You never know who you’re going to run into while fishing in the Florida Keys. I snapped this photo back in September while tuna and mahi fishing out of Islamorada, Florida. Can anybody guess who is at the helm of this boat?
To the loyal readers of this blog: It’s been a long time since I made a post and the reason is not due to a lack of content. I’ve been on a hiatus as of late because I’ve been busy. I’ve been busy fishing. I’ve been busy traveling. I’ve been […]
I spent a week fishing Andros Island, Bahamas with a group of friends…kaliks, bonefish and the shenanigans that ensued.
Over the weekend my buddy Jason and I went exploring. We fished an area neither of us had fished before. It didn’t take long for us to find fish. Jason caught the first redfish within minutes of when we started fishing. From that point forward the fishing was stupid. We […]
I often wonder what it would have been like to be born before the advent of modern civilization. A time before pollution, homes, shopping centers and high-rises swallowed our unobstructed view of the natural landscape around us. Back when the only lights to illuminate the sky were the sun, moon […]
A few shots from a fireworks display over Salt Lake in Rockport, Texas last Saturday evening.
We went searching for tarpon again last week. The conditions were not as good as last time, but we found a decent amount of rollers. Brandon managed to stick a hook in one fish’s mouth. The fish jumped several times during the fight. We leadered the fish on a few […]
I’ve logged so many hours behind the wheel as of late I’m starting to feel like a truck driver. In the past two months I’ve fished from South Texas to South Florida. Irrespective of where I travel though, I still cherish the time I spend on my home waters around […]
Short, shaky footage from the tarpon I landed earlier this week.
After driving thousands of miles to Florida to catch my first tarpon and coming back empty-handed, I was finally able to land my first tarpon on fly here in Texas.