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... t been all that interested. He says its too easy to catch the little ones which must be thrown back. Whenever he hooks a big fish, the 8 lb. test line snaps, losing steel leader and hook and fish. He's used up all his big hooks, but still has 6 of ten steel leaders left. He'll will need to get more large hooks at a local store next time we're out. And if he is able to bring in something big, which is very likely, if the line holds up, once he gets ...
... checked the weather over night we decide to stay out for another day as winds still to strong to head North to Abacos.. 3rd night we decide to do an anchor watch so all take shifts - needless to say , we did not move at all and managed to stay put next to our trusty landmark The Buoy all night long! At 6.30 Sal prepares the boat to leave, rallies the skip from his slumber and we picked up anchor and headed off for the ...
were fish everywhere. Every direction I
looked in there was sea life of every colour and size imaginable. I had inadvertently stumbled upon a large
area of coral reef. The water was not
deep at all but the coral is delicate and the surrounding rocks….well,
rocky. I managed to float myself out on
my tummy and scan the coral as I went deeper.
I saw electric blue coloured fish, bright yellow fish, fish which looked
... bound for East End Point, the very southern tip of Eleuthera. We were able to consider the anchorage there at Lighthouse Bay because conditions would be reasonably mild with NE wind. This route would first take us directly eastward from Rock Sound toward Powell Point, aka Cape Eleuthera, across approx. 8 nm of The Bight which is strewn with very shallow sand shoals, some of which are exposed at low tide. This is the only real shallow ...