“I asked the doctor if I could fish. He said yes, but I told him, “I’m not going perch fishing, I’m going to be sitting in the chair fishing for blue marlin!’”
Part of what makes the Kudu such a fascinating system is the connection between two common patterns of thought. Thought 1-- Let's go catch something. Thought 2-- Let's grill it and eat it!
It has been my experience that spending time around people who have freed themselves of the burdens of caring about what others think—be them Nick or somebody like the Dalai Llama—is good for you.
As the Pandemic transforms from an oppressive, all-encompassing fog of shit into a strange, horrible, Twilight Zone episode of a memory... perhaps we can all begin to get back about our business.
What follows is the story of how Captain Jeff Wilson and the Titan Up caught the biggest Gulf swordfish of 2020. The swordfish that won the MONGO.
Jack crevalle are rumored to taste like human excrement. This rumor is consistent and widely held enough to deter their involvement in our dining plans.
To win the MONGO, you must simply catch the biggest blue marlin, swordfish, yellowfin tuna, wahoo or dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico.
Quepos is a magnet for sailfish, blue marlin and yellowfin tuna-- and for the people who love to catch them.
The result makes for a great line of BS and group of people who are culturally (and perhaps even biologically) predisposed to enjoy hunting, fishing and eating...
During one standoff Yoboy joked about jumping in and spearing the fish. With a laugh we told him that if he tried he might come back with two buttholes.