|02-21-2007 12:56 PM|
Sounds like you're on one hell of a trip! Any photos?
|02-21-2007 11:33 AM|
Juro: I'm particularly interested in the finer points of your trip. I plan on boating over to Culebra from ST.Thomas in a couple weeks with a buddy from NH and would love a detailed account of your trip. Can'y wait to see your video!
|02-21-2007 08:48 AM|
Could you, at your leisure, give us a blow by blow of Culebra. The fish but also -
things like wading/or boat, DIY/or guide, accomodations, etc. EVERYTHING, inguiring minds have to know !!!!
|02-21-2007 08:16 AM|
Back to the grind... with no trace but some sunburn to show for it.
Well the video clips will blow you mind
|02-20-2007 12:29 PM|
|SteelBoneguy||Excellent!! I can't wait. There is not a deep enough shade of green to show how envy I am..|
|02-20-2007 11:39 AM|
Culebra was freaking awesome
HUGE permit, giant tarpon, d/d bones here
However the local bartenders have a way of making me miss the morning tides
Permit,tarpon video coming
Talk later Bros
|02-19-2007 01:04 PM|
AWESOME!!! How big were the fish you jumped? I'm kinda confused on the 30lb leader, you were talking about. Do you mean 30lb butt section or bite tippet? I wish you luck and safe travels.
High temp here today 30... and it is windy..
|02-17-2007 08:21 AM|
|Eddie||what a cool adventure. sigh......|
|02-17-2007 07:48 AM|
|02-17-2007 02:41 AM|
|Dave17||Oh you dog!!! I didn't know you were going!|
|02-17-2007 01:25 AM|
|andre||keep em coming, however my expectations are to hear stories of lots of fish hooked.|
|02-16-2007 08:51 PM|
Checking in from the land of giant tarpon
jumped 4 today, broke down and rented a small skiff for two hours - should have started in the morning from the boat but rented noon - 2pm the worst time for sun and slow fishing but still had 8 or 9 takes with four jumped zero landed
moved on to get the rental car back to SJ long drive lots of traffic
walked miles of grass flats yesterday mid-day, no bones or permit seen but I saw two from the boat in flight today as I cruised over a large flat between two mangrove islands
frankly I mostly hiked cliffs and swam incredible beaches and chewed the fat with locals, fishermen are common here only took a dozen casts the first day but those were at 75 pound tarpon from shore (video coming)
today I actually pulled the fly away from 5-6 foot fish to save my only killer fly, a big ass creeper (the PNW guys know this pattern I developed for summer steelhead) hooked fish that were much more reasonable in size instead
30# leader is useless, cut the butt section down to a foot from the line to hold them they learn quick, have to keep moving
have not been able to wake up early yet to find them rolling in lagoons all in areas facing open water
not as good as I would have thought but it's probably my learning curve and lack of a boat in most spots
heading to other locales will check in again later