Sending warm tropical greetings to friends, family, and all you frozen yak fishers up north. Stay warm!
What a photo! My friend (and fellow Jackson Kayak team member) Alex Tejada from Miami got hooked into a BIG tarpon recently. Nice work Alex!
Another tailing bonefish on fly at sunrise. Never gets old. So glad these fish are back around in numbers.
Jack crevalle on fly - great fighting fish
This jack was pushing water on the flats
Mutton snapper - great fight and great food, too!
Gag grouper = BIG fight and fine meat
Red grouper = Dinnertime!
Sometimes, sh*t happens. Return angler Doug was on the hunt for his first permit. He hooked the fish, fought it for 20 minutes, then a big lemon shark showed up and crashed the party! OUCH!
Return angler Frank with his first bonefish!
Lady Angler Morgan with a big yellow jack
Veteran kayak angler and guide Randy Morrow with a gorgeous mid-morning permit!
Some heavy crab flies to throw at permit. Hmmmm, which one might they eat today?
Alan from Naples stalking the flats with his fly rod
Angler Kyle with a large, summertime permit
Returning angler Michael with his first tarpon
Returning angler Michael with a pony-sized permit!!! His first!
Returning angler Becky Green with her first bonefish.
Drew Gregory, president of the Jackson Kayak fishing team during filming for our upcoming kayak fishing TV show. Can you tell how many GoPro cameras are in the picture?? (Hint: more than one, less than 10)
Client Becky with her FIRST catch in a kayak. She did it all by herself - spotted the fish, made a nice cast, set the hook, did battle, and landed it. VERY nice job, Becky!!!
My client Ron from PA with his first redfish - from a kayak, of course.
While tossing a topwater jerkbait for snook/tarpon, this barracuda exploded onto the scene. My, what big teeth he has!
Kayak fishing in Key West and the lower Florida Keys.