Tell everyone on the Key West fishing team roaster that meeting about colon screening was right on the money. We had that meeting about a year ago and it helped me to get it done. I had the follow up on the phone with the nurse today. The key good point was all four polyps found were pre-cancerous. Key is pre-cancerous, as they got them out before growth into more dangerous cancer cells. While that is great news, I do have to go back in three years. They apparently take five years to form, so coming back in three years is standard if they find pre-cancerous polyps. It also might mean that if I waited five more years before going the first time I could have been in for bigger problems. Thank goodness it is so easy, so put it on your to do list within the next three months. All fishing folks over fifty have to get it done. I will bring it up at the next meeting, so put me on the agenda.
Ok super fishing stud Florida Travel Commander. Preparation is the key to the yellowtail fishing day. I am not really thinking about it yet but thank you for your insight. I would just appreciate if you would come up in the evening of Sunday, it is good to go out and get the bait the day before. Bait catching is a big deal, as late as possible because I think the before time will be difficult for me, except that I am allowed to drink soda so I will do a lot of that. Darn if fishing is not tougher when you have to go to the oncologist. I don't want to be around anyone if I can't eat for hours and hours. We can freeze all of the Yellowtail Snapper catch, plus maybe a kingfish or two!