Entries in bonefish & tarpon trust (11)
The TV series formally know as Pirates of the Flats has a new name and host channel but the same cast of characters.... Klyn, Brokaw, Keaton, McGuane, Chouinard, and Adams. Actor Zach Gilford of Friday Night Lights and River Why fame also joined the crew for the series which was filmed at El Pescador in Belize.
We won't be reading about dudes killing fish so they can get their name on a plaque somewhere in the IGFA hall of fame.
Veteran fly-fisherman Tom Evans of Wilson, Wyo., caught a potential 12-pound tippet world record tarpon of 194.1 pounds on May 10.
Evans carries an official scale on every trip for record pursuits.
Bonefish & Tarpon Trust believes that making Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus), the “Silver King”, a Federal gamefish, is necessary to conserve tarpon for the recreational, economic and environmental benefit of present and future generations of Americans.
On Friday night April 23rd Hell's Bay Boatworks, The Fly Shop of Miami and ESPN Outdoors will be hosting a dinner viewing of the Fly Fishing Film Tour at the IGFA.
The event will begin at 6 P.M. with cocktails and appetizers during the silent auction. Visit with attendees and fishing celebrities including Flip Pallot, Chico Fernandez and Jose Wejebe. Will Benson and Dave Teper, the producers of "High in the Lowlands" one of the featured films, will be in attendance. Watch clips of "Pirates of the Flats" and slides by Pat Ford in the IGFA Theater. At 7:30 they will be serving a dinner of Guy Harvey approved sustainable seafood and showing the Fly Fishing Film Tour.
Tickets can be purchased through the Hell's Bay Boatworks Online Store.
Or reserve your ticket by calling Hell's Bay Boatworks'main office
at 321-383-8223 or The Fly Shop of Miami at 305-669-5851
Pricing is $150 per ticket or $1,500 for a table of 10.
We accept Visa, Mastercard or a check.
This is a benefit dinner for the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust and the IGFA. All proceeds from the dinner ticket sales and the silent auction will be split between the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust and IGFA.
You saw him in one of our Fish Schtick Video Shorts last year at the FFR Show. Dr. Aaron Adams is the Director of Operations and Research for Bonefish & Tarpon Trust. He works to preserve inshore game fish like Bonefish, Tarpon, Snook and Permit from the mangroves to the marl flats. Aaron is a scientist, author, and avid fly angler who is helping recreational anglers make the connection between scientific research and what’s happening on the water. In addition to the latest developments on the research front Dr. Adams gives us an update on the after effects of the recent Florida cold snap.
LINK (Via: Mauro Media)