When the mullet migrate along the Florida coast, it’s mayhem!
The last time anybody has reported seeing an “albino” (actually “piebald”) tarpon was in 1936 — that is until Capt. Clark Wright guided a client into one recently in Florida.
The koi-looking beast ate a live blue crab and was released after the photos and a DNA sample were taken.
If you’d like to see one of these babies, the fish from 1936 hangs in the American Museum of Natural History in NYC.
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I never thought I’d be all that into chasing giant tarpon with the fly rod, but this has got me re-thinking my stance. Pretty awesome looking stuff and exceptionally filmed…
This short film has some awesome footage of dry fly strikes at the beginning — and really nice cinematography thorough out that’s sure to make you want to fish!
Our pal John Klar, noted salmon and steelhead guide on California’s north coast, gets as far away from cold water fisheries as he can we he has some time off. He sets down the bait and plugs rods and heads to warm water with the long rod to chase the Silver King. Here’s a little look into his latest Florida trip…