It’s time for Bluefin Tuna Camp 2011. Headed to Halifax today to meet up with camp directors Anthony and Brad. The report is that they are biting so anticipation is high. More to follow…

The trip went great. I was able to observe the boys catch a bunch of fish. All between ≈ 300lbs and 700lbs. Some were tagged for science, some were kept for the quota. Lots of sea life, and plenty of seafood to eat. Other than one weather day as a result of Hurricane Katia, the rest of the days were calm. Below is a linked slideshow from the Nova Scotia gallery on my photo site.
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