determined Glen decided to put more money in the parking meter and not leave sliding fish which were all over the place on friday morning. he was rewarded with a pretty fair-caught corbina that slurped a small pink merkin. photo by Glen Ueda.
saturday morning greeted us with a special surprise over the early morning sky. photo by Al Q
My buddy Jon Nakano doesn’t waste any time and sticks what later was revealed as a shovel nose. love the bent rod over the moon. photo by Al Q
love the morning light and reflections in his shot. Photo by Al Q
I had the pleasure of mentoring Nick Blixt on the beach this past weekend. He hooked two fish but we couldn’t seal the deal… we will get them next time Nick! Photo by Al Q.
the south swell foamed up the flats, making seeing incoming fish difficult but it was easy seeing them bolt off the flat when the water thinned out. photo by Al Q
the mid day sun allowed for some classic sight fishing over this weekend . here’s a cool shot by my friend, Adam Lang.
Joe Samluk going bendo. photo by Al Q
Joe made a perfect cast into a little seam that held three fish moving right to left, as he stripped the fly through the kitchen the water exploded and the fish blew off the flat. The fish was unfortunately fouled, but Joe made a beautiful cast and did everything text book to hook that fish and put it on the sand. Photo by Al Q.