Well the deckhand didnt want blood all over the deck. So he opted to put the bonita in the trash can to be bleed.Why is there a bonita in that trash can? Why are all the fish whole in the parking lot? Just curious.
Since when did they start holdin' concerts at the landing?Well the deckhand didnt want blood all over the deck. So he opted to put the bonita in the trash can to be bleed.
The fish are in the lot because of landing doesnt want it all over there concert floor.
I worked on that boat. Still would if I didn't have to do summer school.
That trash can is for bleeding fish. It's just one of the reasons I recommend the Orion. All the PBers on here know that the difference between a bled fish and one that hasn't been bled is like night and day. I remember when I was about 12 I fished on an overnight boat and the deckhand told me not to bleed my fish because it would get the boat bloody. In the middle of a wide open bite, there was blood everywhere. I felt bad because I was a kid, but now I just think WTF. On the Orion the deckhand will make sure your fish gets bled, so thats a good thing. The trash can allows us to keep the fish out of the way while it bleeds out. Every fish caught on that boat gets bled.
Reason #2 I recommend the boat: there's no quit in Bryan. He's just an aggressive fisherman through and through and he really doesn't hang 'em up until its over. Some people would rather fish with a chummy captain than a serious fisherman. I wouldn't. Bryan's nice enough, I like him a lot, but you're not going on a date with the guy. His job first and foremost is to put you on fish and he lives for that.
If I could fish any boat I'd fish the Orion. The value for the price of the ticket with Bryan fishing is hard to beat. Not the most comfortable boat in bad weather. Keep that in mind.
Overall I recommend it, and if you've been on the Orion before but not with Bryan you should really give it a go. You'll see just how hard he fishes. The guy is intense and will likely make you feel like a total novice if you see him at the rail because he's such a good fisherman.
Oh I hear the crew isn't bad either
P.S. For the regulars last season, the Kiwis will be back this season. I will not
You don't offend at all. I think just about every captain in the fleet has his share of nay-sayers. That said we have to consider a few things.you cant be serius....capt. bryan is a freaking bone -head ..he skippered the aztec and what a retard that guy is....on an overniter we had our lines in the water less than 30 min.............he burnt-up an impeller ,took us out 120mi.+ into rough seas and at noon he said "well guys were 100+mi. out and it's noon we have to be at the docks at 10:00 p.m you do the math" so i did do some math....me on any boat bryans on = 0........everthing that guy said even sounded stupid..."hey guys were going to be looking for dirty water with condoms and needles floating..thats were the are....." what a joke....i prefer nice clear blue-purple water .....if you are looking for a NICE overniter i would suggest the Prowler or the Holiday...but bryan does like to fish... but i'd rather do some catching..........sorry to offend but thats my story....