24 January 2014

• #18: Islamorada Journal 2014…25 JAN



Remember surface lure I described making from a popper float?

Works like a charm!

Jack crevale taken on a fly-rod popper...

...and released.

Told you how cold it's been down here, but bet you didn't expect to see ice!

Shoo-Fly's first ice-breaking venture.

Egbert waiting at the fish-cleaning station...in hope of a handout.

Thursday night's sunset.

A window...in morning sunlight.

We had some wind on Friday. Here's a windsurfer who crashed spectacularly...but got up and continued on.

Parasailor.

He's about ten feet above the water in this photo.


• Meanwhile, in other news...


• Man Stranded on Charles Island

“A man who ventured out to Charles Island Sunday and missed the tide coming back was lucky there was a photographer on land with a long lens to spot him.”

For those who don’t know, Charles Island is connected to the mainland by a rock bar or tombolo that is above water at low tide but below water at high tide. Over the years many have been stranded on the Island which is about a half-mile from Silver Sands State Park in Milford, CT; some have died after being swept from the bar by the tide.

Please visit this link to read the full article: MilfordMirror.com


• “Kayaker Reels In Monster Marlin While Kayak Fishing Off Coffs Harbour Coast”


“It was the one that didn't get away - a monster marlin which came off second best after a one-hour tussle with a kayak-paddling dentist off the northern NSW coast.”

Photo from, and please visit this link to read the full article: DailyTelegraph.com


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