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Deep Water Cay

Posted February 18, 2013 by in Bonefish, Permit, Salt Water Fly Fishing

I first stepped foot on the sand at Deep Water Cay when I was 4 years old thanks to my Grandfather building a little cabin there in 1959.  Even before our son was born I was thinking how important it would be to make sure that his feet touched the same sand, fourth generation.  So Jenn, Cooke and I packed up and made it a reality this winter

Cooke checking it out

Cooke checking it out

While the sand seemed familiar the upgrades to the facilities were quite impressive!!

The new docks and shop

The new docks and shop

While the facilities have changed and  improved immensely, I ran into plenty of familiar faces

Jenn and Meko Glinton

Jenn and Meko Glinton

My Grandfather, Father and myself have all fished with Meko’s father Stanley over the years, it was great to spend time with Meko talking about our younger years.  Then I ran into William Pinder and even got David Pinder Sr. to join Meko and I on the boat on the last day!!

William Pinder with a nice bone

William Pinder with a nice bone

David Pinder Sr. and Meko

David Pinder Sr. and Meko

It was quite a walk down memory lane and I look forward to returning to Deep Water Cay sooner than later

Nice Mutton that was wagging his orange tail in the air before the storm came in!!

Nice Mutton that was wagging his orange tail in the air before the storm came in!!

Nice Deep Water Bone !!

Nice Deep Water Bone !!

 

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