That’s a rare trait to have in this age of smart devices. As a High School teacher, it’s become a daily battle to keep the students focused on the class material and off the social media. We’ve noticed over the years that parents, who want to take their children out on the water, hesitate because of the 4 1/2 hours we typically charter for. Another option might be the 2 1/2 hour fishing trip. Of course we try to book only half day trips, but given some flexibility, and if we don’t have a full half day charter, we try to fit in a short trip once or twice a week. Today, for example we had Denis, his wife Christine, and their two boys Eli and Nick. It was their first ever fishing trip and Denis was apprehensive about a long trip, would the young boys get fidgety after awhile. Captain Joe kept in touch with him during the week, and today we squeezed the family in the afternoon charter. The boys were great! Well behaved and patient when not catching fish. They loved being out on the water. The only spoiler was no Great White Sharks! Maybe next year!