Tugboat And Barges Dwarf Flat-Bottomed Boat On Intracoastal Waterway
While out fishing recently, we crossed paths with a tugboat pushing some barges. (Why do we call them "tugboats" when they push the barges??)
As you can see, the industrial-sized vessel chugging along the Intracoastal Waterway near the Charenton Canal easily dwarfs the flat-bottomed boat in which we are traveling!
Yes, those are fishing poles. Yes, we did catch a few keepers: one 18-inch redfish, one 20-inch redfish!
Watch the video until the end to catch some birds flying by with the sunset as a backdrop!