26 February 2014

• #41: Islamorada Journal 2014…27 FEB



On Tuesday Wayne and I motored out in search of permit.

Conditions were mirror-like.

We saw only one permit...got no shot at him.

Did see several tarpon including a group of five. Wayne put a live crab on their noses but got no takers.

Egbert gets around.

Here he is out on the end of a sandbar...waiting for a snack to swim by.

It was a beautiful day out on the water...we saw manatees, dolphins, a few rays and sharks.

Not much to report in the way of caught fish, however.



• Meanwhile, in other news...


• Tuna: To Eat, or Not to Eat?

“In 1950, when tuna usually ended up in sandwiches and casseroles, the worldwide catch totaled an estimated 660,000 tons (600,000 metric tons). Today that annual number has grown to more than 7 million tons (6.6 million metric tons) as the fish has gone gourmet and demand has soared.

”The tuna boom has led to a host of concerns about the global fishing business, the state of our oceans, and the health impact of consuming an apex predator.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NationalGeographic.com


• Greenwich, CT: Fly Fishing

“Yates will share his passion for fishing and protection of Long Island Sound in an indoor talk, "Fly Fishing the Beaches of Fairfield County: Chasing Striped Bass and Bluefish in Long Island Sound," at the Bruce Museum Seaside Center at Greenwich Point Park on Sunday, March 2.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: CTPost.com


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