Carrie and I had a great time tuna fishing yesterday on a bitchin World Cat. It was really strange for me not to be at the helm but we we in the capable hands of Wdlfbio and he knows his shit! That cat made it to the fishing grounds in no time and it was smooth we could have had a cup of tea on the way out and not spilled a drop on my bean bag chair. First time using a bean bag chair. Yes they are worth ever penny! Once on the grounds Wldfbio and "the woman" (Erica I think, I'm terrible at names.) showed us how to rig the rods, where to put each one on the boat, explained why you do certain things, etc... Me, Carrie, the other guest Cory Armstrong were like first graders on the first day of school. Excited to see how do do things, yet attention span of a gnat. Lots of fun, lots of laughs, good natured corrections by Laurence and Erica to how I was doing things. We got some really nice tuna, discussed pros and cons of cats with Laurence and Cory. Fun fighting tuna on such a stable boat. I think they should change the name from a walk around to a rub around. They had to remind me a couple times when we were fighting fish that it's go up and over and not just to go up and stay behind the girls for the rub so of course the girls paid me back when they went up and over and stay behind me... Fun times and great sense of humor! Did I say we got some nice fish? Okay. Learned a ton about proper presentation of live bait, the importance of getting bait in water after troll fish hooked up. And we got some nice fish. I like it when you can say "look at that fat pig" and no one gets slapped! After we were done fishing of the day Laurence cranked up the twin 250 Yamaha's, pointed that cat towards home, and that rocket ship brought us home in style and it rode like a Royals Royce. I feel very lucky to be treated so nice by all our fellow bloodydeckers. I hope to share the knowledge we learned yesterday with others in the future. Carrie and I had a blast and when we got back on the dock, Carrie got to show Lawrence her tuna carking skills. Thanks again to Laurence, Erica and Cory for the great time!