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"Wile e Coyote" (offshore cc) - "Hayley Rain" (cruiser) - "NARF" (flats)
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Freeport! I can cross in 1hr 15min, thats local!
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Own/Operate a cabinet and custom woodworking shop. Enjoy traveling, fishing, boating, golf, most outdoor activities. I have 5 watercraft, from my 35' center console, to a 10' rowboat. the other boats are a Logic/Triumph 170cc, a Chris Craft Crowne 272 (31'loa) cruiser, and a tandem kayak. My wife and I have been on cruises (cruise ship) 28 times, so yes, we love boating of all types.

Running a Offshore Charter Fishng business with the Wile E. Coyote.

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Fish Recipe's From The Wile E Coyote

These recipe's are ones that I have personally used, and at least liked enough

to try a second time. There are many different spesis of fish locally caught,

and some seem to lend themselves to one style of cooking over another.

I usually find myself too tired and hot to fire up the grill in the evening,

especially in the summer, so most of my fish is cooked in a skillet.

It still taste great.

I will add these as I can remember,…


Posted on August 19, 2010 at 2:30pm — 4 Comments

Fishing Reports on the "Wile E. Coyote"

This Fishing Report is from my Charter boat the "Wile E. Coyote. Every day's catch varies, and what

works one day, may not the next. I'll try to highlight the days activities, and where we were. I usually try

to post the updates within a day or two. These Deep Sea Fishing Charters are fun and offer more than just a fishing trip, but the oppurtunity to spend time with friends and family, see nature at its purest, and enjoy an

action packed adventure that can bring dinner…


Posted on August 6, 2009 at 10:30am — 198 Comments

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At 9:37am on January 4, 2010, Capt Jay Masters said…
Thank you Henry.
Henry is the kind of Charter Captain anglers can feel safe with and know that he has all the proper permits and safety gear. He spends his own time to find other Captains that do have or do not have all proper permits etc to charter for Anglers safety and to protect our Charter business's. He also enlightened me on a couple items that I took care of right away. RCG-185 is mine now but will take a few days for Noaa to complete. A list of all my Charter Licenses for Fat Cat Fishing charters is on my site at http://www.fatcatfishingcharters.net/find-charter-guide.php.
Again Thank You to Henry for all the hard work he is doing and the hard to find things he writes about. As Henry says anglers please ask to see permits when chartering a fishing trip. These permits can cost in the thousands and the one's that don't have them are breaking the law. Most important all charter boats at 3 miles MUST have a class two Eperb this is for eveyone's safety. Again Thank You Henry Capt Jay Masters
At 8:27pm on December 30, 2009, Ben & Dorene said…
Thanks Henry and Richard, no luck on the used one! Going with the swimplatform.com about the best deal out there and best quality!! Thanks again for the reply...
At 6:11pm on December 15, 2009, Capt. Rick Rescott said…
I thought I heard one of the NASA ships towing the 41009 buoy last night. Not sure why it quit working again, hopefully it will be repaired and back on station soon.

At 5:33pm on December 15, 2009, Henry said…
The conditions are a question mark. They are calling for sea's at 2-3, but winds at 15-20 from Wed thru Sat.
If the winds drop down before Sat 2-3 may be possible, and would be good for making a run out for Red
Snapper, but the sea's are forecast to return to 3-5'. They should be westernly, so running close to shore
may be calm, but not many Grouper and Snapper there. I want to go if Sea's and Gas Parteners cooperate.
At 5:07pm on November 28, 2009, brian said…
Henry, Thank you for all your help in pointing me in the right direction,everything helps,hope you have had good luck ... Thanks Brian...
At 1:38pm on November 13, 2009, Lisa said…
Thanks for the comments and your own insight to my questions and my blog post. Great to meet you on here!
At 7:22am on November 5, 2009, Scott said…
I kinda thought about that after I uploaded it as I have kids too. I should be able to delete it from my side...Those fish with the Whale shark I do not know but they are big ones. That is a friend of mine who works on an oil rig off Louisiana and sees those WS all the time around the rigs. Sorry did not mean to offend with the pic
At 10:43am on November 4, 2009, Capt. Rick Rescott said…
Hi Henry, My guess would be that your boat would not be able to be towed on plane. A best bet would be around 8 to 9 knots. In the past when we had a much smaller boat with much less horsepower, the boat being towed trolled all the way in. There have been quite a few "hook ups" and I personally have stopped to land the fish. Although there will be no maneuvering to help land the fish. If you have one hooked up when I arrive I will wait for you to boat the fish, but we don't stop to bottom fish at any structure. Hope this helps

At 7:56pm on September 28, 2009, na said…
The fun part is getting it dirty. If I help get it dirty, then it's only fair 2 help clean & pay 4 the ride. Cooler weather is coming, the dolphin will return.
At 1:15pm on September 28, 2009, na said…
Nice images of the catch and thanks 4 the info. I was planning on going sunday but no one else wanted 2. Don't like 2 go alone. Mayde I'll setup up a trip on the "Wile E. Coyote".

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