No, the colors have not been messed with.
Should be able to handle a naval destroyer...at least.
A Monroe County Sheriff's boat was acting the role of perp.
They said all the spinys they'd seen were undersized.
Note the diving flag mounted on a float...to advertise the presence of divers and hopefully keep from having some clod run over them.
Probably deciding which one of them will volunteer next to make a mess out of Shoo-Fly.
Maybe the lady iguanas think he's hot?
Wind continues to be a problem...but I'm feeling better each day.
Meanwhile, in other news...
• “Losing the Glades: The Ghosts of the Bonefish,” by Alan Farago
|“On visits to watery Biscayne National Park, I am reminded of the simple shock that one can still view signposts of the natural past despite a hundred years of pollution, the mangrove cutting and wetlands filling, and general disregard of elected officials for laws, regulations and lax enforcement.”|
Thanks to Val S. for the tip on this article.
• Winter Doldrums, Slow Fishing, Try Dead-Sticking
|“Most fishermen make the mistake of sticking with the lure cadence they found success with during warmer months. If you find the fish are resisting your best presentations, try dead sticking.”>|