We slipped out and tried for wahoo for a few hours this morning. We managed to catch 2 wahoo ranging 30-40 pounds but otherwise it was pretty quiet. We picked up at noon and ran up inside to try and see if the sailfish were still about where we had them yesterday but no takers. It was pretty water but no bait. Went how with some good dinner!
Quick trip this morning to test a few things on the boat. We couldn’t help but to pull a few ballyhoo teasers and dredges for 2 hours and ended up going 1/4 on sailfish. Good action, some bad luck after hookups. All good, great to see some billfish in a short period of time.
Here is the last VLOG from 2019 which covers the remainder of the refit of the 60′ Custom Sportfishing Boat I will have from here on out for charters and the boat move from Curacao to Grenada!
Ready to FISH! It’s been quite a process, but the refit plus lots of other repairs and upgrades are finally finished. I couldn’t be more excited for 2020 with this rig. Sitting pretty and ready to go here in Grenada through Easter on this fishing machine! The bite is on already here! I still have some prime times open so CONTACT ME if you wanna come see what this beautiful island has to offer both in the Blue Water and on the island.
A huge thanks goes out to Chris Van Grieken for helping me out in every way with this project, and his family for giving me a place to live while the boat was in the yard as well as coming on the Curacao to Grenada Crossing. Barry De Paulo for making sure everything went through as we had planned, Marc from Envi Boats for helping me convert my cockpit design to CAD and coming down to help with the projects for a couple weeks and bringing Ray when I was in a pinch.
I have to say, when I arrived in Curacao to the boat in the boatyard the end of September, I wasn’t sure how we would get everything done before 2020, but thats to everyones efforts to help me out we got it done, and done WELL!