On a day so gentle, the crew's priorities change. For the ladies, that means time to wash your hair and get a pedicure. I don't know what to say about this so I will let it speak for itself. For Matt, it means pulling out the tackle kit and dropping a couple lines. Matt was reluctant to fish when we passed through the high pressure system. Warm waters could result in a 45 lb. tuna - 5 lbs of which we eat and the rest overboard. Not wanting to offend the gods who have given us such a wonderful ride, we pass on dropping lines until we reach colder water temperature (smaller fish). Water temperature has since dropped 10 degrees so Matt dropped a couple lines this morning. The set up has 3 parts: a heavy line with a rubber "spring", 150 lb leader, and a very interesting lure. I was amused by the warning label on the cedar plug lure. I am amazed the other 49 states are unaware of this . . . .
WARNING: This product contains LEAD, a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects and other reproductive harm