CP, his daughter Kelly and her friend Pat fished a morning half today, getting in their last possible fishing day of 2022. Caught more than enough for dinner on another gorgeous day here in Islamorada. CP will be back on Monday for a longer day, to start the year off right with a fishing trip on the KK.
Hank, Rosalyn and Patrick had a great day with captain Dave a few days ago while we were out of town. They caught a lot of yellowtail snapper, some of which they took to a local restaurant and the rest they had shipped back home to enjoy over the Christmas holidays.
The KK is out of the boatyard, polished, painted and all ready for another great season.
Christmas day temperatures here in the keys were not what we normally expect to see this time of the year. They started dropping on Saturday and by Sunday were hovering around 50 degrees, not and ideal fishing day but Jake and his boys Grant and Charlie were game so off they went with captain Dave. They were able to catch a dozen or so snapper for their evening dinner and one sailfish for the show. Nice work Dave on a rough cold day.
Monday I rode along with CP and Joe on a difficult fishing day where we caught plenty of fish for the dinner planned that night, but struggled to do so.
Tuesday Dave took CP, Joe, John and Carley (no review Carley) out and they put a great catch of yellowtail and silk snapper on the dock. This was the second day in a row that CP was able to stay in the boat. We all hope this is a trend and we don't ever have to use the "man over board" button again. Nice job CP!
This is Captain Dave keeping you updated on our recent fishing adventures