Lain is on the dock early preparing the boat as today the two captains are going fishing in the Everglades, that is providing George turns up on time. As usual, the first task is to pick up a plentiful supply of bait so the pair head into a nearby bay and George sets to work with his cast net. They start by targetting some Speckled Sea Trout using soft plastic lures under a cork float and Lain hooks up pretty quickly before George hooks into a much better fish. Unfortunately George loses it and attaches all the blame to Lain for supposedly being slow to bring him the net. Sea Trout aren't the only fish on this flat and the pair soon have many Jack Crevalle around the boat and some excellent sport begins. Moving locations is key for continued sport and as soon as they do, George hooks up with a lovely Snook before Lain catches a chunky Jack Crevalle. And as the sun goes down, the fishing hots up as Lain and George take advantage of the increased fish activity in the fading light. Having worked up quite an appetite, George and Lain head to Sundowners in Key Largo for some grilled Oysters. The Everglades offers some excellent fishing in shallow water and this episode shows why it has such a deserved reputation.
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