Fodder for Labor Day Grill–From Castro’s former classmate

abuelo-red

El Viejo comes through again!

(And No! (Mike) We obviously don’t!! hold the fish close to the camera to make it look BIGGER!!)

Amigos! Hope y’all had a good one! These suckers, fresh, and on the grill, and drenched in lemon/butter and Adobo are hard to beat! ( an iced keg and a dozen bottles of Pinot Grigio nearby don’t hurt either!)

Hope y’all had a great week-end!!

5 thoughts on “Fodder for Labor Day Grill–From Castro’s former classmate

  1. Nice Red Humberto, your Dad is kicking Redfish butt.

    Looks like a 22-24 inches, right?

    I caught a small but thick red nineteen inches long two week ago in Everglades National Park.

    I love catching them as they have gourmet fish taste quality.

    By the way, what’s the biggest you keep there in Louisiana?

  2. Yes Humberto,

    I figured it was that big by looking at the picture.

    By the way, lately I can almost tell how big they’re by how hard they pull when I hook them.

    The last couple years I have been catching them on a regular basis (almost everytime I go fishing) as I have gotten hooked on this type of fishing.

    Here in Florida only one is allowed per person, it must be between 18 and 27 inches.

    You know what I want to catch next that I haven’t yet?

    Tripletail…

  3. Okay, THAT’s some ‘wealth’ I wouldn’t mind spread around, my friend.

    El Viejo has the touch, as my Grandfather did.

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