Monday, February 25, 2008

did you ever see a episode of flipper it was real one

How can words describe the extreme fun of snorkeling and fishing in Key West. I can tell you some of the highlight's, a few nurse sharks were chilling on the bottom, I had great fun snuggling up with them with my camera. When we were fishing we caught a huge sting ray and I went in untangled him from some spot at the reef. He took off pulling me while I held on to the fishing line. We caught lots of fun stuff see pictures

Sunday, February 24, 2008

life like a dew drop on a blade of grass on a hot day

If only every day could be like this, dolphins at play, even a spotted eagle ray caught our nature loving glance, wow orgasmic ocean overload to all the senses. The waters around Key West became crystal clear as we cruised along, we saw schools of fish cruising, one school of pompanos was swimming with three nurse sharks. I thought how weird I didn't know they hung out together. Also we we saw some turtles that darted under as we approached, they also could not hide from our peering eyes from above as the yacht Delphine made her through the transparent ocean. At the reef I couldn't wait to hang out with the reef inhabitants. We came across a school of fish under the reef, funny because they all unknowingly were huddled up against a nurse shark just waiting for his belly to say its time for dinner. "see the video" Fishing was awesome everybody caught fish.

Friday, February 22, 2008

how much fun can you have the oceans the limet

How do you describe the feeling of swimming in a huge school of fish, all of them not seeming to mind you, instead looking at you curiously as if they had never seen anything like you before. The blue clear Caribbean water surrounded us at the reef making for some great diving. The fishing was awesome, everyone caught lots of fish and had lots of great battles at sea with worthy fish opponents. [CLICK ON PICTURE]

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

key west in my opinion is best fishing in the world

Snorkeling was a bit foggy compared to its usual clearity, the wind changed the blue clear water it had moved it away from the reef. The visabilty was still fine at my reef its very shallow easy to see in any conditions. The fishing was great, caught about 50 fish , a couple of nice black groupers. The tarpon loved are feeding later.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

nice snorkel at the worlds 3rd longest living organism

We cruised the reef like big fish out for a stroll about the neighborhood. Everyone caught fish today while the sun smiled down on us all day. There was a nice breeze, like a fan on us, awww refreshing.

Friday, February 15, 2008

how lucky to snorkel & fish here in key west FLA

The blue water was in, making for a beautiful snorkel. We skimmed the reef spellbound by its exterme beauty. Its always nice to hear the bantering of the neat stuff they just saw, heard and felt. Fishing was great we filled the bucket, its always a treat to see people of all ages reeling in those reluctant fish .

Monday, February 11, 2008

95 fish caught at boca chica happy canadian fellows

It was extraordinary, the fish jumped on the hooks fast as they hit the water it should be called catching not fishing here in sunny tropical Key West Florida. A few groupers made us real happy and a terrific battle with a reluctant nurse shark.
Back at the tarpon feeding spot we made some full bellies for my finned friends. A green morray eel came by for a bite, see the video of us feed this fanged fellow.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

huge spotted eagel ray swam with us magicaly calm

It was an incredible summery day as we made are way snorkeling around the reef. Tons of fish swam about, it was like Marti Gras in New Orleans. It always amazes me the brilliance of the sea, the life bombards your senses. One of the girls swimming next to me says what's that gaint thing over there, I look over and its a huge spotted eagle ray with a ten foot wing span. Beautiful, the way it soars and flys like a huge bird effortlessly through the abyss of magnificant colors and it's unique bonnet looking head. We let out some chum at a nearby reef, infesting the reef with our heavenly fish scent, surrounding the boat with fish. The rods bent going of left and right filling the bucket with some whoopers by some sporty female angelers.

Monday, February 4, 2008

clear water fish ate are bait fast as hooks hit water

We had a nice snorkel, it was a bit wavey. We filled the bucket with a hugh amount of fish, it was great fun feeding the tarpons. You have probable seen my underwater pictures of us feeding the tarpon in and out of the water, there were a few times I have had to fight to get my camera out of the hungry jaws of the tarpon, thank goodness for a strong landyard. Today one guy's under water desposible camera got eaten by a hundered pounder and his rubber lanyard broke and the tarpon swallowed the camera, bet he has indigestion tonight.