Lucky Lady Hooked Up and Lucky Linda Lure is Lost! This is true. Katherine and Mark from Lincolnshire, IL boarded Fire Hatt for a day of snorkeling at Captain Cook Bay and an afternoon of fishing. After trolling to Captain Cook and enjoying some snorkeling, which by the way had two Humpback Whales just yards from shore. What a sight to see. The two whales leisurely hung in the bay for hours. Several kayakers and many boats got to hover a safe distance and watch them. Truly a remarkable sight. Spinner Dolphin joined up later as we were leaving the cove. Now with lines back in the water and lunches being eaten, we are headed out to the deep. Not many boats out today and not many reports of fish except a few Mahi Mahi, it didn’t look too promising. We were headed back to the harbor and had just started to put things away and start to bring in the lines when Linda saw a fish coming in straight for the “Lucky Linda” on the short rigger. One strike, then another and the fish was on. A nice Pacific Blue Marlin! Kathy was the designated angler and was in the chair in seconds after the hook up. The Marlin came up jumping and running, we could clearly see it was a nice fish. After about 15 minutes the line goes slack, the fish is off. Ouch! And the Lure is gone too. Not to fear though, Bomboy (Bomboy Lures) made the lure for me and will have another one (or five) to me as soon as possible. Kathy hooked up to a marlin a few years ago in the Bahamas and it came off after about an hour of fighting it. Looks like third times a charm for this Lucky Lady Angler.
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