2016 Poor Girls Open Results*

By Scott Lenox This is the first Daily Angle that I’ve posted with an asterisk in the title, but it’s necessary for this particular report.  The results are in for the 23rd Annul Captain Steve Harman’s Poor Girls Open, but there is currently a formal protest in the billfish release division.  Below are the standings… Read more »

Poor Girls Open Day 2

By Scott Lenox Today was a really nice weather day both inshore and offshore.  There were 73 boats that took advantage of the nice conditions offshore to fish their day for the 23rd Annual Poor Girl’s Open at Bahia Marina.  There will be 58 boats fishing tomorrow and they are going to have their work… Read more »

Poor Girls Open Day 1

By Scott Lenox There are a record number of 160 boats fishing in the 23rd Annual Captain Steve Harman’s Poor Girls Open this weekend.  This is a fish one of three day event so the math on fishing days is easy.  Only 29 boats of the 160 entered fished today so that leaves a total… Read more »

Things I Like – August 19, 2016

Watching the Olympics every night Laughing with my kids Outdoor movies People watching on the beach Young people wise beyond their years Picking up other people’s trash on the beach Short letters to the editor A surprise ending to a book Playing soccer on fresh cut grass Summer morning in the 70s Smell of fresh… Read more »

Buy 2 Get 1 Free

By Scott Lenox The offshore fishing was closed for the day today with high winds and heavy seas.  Some boats even cancelled yesterday because the wind had already started blowing and was forecast to blow the same direction all last night into today.  The wind did blow all last night and today so the offshore… Read more »

Dolphin Save the Day

By Scott Lenox Offshore fishing has been a grind for the past couple of days.  The white marlin that were around in such good numbers a week or so ago have scattered and there is no real congregation of tuna to speak of in any particular location.  The fleet has resorted to fishing the usual offshore… Read more »