Back when we decided to go live in Nicaragua about 8 years ago. Took my family on a journey... This is the time when we went back to reconnect, to see more of the country, to become part of the local life, For sure this was a life changing trip.
On this occasion I asked one of my fisherman friend Salvador, to take me fishing with him on his regular day. I had no idea what was waiting for me! We went on this Panga 20 miles in. I was the only guy that day with fishing poles. The amount knowledge the captain had to navigate this Panga was absolutely impressive. Everything was based on points of references that he had learned from his grandfather. I remember I said where can we catch red snapper? He said "I will take you to the rocks". We navigated for about 30 more minutes. He said "Remove the line from your Pole" put a big weight, hookup 4 hooks and drop it! My first question was where are the rocks? He said "this is the axis point between that mountain peak, and the other mountain peak and here is where the rocks are!" to say the least we ended up coming back home with about 46 red snappers. The following year I called @cdepew
and told him, bro! There's so much to see in Nicaragua, Let's go check it out! The Rest is History. ××××××××××××××××××××××××××
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