Friday, December 13, 2013

Everglades Winter Season

Dawn in The Everglades

Well, It's almost the end of another year. Time passes so quick. I began writing this blog over four years ago to write about my experiences in The Everglades, most of which has turned out to be mostly about the fishing which is my main passion with a hint of what the rest of the Everglades is all about. I have enjoyed doing it and gained a great following over the years and Thankyou! for the support. Thanks also for the support from Native Watercraft and all of my other great sponsors.
I have been bouncing around the idea and after around ten years that this may well be my last year of taking people out and showing them my Everglades and doing any guided fishing with the kayaks, we shall see. For now though, I'm looking forward to having another great season! Happy Holidays everyone !

Rarely fishing way up in the backcountry you catch a redfish here in the Everglades. You would say "no way" if you knew where I actually was. Anyway, Redfish are pretty much everywhere you go in Florida but this fish was a rare (Surprise) catch..being where I was. Not anywhere near the largest redfish I've caught but very near the prettiest with it's golden colors, it made my day for sure!

Tarpon in your face

Pound for pound my favorite fish to hookup with and catch in The Everglades. "No" bass will ever match up with hooking up and the fight of a snook. "Bass on steroids" as many of us around here call them.

Yours Truly, I thought a great shot by Dan Decibel fishing with him a week or so ago.

Winter prairie, early morning in Fakahatchee Strand

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