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Goin Off Sportfishing deep sea fishing from Cocoa Beach out of Port Canaveral
 

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4/1/2010

Dr. Armstrong bends a rod on reef donkeys(Amberjack)

    Today my fishing buddy was Dr. Armstrong and one of his office staff Latoya who was going out deep sea fishing for the first time. It was obvious from the start that Dr. Armstrong's assistant wasn't very comfortable on the boat based upon the death grip she had on the way out and that she wanted us to slow down. She was a trooper though and stuck it out while Dr. Armstrong hooked one Amberjack after another.

We finished our day and the highlight of the day for Latoya was a school of bottle nosed dolphins that played in the wake of the boat on the way home

Final tally for the day:
3 or 4 Amberjack with 1 kept for the table.
1 Giant Bluefish
3 Almaco Jacks

Bowed up on spin tackle.

A bent rod and a smiling face while deep sea fishing aboard the Goin Off out of Port Canaveral near Cocoa Beach

And it's an Amberjack and this one's invited to dinner.
 

A good sized Amberjack caught while deep sea fishing aboard the Goin Off out of Port Canaveral near Cocoa Beach

 

Dolphins pay a visit.

Porpoises stop for a visit while deep sea fishing aboard the Goin Off out of Port Canaveral near Cocoa Beach

Dr. Armstrong with the catch of the day

Another great catch after going deep sea fishing aboard the Goin Off out of Port Canaveral near Cocoa Beach

 

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