While stuck here we have done a bit of supping and fishing and snorkelling, but the constant wind and waves has made it a bit uncomfortable on the boat - we have definitely got our sea-legs! Still no luck fishing, Nic did catch a snook when we were trolling from the dinghy a few days back but we put it back because I wasn't sure if it was size (it was we discovered). The next evening we fished using baited lines, but with no real bait we used salami and bread. Not a single bite and we ended up eating the salami and bread as we motored back to the boat - we haven't tried fishing again, although there are some rather large squid hanging around the boat taunting us that they are in a no fishing zone - very very tempting!!
The wind does tend to ease a bit in the evening for a short while, but last night the tide against wind pushed us side on to the waves and drifted us over the mooring lines right in the middle of cooking dinner. Very annoying! I used the dinghy to pull us away from the mooring lines and then put out a stern anchor to hold us into the waves and off the mooring - problem solved and a reasonably comfortable night.
Today we are going for a long walk on dry land to get over cabin fever, and then will watch the Dockers game this arvo on the iPad - I downloaded the AFL app as the tele has no reception (I know it is tough this cruising life!) Go Dockers!