Took a 12 hour trip aboard the Star Queen in July. I found this boat to be old and in poor condition. Rented a bunk to get sleep on the way out to the fishing spots and the bunk area had a fuel smell and made my son feel nauseus. After coming topside he felt better. Boat was very crowded with 60 fishers aboard and tangled lines were abundant. fishing equipment provided was also old and the rigs had dull hooks and twisted lines. On the plus side we did catch our red snapper limit, some weighing up to 16-17 lbs. Problem was they sometimes would lie on the deck as much as 10-15 minutes before they were strung and put on ice. If fishing with Capt. Anderson's fleet , take the newer and nicer boat " Captain Anderson" that we took a 10 hr trip the next day. Much better experience on this boat. Caught more fish and the mates were great, especially Steve. Fish were strung as soon as they were caught and inside cabin is larger and more modern.
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