Enjoying it so much on this fine day. Not even a nibble, but when one of those suckers are caught, it will be worth a lot. Do you know how much a Tuna sells for? Many thousands of shares of NOK for sure. I still have a bit of daylight left. It might be a daily double... My LEAPS leap and I make bank on the big fish.
You can't sell the tuna without a commercial tuna license. I did this some time back, caught a 90 lb. tuna, and the profit on the sale went to the boat. We were able to work out a deal with the captain that he would comp our trip but all the money in excess of the cost of our trip was his. We sold my tuna to pay for the trip (and to enrich the captain) and we kept a smaller tuna that the First Mate cut up into steaks for all of us to take home.
Fishing is a Rush when you land a good one! My friend Fly Fishes for Tarpon! Seriously and trains other fishermen as his business. That's cool. I fly fish for blue gill and the top water hits are great. I catch 1 every minute my floating spider is in the water. Hand size blue gill are great fun and cook up good. Bring home 40 in 2 hours! Fishing also is a lot more than just catching fish....peace and quite, big guy in the sky, much more!! I envy you!!
I knew these guys who fished off their balcony, attached a dollar bill to end of line dropped over and watched chicks bend over trying to catch it...hey weren't my idea, I just enjoyed the shoe from my balcony.... Now that's fishing... ;-)