Finally out after Irma

New dock, 70% new lift parts and new install after using forklift to get out of ocean :( . Back in biz.
Ceros in today gulf 10 foot of water 
One under size Cobia
Assorted snapper. No Kings . Now if the wind will just slow down under 12 I can get out looking for wahoo and that mythical 50 lb fin. 

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  • AOKRVsAOKRVs Posts: 1,956 Captain
    That is great and you caught fish - nice
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  • Gary MGary M Posts: 13,182 AG
    Nice job getting out!

    I'm still finishing Irma repairs but my guys built an awesome fish table roof to replace the one that collapsed and cracked my composite table......
  • Soda PopinskiSoda Popinski GrovelandPosts: 10,700 AG
    Awe Gary that sucks, that sucker was brand new wasn't it?  
    People use statistics the way a drunk uses a street light, for support rather than illumination.
  • Gary MGary M Posts: 13,182 AG
    Awe Gary that sucks, that sucker was brand new wasn't it?  
    Yeah, pretty new and the awesome decking on the dock got a bit roughed up as the fish table roof collapsed right down on the table and the decking. 

    Somebody here posted a link to a post-storm Satellite photo that you could zoom down on. I did that with the Key Largo house and started counting 'roofs'! House roof-Okay. Outside gazebo roof-Okay. Fish table roof-Okay. Or so I thought! Because the roof collapsed mostly straight down, it looked to be okay but in reality it was laying ON the table!

    Oh well, not a drop of saltwater IN the house, even though we ended up with seaweed in FRONT of the house!
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