Spring Break has ended in the Caribbean. We crammed 5 extra people into our humble apartment for a week's worth of adventure. Looking back, I realize that a good percentage of that time was spent fishing. As it should be.
Below is a brief sampler of what was landed. We managed some interesting diversity. Stories will follow over the coming days. Enjoy.
Tom said he wanted to catch a jack, or something. His wish was granted on the first night.
Later in the week, we managed to get the now-traditional photo of Tom wrestling with a tarpon we landed a bit too green.
The halo of light thrown by the lone streetlight is a beacon for sea life.
Patent-pending coral and rock beer cooler.
Tom said he wanted to see, cast to and catch a bonefish on his own. His 2nd wish was granted on our last day.
Justin surveying the scene.
Brian landed a beast jack that almost spooled him.
Justin landed a massive tarpon on his first night here. It was a hell of a way to start the trip.
Matt hooked the demon fish while live-baiting for tarpon. We didn't know what it was until just before landing it.
A smallish bonefish of mine.
Keeping the lookout.