Back at camp and after a rest we went paddling to explore a natural cove on Isla Mejia. We found a yacht there, the “Solstice” and got a weather forecast from them. The Solstice says that it is registered in Colorado, and when we asked about this we did verify that Colorado does not have any shoreline to dock a yacht on. Patrick fished all the way out and back again with little luck. The wind started to come up and make the water choppy, not the best weather for fishing. But as we approached our camp again I heard Patrick yell out. In the glare of the afternoon sun I could just barely make out Patrick with his fishing pole bent double. I was 100 meters away but figured he was going to need help so I turned to join him. The sun was low on the horizon and I had to squint to see Patrick’s boat but I could no longer see him in it! When I got close enough I found that he was in fact out of the boat. The fish had been a large one and it had pulled the line down to the rocks on the bottom. The line must have broken on a sharp edge and Patrick had gone over backwards from the release of tension. Upside down he didn’t want to loose his pole, so he exited the boat. Patrick got back in the boat without assistance and we paddled the short distance back to camp.