Today, September first, is the first day of Snook season. I ate Snook for breakfast. I did not go out this morning, but someone brought me a fresh Snook fillet.
I want to publicly thank him, but he said he did not want anyone to know it was him (something about his friends would expect him to give them fish too), so I promised to not tell anyone who it was.
He said there was rain all around, but he did not get wet and he had a really good time and caught 4 undersized before landing the 31½ inch keeper (with the tail squeezed). And no, he did not go out on a boat or a kayak, but fished from shore starting just before 6 AM. He said the fillet was his “thank you” to me for helping him learn kayak fishing through the club. That makes me feel doubly good. That is all I am going to say about and to him, except, THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! And oh, that tasted sooooooo good.
David Andrews, Kayak Fishing Club of the Palm Beaches
West Palm Beach, Florida