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No bananas!!! Leave them at home.
Bring snacks, drinks, sunscreen and a small cooler to take home your bag of fillets.
Simply put, they are bad luck. There are many meanings behind why they are considered bad luck on a fishing vessel. Below are just a few:
In the 1700's when the Caribbean trade route was off the hook. Vessels transported bananas in their cargo they had to move fast before they spoiled. This left little time for fishing. Hence led to some bad fishing or lack there of.
In addition, ships were not as well built as as they are today. They would have a tendency to take a rest at the bottom of the sea. The ports would report clusters of curved yellow fruit floating in the sea indicating a lost ship.
The Salty Siren's experiences with bananas have been when the fishing is absolutely on fire and the next day not a bait fish within 15-20 miles. Once the bananas were purged from the boat, the fish showed back up. The following day everything was back to normal. Could there be any another reasons why?..... Sure but, we won't don't take any chances.
Not if you bring bananas..... See above ^^^
I'm sure most of you have heard the term "it's fishing, not catching". We are never guaranteed to catch fish but, we will exhaust every effort to find them. Light Tackle fishing utilizes a lure to mimic a bait fish. Your ability to mimic a bait fish will increase your chances of catching fish. We will fish right beside you and work with you on your technique. I recommend focusing on bettering your skills each trip and soon you will catch any hungry fish near the boat.
SAFETY FIRST! Captain reserves the right to cancel trips at any time due to unsafe weather conditions. Trips called off prior to start will be given an option to reschedule or cancel.
The Salty Siren is a center console and you will be exposed to the weather. Quick dry clothes are always a good choice in the summer. During the winter it is critical to dress in layers and top it off with rain gear to stay dry. It is critical to stay dry and warm. I highly discourage anyone from fishing in jeans on a center console.
We do not have a bathroom on board but, we do keep a bucket on board for emergencies. All of our boat launch sites have porta pots or bathrooms. I highly recommend using the bathroom prior to launching.