Glover’s Reef, Belize
From our friend Brian Irwin, a story of conservation efforts moving forward to protect and allow for more sustained angling.
"Eighteen miles out, on the second largest barrier reef in the world, I found bones and tarpon, but the permit were elusive, with only a few showing their tails on the skinny water that coats the coral patches that comprise the reef’s skin. Twelve tooth-rattling miles beyond this reef brought us to Glover’s Reef, a remote atoll with a broad central flat that stretched literally to the horizon."
original content and photo Brian Irwin
Sometimes you see something and wish you’d thought of it first….
This is a bit different! A game fishing ID chart showing the fish’s skeletons.
3 new photos from fly fisher girl, April Vokey, updating our post: Big Steelhead and the girls who catch them
Fly fishing for Queenfish
Credit: image taken from Youtube video: fly fishing for queenfish