Time for the Giant Bluefin Tuna to show themselves here in the cold waters of the North Atlantic. We’re back in Port Mouton, Nova Scotia to do some catch and release. Blue sky, light winds, and 50 degree air makes for some ideal conditions this morning. Now we just have to go to sea and find the bite…
Any photo I post today, other than a tuna fish, is not a good sign. That’s what can happen on the first day of a short season. We explored the grounds on day one and didn’t get a bite.
A pretty day and a beautiful sunset.
Lots of marine scenes around the wharf.