Very large group of cormorants with a couple of white pelicans thrown in.
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They didn't feature us getting close to them
Apparently a pelican rest area.
Wayne and I saw hundreds, if not thousands, of crevale jacks at one of the keys whose shore we fished.
Managed to get a couple on the fly rod. You can't see the fish in the water but the bend of the rod tells the story.
We saw a Sawfish that had to be at least seven feet long.
• Meanwhile, in other news...
• Comet to Be Visible
|“The first of two comets heading toward the sun this year made its closest approach to Earth on Tuesday and will be visible in the Northern Hemisphere beginning on Thursday.”|
• Fisheries Economics of the U.S. Highlights Positive Trends
|“Today we released the report Fisheries Economics of the United States 2011. The report provides economic statistics on U.S. commercial and recreational fisheries and marine-related businesses for each coastal state and the nation….|
”This report highlights that U.S. commercial and recreational saltwater fishing combined, generated more than $199 billion in sales and supported 1.7 million jobs in the nation's economy in 2011. Both the landings and value climbed in 2011, demonstrating U.S. fisheries are moving in the right direction….
” Recreational fishing generated $70 billion in sales impacts, $20 billion in income impacts, and supported 455,000 jobs in 2011….”