|Osprey at anchor in Chacala.|
Yes, sometimes it is cloudy in Mexico.
|Hotels at Chacala|
|Me and the Pacific Crevalle Jack.|
I initially thought that this was a yellowtail tuna, and a big one. I weighed him, 27 or so pounds and 30-something inches. Wow! I quickly cleaned him. We later found out, the hard way, that this was not a yellowtail tuna but was rather a Pacific Crevalle Jack. I say the "hard way:" because he wasn't very tasty. Most recipes call for marinating in lemon juice overnight and cooking in a clay pot or on a cedar plank and then discarding the fish and eating the pot or plank. Oh well, as you can see by the size, he was a fighter and I will unceremoniously use him as bait in hopes of catching something more edible.
|The beach at Punta de Mita.|
|The deceptively calm looking surf|
at Punta de Mita.
|Osprey through the palms at Punta de Mita.|