It was getting late and Kevin wasn't having the same kind of luck as he had had earlier. It appears fish get smarter and don't fall for the old bait-on-the-hook trick as easily the second time around. Paul caught two or three, but just as he tried to pull them in, they'd wiggle off the hook and swim away. I had basically given up at this point, not because I wasn't having fun, but my rod was a bit of a pain to use (I'm sure it had nothing to do with the rod and everything to do with my lack of skill) and I wanted to take some pictures and couldn't do both at the same time. Eventually, Kevin and Paul caught 3 beautiful glistening fish. They were nice and big, too.
Paul cleaned them: removing the head, tail and guts. Once that was done, I covered them in a bit of olive oil, fresh rosemary from the garden, fresh lemons from our trees, some organic green onions, a pinch of salt and pepper and wrapped them tightly in tin foil. While I was cooking the potatoes, Kevin put the fish on the bar-b-q for 15 minutes. It was probably one of the tastiest fish I've ever had. I'm not just saying that as a marketing ploy.... it was unbelievably good and so tender it melted in my mouth. Kevin and Paul enjoyed it as much as I did. I think it's a hit and I can't wait to do it again! Even the fishing part... l just need to practice.
Unfortunately, for the life of me, I can't seem to upload any of the pictures I took. I'm following the same process as I always do yet still it won't allow me to download. How disappointing! Oh well, I'll keep trying, but for now, you'll just have to use your imagination.