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A New Captain at the Helm of The Sunset Bandit

A New Captain at the Helm of The Sunset Bandit

Teaching the ways of how not to catch fish. ANOTHER NON-FISHERMAN IS BORN.

This past weekend my brother decided it was time to test out his 3 year old son’s sea legs. So, over Labor Day Weekend we loaded up the boat, crossed our fingers, and headed out into the harbor. The little guy (Kayden) was fantastic out there. Every time we hit a bump he’d smile, laugh, and ask to go faster. In fact, I’m pretty sure he was the most fearless one of us out there.  The little guy also wasted no time in putting the moves on the girls in the boat. He even went so far as to lure Caroline into the cuddy cabin and close the door behind them. I heard later on that he even asked her to be his girlfriend. Sneaky devil.

In the end it turned out to be one of the longer days out there on the boat. We left around 10:30 and didn’t return until around 7. Never once did Kayden complain. The bulk of our time was spent anchored over at Rainsford Island.  We casted some lines…to no avail, drank a few libations, enjoyed sandwiches from J. Pace, and listend to the the WFNX countdown.

All in all a very successful outing. Aside from never catching any fish.

Looking like a young Lenny Kravitz

Putting out the vibe

Kayden pulling off the move.

Rainsford Island...the boaters' beach.

No one has been more steadfast and determined to catch a fish than Caroline. Unfortunately we've all been just as successful.

Kayden was all smiles after Uncle Chris was forced to jump in to retrieve a bucket that had gone overboard. Lucky for me, he was right beside me and able to hold my beer until I returned.

 


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