Sunday I went out with a good friend Nick Fischer and his friend Kai from South Carolina. We took Kai’s custom Gheenoe and had a blast to say the least. The Gheenoe is a great little skiff to fish off of. With negative lows in the morning we were in search of tailing redfish, the winds were up and the tails were not as plentiful as we had hoped for but we managed to get the job done. As the tide rose we decided to head to a neat little area that holds juve Tarpon year round. It was really cool to see these species striving as Tarpon are my favorite fish that swims these Gulf waters! The Tarpon ranged from ounces to 20lbs. They were all over the popper flies which made for one heck of a show. I should have picked up the playsport and got some video of the action but had the camera in hand and could not decide which one to use…. After reviewing the photos I should have used the video camera….there is always next time. We have a long holiday weekend ahead so stay tuned.
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