Beautiful little girls, showing off big sisters catch.
No that's not an unknown species......I thinks it long been identified by Mothers everywhere as the very important "woogie"
|Capt. Jimmy Burnsed holds up the first Tarpon of the 2011 season for The Santiva Saltwater Fishing Team|
|Tarpon roll behind the boat|
| 11 year old Ryan Baer of Apple Valley, MN is feeling the bite, while fishing with the Santiva Saltwater Fishing Team on Friday. |
Fishing conditions have been perfect off Captiva Island, Florida. Ryan and his dad, Clayton were lucky to watch some of the first tarpon of the season, roll around the boat all afternoon. Clayton Bare told the Santiva Fishing Team captain that he has been trying to catch a tarpon for 20 years. We encourage Clayton to return to our area in May or June which are primary Tarpon fishing months. March is too early for serious Tarpon fishing.
But a great afternoon was enjoyed catching sharks and just watching the Tarpon roll.
|He sets the hook|
|Ryan boats the shark|
|Ryan and the 60 lb. Bull shark|
|Ryan and dad Clayton Bare|
|Herb Goldenberg and grand daughter|
|TommyReed ( Burnsed) Christmas 2010|
|Tommy and Capt. Jim's buck 2011|
|Tommy Reed (Burnsed) and Capt Jim's and oldest grandson Brian|
|Trout just don't get any bigger than this|
|Capt. Jimmy Burnsed|
|Capt. Jim, Capt. Jimmy with friend Stacy Shearer and son Steel Shearer|
|Brian and Roger Tucker .............ah.....maybe JAWS|
|DJ, Pam, Travis and Leah Vokolek|
|Capt. Jimmy Burnsed, Travis and Leah|
|Pam told me that she and the family had spend most of the day biking Sanibel and Captiva, she didn't know 2 little Islands could be so big. If you are looking to spend a great vacation with your family, Sanibel and Captiva Islands are the place to come. 28 miles of bike paths, 19 miles of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Emerald green water and the warmest average temperatures in the United States.|
Don't for get it is home of The Santiva Saltwater Fishing Team and the Burnsed family.
|Sanibel Island is 2/3 National Wildlife refuge|
|Abby and Carly Mckay|
|Carly being Tricky|