Thanks for another great trip Sue! Pleasure was all mine! Counted numerous species of terns, herons, egrets, plovers, and more.
A big thanks to Mark and wife for an awesome day fishing charter with a smidgeon of sightseeing thrown in! Hope to see you again guys! Pleasure was all mine!
A big thanks to the Lee family for a great trip! Two meals and a great campfire provided, plus dad wanted just a smidgeon of fishing just for him!
Thanks goes out again to Grant at GWeb Custom Rods for another shark rod. This one boasts an inexpensive CUI Blank and Fuji guides, Fuji graphite reel seat, and a 10ft length. Perfect for cast out baits or baits to be deployed via kayak or zodiac.
Thanks Grant for another task specific rod from GWeb Customs. This Rainshadow Revelation features Fuji K-train micro guides, Fuji reel seat, and custom wrap. Perfect for a beach trout and redfish lure rod, paired with a Daiwa Tatula 3500.
Thanks Mark and son for an awesome fishing charter on a beautiful July day! Hope to see you again!
Had a wonderful trip with the PAIS 2018 Artist in Residence, Sue Wolfe! She is taking an entire year to photograph the National Seashore. Her website is www.where-2-next.com. The park releases her pictures on its social media, and she will be releasing more as time goes on. Thanks Sue!
Thanks guys for a great day!
Thanks Sheryl and family for an awesome day! The pleasure was all mine!
What a great family and an even better day! The plan was to take Grandma shelling, with some light fishing thrown in for dad and the kiddos! Mission accomplished!
Steve has really out done himself again. In usual fashion, he was able to expertly reproduce two of the most sought after and desired beach shark fishing rods from Florida to Texas. Not only are these original Harrington rods vintage and no longer available anywhere, but the guides and reel seats he used are also vintage. There's something to be said for those generations who fished and came before us. And these rods pay homage to that. As usual, he wrapped them in original wraps with original almost nonexistent Gudebrod thread. I wouldn't have it any other way out of respect for the original look. Awesome job Steve and thankyou.
Pics in the link.
When the phone rang for a shelling and sightseeing trip, I was pumped! That's what our wonderful National Seashore is all about! Not only did we talk some history of the Island, but we were able to see Green Hill, and the rest of the beach all the way to the jetties. Without a 4 wheel drive, this customer was unable to take his daughter and significant other down island, and that's exactly where we come in! Thanks so much for a great day David! Seeing a little girl's delight at the beauty of shells and ultimately nature are what the National Parks of this great country are all about!
When the phone rang for an overnight shark charter, I was stoked! We had more than a little fun! Steaks, baked potatoes, fresh green beans-we ate pretty good! These guys fished HARD, and not just for sharks. We put in 24 hours of sharking, then went on the hunt for other fish up and down the beach. Thanks for a good time guys!
Had a blast with the Barksdale group! WW2 Navy vet dad and two sons plus a friend! Thanks guys!
Made a quick trip to do some sharking and get a couple day's limits of red snapper. Report as follows.
Had the pleasure of taking Robert and son fishing last week! Not only were they already experienced fishermen, but they were great folks and a joy to fish with. They hoped to target Jack Crevalle, and that would be the second fish we would hook up with, after a large pregnant southern ray (released). We went on to catch just shy of a two man limit of reds on lures, and even a FLOUNDER on lure from the surf! A bonus was a rather large bonnethead shark. Thanks guys!
It is truly a sad day. Last night, Billy passed away at his home. He had recently been diagnosed with lung cancer. It is way too soon for so many of us. He is going to be missed tremendously. Arrangements are still being made.
Better late than never! Family sightseeing trip a few weeks back! Mom, Dad, and son had a great time shelling and seeing all 60 miles of beachfront, all the way to the Mansfield Channel.