The New Yorker has got a previously unpublished fishing story by Ernest Hemingway. Good stuff!
That year we had planned to fish for marlin off the Cuban coast for a month. The month started the tenth of April and by the tenth of May we had twenty-five marlin and the charter was over. The thing to have done then would have been to buy some presents to take back to Key West and fill the Anita with just a little more expensive Cuban gas than was necessary to run across, get cleared, and go home. But the big fish had not started to run.
â€œDo you want to try her another month, Cap?â€ Mr. Josie asked. He owned the Anita and was chartering her for ten dollars a day. The standard charter price then was thirty-five a day. â€œIf you want to stay, I can cut her to nine dollars.â€