Down Under – update 7 wrap up

My time on the reef has finally ended. What an amazing place it is. We had some good action, saw lots of cool things, and I made some great new friends on the other side. Over the course of our 13 days on the reef we saw about 30 fish. Of those, 19 made and attempt to bite a bait, and we released 9 of those. The monster Black Marlin remained elusive. Looks like we will have to go back and try again next year. The Tradition was an excellent platform for this live aboard adventure. Capt. Tim, Steve, and Carl could not have worked any harder or made our trip any more comfortable. Thank you for everything. Below are a few last highlight images from the few days. I’ll be adding all of these and hundreds more to my web site soon.
UPDATE – I just posted 200+ photos from my Great Barrier Reef trip on my main photo web site
The Tradition at anchor in the lee of Lizard Island.
The well landscaped uber exclusive lodge overlooking the bay.
This is what we were looking for…a 1200lb’er from yesteryear.
Breakfast is served to some curious locals.
We did get to see the neighbors catch some nice one’s. Here the game boat Top Shot gets the leader on a fish they called 700lb’s.
On the reef, there is always something going on. The food chain never stops turning. Snapper for dinner!

One Response to “Down Under – update 7 wrap up”

  1. Saladboy says:

    Damn fine trip Scotty…………..

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