Friend Joe Pozzi seems quite excited (and happy) with this beautiful, feisty permit. We also have to take note of the obviously warm weather which has been missing lately!
What do you do when you get a big shark on your line while fishing? We always cut the line and let nature dissolve the hook. Chuck Veith didn’t tell us just how this one came out, but we’re guessing OK!
It just doesn’t get much better than having a fish on that challenges your skills. This Biscayne Bay, FL fish may be surprised however, as Chuck Veith is a pro and we suspect this fish soon saw the inside of the boat!
Our friend Mike Lapiana sends us this picture of a custom paint job he had done on his Shimano Core 100 reel. If anyone would like contact info for Mike’s painter he says to just let us know here at ALFC and we’ll pass it on to Mike.
Here’s an interesting picture. It’s March and the location is around Biscayne Bay around Ft. Lauderdale, FL and Dr. Chuck Veith is fishing bones. Do the gloves and jacket look a bit strange? Does anyone else wish it would warm up? Yes!!
Jonathan Stowers shows off a perfect sized redfish caught recently while fishing an Indian River lagoon near Titusville, FL. Well done, Jonathan!
American Legacy Fishing’s Touring Pro, Jacob Wheeler set a state record with this 30.48 lb bag of 5 fish caught at Geist Reservoir north of Indianapolis, IN during a recent tournament. Wow!!
There’s nothing better than teaching your son to fish. We’re pretty sure this cutie would agree!
Daniel McRorie holds a gorgeous queenfish caught at Exmouth in Western Australia using a G. Loomis HSR9000S IMX rod and Shimano Stella 3000 strung with 10 lb braid. Quite light for fish like this!
Stanley Fink was fishing off Delacroix Island off southern Louisiana and along with his crew managed this nice mess of fish for the evening fish fry. We wonder who got the job of cleaning and cooking!
Great thanks to Dr. Chuck Veith for this wonderful picture of dusk around Biscayne Bay as he and his guide head out for some nighttime tarpon. Folks, this is what it’s all about.
Please, folks, send us some of your pictures. We’re not after trophies, just pictures of fish you’re proud of. It’s easy. Just attached them to an email and send them to us at [email protected] and we’ll do our best to get them in the newsletter. Send them in to us!
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