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Thread: Deep Sea Fishing in Bermuda yesterday.

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    Senior Member Kathryn Garcia's Avatar
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    Deep Sea Fishing in Bermuda yesterday.

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Size:  1.47 MBThe only fish I caught we released! Beautiful day out on the ocean!

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    awesome. i prefer shallow water because i like to check to make sure i still have bait on my hook LOL
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    Looks like a really beautiful day,but I think that almost every time you post. What kinda fish is that in the 1st pic?
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    It is a shark, around 60 pounds. Andrew got his hooks back and then released it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    awesome. i prefer shallow water because i like to check to make sure i still have bait on my hook LOL
    LOL! Yesterday we sent lines down by electric reel some 200 feet! I couldn't imagine winding up all of that!!!!!!

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    Wow, looks like fun. My whole family love fishing, I like staying in the shallower water because I get sea sick.
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    Very nice. I love seeing the ocean parts where you see a lot of movement. I have been to some areas not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody View Post
    Wow, looks like fun. My whole family love fishing, I like staying in the shallower water because I get sea sick.
    I get sick too!! Til my brother Stevie gave me two little pink Bonine pill to take during a crossing on the QE2 in late November 1980 somthing, and they worked!!!!! We were in gale force winds! Green water coming over her bow! There was no entertainment on board as it was dangerous to put on the show.
    I have a picture of a huge wave coming over her bow taken by the ships Bridge camera!!! And the bonine worked for me! And the think I really like about Bonine, it doesn't make you drowsy at all. Try it! Australia! My brother Stevie was married to an Australian. He lived there for a few years while married. One of my dreams is fishing for a Black Marlin down under!!!!

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    Just the day on the water would be perfect!

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    Bonine put me to sleep and I was still nauseated! Lovely pictures, but just looking at that choppy water made me dizzy. I'm really happy for people who enjoy water, but for me, mountains.

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