, especially when it has teeth and the captain and crew are sailors and not fishermen.  Next time though this captain sails with a good sharp gaff.  Anyway  temperature was mid 80s, winds out of the ESE at 12 to 15 and seas about 3-4ft.  Back at the dock caught an angel fish which of course went back in, then a flounder which was my dinner.    

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