Hopped on a buddies ride 25' SeaVee that looked like its never seen blood before. Think I fell in love with this boat on this day. Busted out of SLI and went to check for bait to find none of us had Sabikis. LOL All good made our decision on what we were going to do easy. Pointed south east and made it to 120' on a little rip with scattered weed and birds. Put 4 lines out and 5 min later all 4 are going off. With 3 guys on the boat we got all 4 in. Nice schoolies that turned the front of the boat to a bloody mess. Set back up and just get all cleaned up and 3 lines are out 4th getting ready and now we have a double. Get both in the box with a little less mess. Reset and start working the line again and proceeded to pick away at the phins. Multiple doubles and a few singles. Well we decided to leave fish to go find fish and well you all know how that goes. Picked up and ran southeast and this when I fell in love with this boat. It handled a 4ft choppy with ease. Little wet but no slammin and we were moving along pretty good. Well we didnt stay out there long as the seas were much bigger offshore then inshore and we decided to head in and look for cobia that we never found but sure do wish we had some dive gear cause pecks was clear. Called it a day and started the cleaning processes. Finished the day 10-15 on phins.
BONES AND BOOMER. :dog :dog LET'S MAKE EVERY TRIP COUNT
L.G. LIFE IS GOOD ON THE "LET'S GO!"
― Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea
Congrats on the phins...
You did that boat proud!!!!!
As Bo said (Let's Go), a bloody boat is a happy boat!
PLANE FISH N
Childs play compared to that monster you caught a few weeks ago.