Tag Archive: great white egret
By Gary Rankel
I had only one strike in 5 hours fishing today, but it turned out to be a really nice redfish.
I enjoyed watching numerous shorebirds during the slow times.
Happy holidays and here’s wishing all Wavewalkers a great time on the water in 2015.
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By Steve Lucas
I took the W 500 down to Flamingo to try some more poling and using a short paddle.
I knew the tide and moon weren’t the best for fishing but it’s been about a month since we’ve had any light winds so I was happy just to get out.
The early morning was very calm but the wind did pick up around 10 AM contrary to the forecast.
The only real fishing that I did was chasing tarpon and I got one good jump on my first cast of the morning. Needless to say I wasted a ton of effort stalking these frustrating fish for the rest of the morning.
I got to pole on some close flats and that was a lot of fun. The W 500 is made for standing and sight fishing. Of course you actually have to see something 😀
I also used my regular kayak paddle and it worked pretty well but I think the longer one is optimal for the boat.
I consoled myself by gliding along the flats and taking in the wildlife. The birds are back! I got pretty close to a Rosey along the shore. It was extremely pink but my pictures don’t do that justice.
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Went for a paddle today at DeLeon Springs… not much activity and although summer is officially here tomorrow…I melted today !
Reflections On Broward
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Just me again on the water today with a few redfish, trout and egrets for company. I also attached a shot of some of the unique limestone (karst) bottom we have on some of the flats around here. The redfish like hanging out in the deeper crevices.
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It has been beautiful mornings on the Broward.
Got these shots from the Kayak of a Great Egret and Osprey this week. Going to do some fishing soon too.
Reflections on Broward
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