Fall 2006 was in a word outstanding. With no major storms and little rain both the Gulf of Mexico and inland waters were excellent for sight-fishing. There were jack crevalle, pompano and bluefish on gulf flats; pompano, redfish and trout on inland flats and the bull redfish arrived right on schedule for unforgetable night-fishing adventures. For examples from previous seasons, check out these additional galleries; Photo Gallery for Summer 2006, Photo Gallery for Spring 2006, Photo Gallery for Winter 2006, Photo Gallery for Spring 2005, Photo Gallery for Summer 2005, Photo Gallery for Fall 2005. Click on any of the small images below to see the full size photos. Use the back button on your browser to return to this page. Return home.

Somebody had to do it. Captain Baz and the first fall pompano on fly, a four pounder landed September 26.
Rocket Man staked out for pompano September 27 on a crystal clear Gulf of Mexico flat.
Birmingham's Bruce Cusic and a 25 inch redfish landed and released October 6 on a Top Dog.
Rob Angus and Bruce Cusic with a hefty caught and released bluefish.
Tom Gallagher, Rome NY, practicing his Spanish on October 7.
Justin Hekkanen and a whopper Spanish mackeral landed October 7.
Sharon Geyer and the catch of the day on October 7. This king mackeral gave Sharon a fabulous fight ... wish we'd had it on video.
Herb Eubanks caught this nice pompano October 14 on a Santa Rosa Sound grass flat.
Patrick O'Brien came down from Decatur, Alabama and landed these two pompano October 20 on the original "Pompano Rocket".
Lloyd Langford, a.k.a. Deet, Hueytown AL, with today's fresh catch dinner on October 20.
Houston's Mitch Wayte landed 12 bull redfish October 21 on the first night trip of the season. Mitch fished thirteen hours that Saturday and landed thirteen species, including redfish, grouper, red snapper, king mackeral, false albacore, shark, speckled trout, and pompano.
Brian Whitman and Stephen Larson had perfect sightfishing conditions for pompano on October 24.
Brian and an adorable fly-caught and released pompano.
Stephen Larson and yet another lovely Halloweenish pompano (see the fall 2005 gallery).
Eric Stafford and an October 29 monster jack crevalle.
Rocky Tasse from Ft Walton Beach and a late-in-the-day redfish on November 3.
Chicago's Steve Polachek landed ten bull reds on a balmy November 10 evening trip while watching a night air show at Pensacola Naval Air Station.
Dr. Lynn Koenemann, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and a fine fly-caught pompano on November 12.
Chris Koenemann and Ben Bowman taking a break from flight training at Ft Rucker, Alabama. The Gulf of Mexico was like a "picture postcard" on November 13.
Ken Parham and son Patton with one of many bull redfish released on November 18.
Hobart McWhorter, Birmingham, Alabama, and a fat thirty pounder landed November 25. This was the biggest fly-caught redfish of the fall season.
Fellow guide Jack Hagan of Portland, Oregon, and a spectacular catch made November 29 on a 12 wt outfit, sinking line and an 8 inch streamer. Call Jack to fish the Deschutes for steelhead: 503.252.1529


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