We got our limit today and today I caught a nice 3 lb. lobster. Richard went with us and we all got the limit. I gave Richard a nice 21" red grouper that I speared. That's his wife, Lisa, an attorney, that has the African Grey Parrott that you see in the photos. We were able to locate two totally new dive sites today that were very good and holding a lot of nice lobsters. On my last dive I had two hammerhead sharks come up to me---one being about 6 ft. and the other about 3 ft. long. They kept coming around where I was catching lobsters and were not in the least afraid of me. I suppose that is the same reason that I have been seeing one or more hammerheads while diving every day the past five days. I finally caught a small iguana this afternoon as it is hard being in competition with the white egrets that live like pets at Charlie's. And I have gotten several coconuts that have sprouted into palm trees that I plan to take back home to give away. The wind continues to blow but the water clarity has dramitacally gotten better--great visibility---and the water temperature has cooled down and feels about perfect right now. Charlie has filled five deep freezers with straight lobster tails and we are now beginning to run out of room..
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