After fishing the pristine backcountry of southwest Florida for many years, I thought a large redfish was in the 12-15 pound class. Then my lifetime buddy, Jan, and I headed to northeast Florida for the pogie run in St. Augustine. Here is where our perception of “big” changed dramatically. Under the guidance of Capt. Tom Winrow (yes, the same Capt. Tom in the Hooters skiff on the Redfish Tour), Jan and I were about to forever redefine “big” for redfish. Capt. Tom also put us on other species such as tarpon, jack crevalle and flounder. Check out some of the images from that two-day trip.
About Art Blank 6 Articles
Having been raised in in an environment surrounded by ocean and bay in Miami, FL, I took to the world of fishing in a big way starting at the age of five. In the past 15 years, my fishing experiences have come to include related photography. I travel to many venues throughout the Western Hemisphere to photographically promote fishing destinations' vast offerings to the avid light tackle angler. My images have been portrayed in several publication media which include "FLORIDA SPORT FISHING MAGAZINE", "DESTINATION FISH MAGAZINE", "SOUTH CAROLINA SPORTSMAN", "THE HERALD" (Miami). I also maintain a small photo gallery on my blogsite: http://rightanglingimages.blogspot.com.
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