With the full moon of June here in Florida, the crabs are flushing out good. The tarpon are definitely chewing them up in the passes from Boca Grand all the way to Tampa Bay and them some. The wind however this evening had not been the most ideal. This factor kept me on land for the most part today.
Crabs were everywhere spawning and active. I took this opportunity to take some photos and video of the local population of fiddler crabs.
Here are stills of the this afternoon’s crab shoot shot on the Nikon 105mm 2.8. This lens is one of the sharpest lens I own. The video will follow soon.
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