They followed the shoreline of Chamber's Island and found a promising spot to anchor down and cast out. Judy got hooked up right away and the anticipation of what she had caught was driving them crazy. Would this be the prize winning fish? It certainly was a possibility. But as she lifted the specimen out of the murky colored waters, the white underbelly could be seen. Delores yelled, "Oh my goodness, Judy...you caught a flounder...you got a nice flounder!" But upon closer inspection, they were disappointed to realize that what Judy had actually caught was a stingray. Wow, this day kept getting worse by the minute. The line was cut and the next few hours were spent memorizing landmarks and retying fishing line as the outgoing current carried their kayak out toward Cuba (or so Judy feared).
Out of the corner of Judy's eye, she spies a couple of dolphin fins rising from the water's surface. The girls knew then that no fish would be caught any time soon thanks to those dolphins. The good news was that the pod of five were leisurely passing through the same cut they were fishing and were in no hurry to get anywhere anytime soon. Although both cameras were within reach, neither of the girls grabbed for them. Their attention was fixated on that slow moving pod as they came within feet of the shoreline because the oysterbar cut was so deep. They watched in awe the beauty of those magnificent creatures. Sometimes it's just nice to appreciate the beauty of the world.