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#1 marlinfishing

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 09:40 PM

Hello group.  I've been going to Cozumel since the middle '80's.  I wasn't married then and down town was a VERY small town.  I started taking my wife there about 6 years ago and she loves it as much I do.  My wife & I love deep sea fishing.  We release ALL bill fish & only keep the tuna & mahi mahi for food.

 

We've decided to retire there in 6 years & this web site has given me VERY valuable info on a lot of factors involved.  I truly appreciate everyone's input into the Local Forum!  We've developed very good friends in the Cozumel population.  We look forward to getting to know as many ex-pats as we can.  I've been "lurking" on this site for months & the members have GOLDEN knowledge of how it works there.  We come mostly in May for 2-3 weeks until I retire.

 

David


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#2 KAC

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 04:39 AM

Welcome David,

May is one of my favourite times a of the year here, the trees are blooming and the water is warm. We also frequented CMC for months prior to our purchasing our home here and found everyone so knowledgable and ready to help anytime.

Good luck with your quest for retirement.
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#3 marlinfishing

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 06:21 PM

Thank you, I look forward to being a member in this forum.


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