San Pedro Belize beach pictures

Before Sunrise

It is 5:20 am – we have to meet Capt Jeff and Maya at 6 am at Ruby’s for breakfast – then it is off to fish with Abel Guerrero. Chatting with Bill now good thing he is an early riser. I told him being up so early while it is still dark out brings mild flash backs of Canadian winter – also reminds me of travel.

Time to grab our poles and get moving.

We caught 75 fish and all the while Capt Jeff kept us laughing and having fun – he is a great teacher and I learned a few new tricks for fishing and he helped me work on my wrist action and casting further. Bill was also helpful this morning in telling me to watch when Abel did my line that I would learn something new – and I did.

Will finish this later as I am off to Perk to meet Laura (Coldwell Banker) for some real Carnegie Deli New York Cheese cake – she has another one and told me to bring a fork.

Cheese cake was so yum – I need some couch time now it has been quite a full day and it’s only 2:30 pm.

Nothing like enjoying the fish you caught in morning for dinner – now that’s fresh.

Sunrise from Rubys

Interesting sky

Driving along front street

Abel’s boat


Maya caught one

Paul Caught one

Capt Jeff caught a nurse shark

I caught needle fish

Capt Jeff “Living the Dream”

Caught another one

Barracuda had a meal and left Maya the heads

Heading back to clean fish

Bucket full

Fish heads

Waiting for a snack


Watching crab

Cleaning fish

Lunch time

Pelican and stingray

Stingray and Coco

Carnegie Deli New York Cheese cake

My slice

Riding down middle street with Laura

4 thoughts on “Before Sunrise

  1. travelqueen says:

    Wow, cool fishing experiences! Good for you! Now go put my fish in the frezzer! I’ll be there soon to get it!!!! 😀

  2. Anonymous says:

    Cool.. you have captured a wonderful ‘LIVING THE DREAM’ day in Belize. I so wish I could have been out fishing with you and the Capt. Maybe one day I will be able to join you all on one of those fishing trips. 🙂
    Also love the pelican pictures and the ‘waiting for a snack bird’..
    Keep up the good work.

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