I'm not afraid to fish. I grew up fishing with my dad. Nothing tastes quite as amazing as fresh caught fish, even better when you reel it in yourself. Well... this June, on the island of Eleuthera, there was no seafood to be found. Lobster season over, markets pretty bare, I was determine to eat fresh fish. The day I landed, stopped at the usual spot, Leo Rose, for lunch and a few local brews. Watched a group of vacationers come into the dock with a cooler full of amazing looking fish. Found out, Lionfish is abundant and delicious. We were told it is a great eating fish... we were sold. Jeremy, from Eleuthera Fishing Charters, hooked us up. We scheduled a half day to go fishing for Lionfish. There's special meaning to RoadChef when you have to not only prepare but also catch or harvest the ingredients of your meals. We show up for our day of fishing the beautiful waters of Eleuthera. Turns out, Lionfish isn't a fishing pole type fish, you want LionFish, you gotta dive in, search the reefs and shoot them with a hawaiian sling... I kid you not! After the initial shock & yes, I was kinda fearful, I know there are sharks in there also looking for good eating fish, I was ready. Being a better than good swimmer, I figured, OK, I can do this. Well, it was quite the adventure. Free diving is not for the faint of heart. Free Diving while holding not only your breathe but a Hawaiian Sling, total old school fishing spear, was pretty amazing. I must say, it was an experience of a lifetime. I hope I get to do it again. End result, had a bad ass meal of not only Lionfish, but a enormous, decadent spider crab. Life was good on that sunny day in Eleuthera.