On Friday, July 8, 2011, the last shuttle launch took place here on the Space Coast of Florida. Pete Quast and his party flew in from California and chartered the Sunrise (Regular Guy Charters fishing boat) to watch the historic event. I have seen many shuttle launches, a number of them from the water, but this one was really special. The company on the boat, the significance of the event and the pure spectacle of the launch all combined to make it the best one yet. One of the guests on board was professional photographer, Don Adkins. I am including some of his shots in the hopes that I can share some of the event with all of you.
In the last blog, I mentioned that the fishing had been good and should continue to be that way. I was not wrong. The amazing thing is that we continue to catch cobia, along with king mackerel, a few small mahi, sailfish, bonito, sharks, barracuda and other species. Our cobia count is now 99. Now is the time of flat seas and calm winds. With the fishing being good, you couldn’t ask for a better time to schedule a Florida offshore fishing adventure on the “Sunrise” with Regular Guy Charters.
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