Captain's Log: June 19, 2007

Surfing Nicaragua

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This week we had our good friend Dr. Cliff Clark and his son Morgan down with us on a charter. Cliff is brother of the notorious Capt. Steve “Slack” Clark who you may remember from the “Day of Days” at wahoo mountain (14 in one day!). Slack has been coming down for years and is a hard core fish slayer. He actually holds the unofficial 10lb line class record for snook, with a fish he caught in Astillero that was over 40lbs. Well anyway, the Clarks have something in their blood for big fish. Morgan could not be outdone by his uncle, so he decided to catch the unofficial Junior all-tackle world record for Cero Mackeral. The all-tackle record is 17.2 lbs, so I am pretty sure that this fish, which weighed a hair under 16 lb, is the biggest caught by a Junior angler. I weighed the fish on three scales and it was just shy of 16 lbs on all three. This stands as the current Surfari Record. Oh yeah, Cliff and Morgan also got some sick waves as well! Yeah!!!! SUBU!!!!






















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