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key largo, Florida
October 7, 2009
February 6, 2001
This is a nice way to go if you have a family, or want to introduce someone to the world of fishing. If you are uncomfortable baiting your own hook.... don’t worry...the mate will take good care of you!
The only difficulty from a REAL FISHERMANS point of view is that this boat mainly allows bottom fishing only, because if there are more than 25 patrons (boat takes 50), you can guarantee that lines will be tangled! There are 4 coveted and staked out special spots at the very back of the boat, where the die-hards fight for space to cast.... and you will find me there!!!!
This boat didn't use "chumbags", and on this trip there were 4 of us girls who caught fish.... and a few guys. The party boats are " hunting" for the smaller good eating fish, such as grouper and snapper, so it would be unusual for you to catch big game fish this way. In our experience, we always take a party boat for a fun day at a cheaper cost, which usually provides a fresh dinner!
From journal Hook....Line.....and sinker!