While visiting an old army buddy in Port St. Lucie, FL, we launched his boat from Jupiter point.
About 6 miles southeast of Jupiter, we anchored and spent the first day catching sharks. I kept 2, about 24" long each as that is all I wanted to keep and eat. However, I had never eaten shark before then--had I known how good they tasted, I'd have saved the 2 biggest, about 4 and 5 ft respectively!!!
On the second day we went 7 or 8 miles out, due east of Jupiter. There we floated and trolled and caught some nice mahi-mahi.* Mine was 4' 10" and my army buddy's was 5' 2".
*(Used the Hawai'ian name so some PETA-head doesn't start spammin' up the site 'cause he thinks we're eatin' Flipper!)
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