Tarpon History & Habitat — Dr. Aaron Adams on Pine Isl. FLA.

  • It was a great grin worth a thousand words, a shrug every guide should master, a grin explaining why in the same feeding lane some trout will take a nymph, some a pupae, and others only a #23 spent-wing midge tied on a hook hand forged in Kenya just after sunrise on a winter solstice.
     ~Dave Ames Ju Ju Travel

3 Comments

  1. Ayouec   January 5, 2014 4:01 pm / Reply

    I’m soooo glad Erik!!!!! ASS!!! No I just got back from 95 degree weeathr in Phoenix. This am it was supposed to snow a little bit!!! Hope you guys have a wonderful time. Take lots of pics and update your blog so I can have some sweet dreams this week!!!!Tight lines!Sean

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