#mahimonday - they grow em big down in Costa Rica. Pair of quality Dorado thanks to @superfly_sportfishing #seastheslay
I’m extremely stoked (& frankly humbled) to share the first rendition of my newest project, “Faces of Fishing” - featured in Pacific Sportfishing Mag. Our first feature spotlights none other than Duane “Diego” Mellor @duanediego , “a guy that needs little introduction to those in tune with our local fishing scene”. Very appreciative to have this opportunity - thanks Bill DePriest, and even more so thanks to Duane’s time and willingness to collaborate here. I enjoyed getting to know him better and hearing his story into fishing - I hope you all do as well (link in bio)!
Jumping on the 2019 Top 9 bandwagon - in the 1st year of this (seastheslay blog/journal) little side project I’ve had the opportunity to meet, fish with and learn an incredible amount from some of the best to do it. I still have a LONG way to go before I can qualify as anything more than a fishing kook but a special thank you to all those I’ve met along the way that have aided in my progression and become great friends! Looking forward to many more trips and endless learning experiences on the water! #seastheslay
Excited to share (check bio) the 2019 grand finale Student of Slay trip - “Which brings us to the pièce de résistance. A full day offshore, chasing billfish with the legendary Maverick Sportfishing.” @maverickcostarica #seastheslay
Fridays amirite?? Quick limits (plus several tagged) of quality Tripletail running the crab lines this AM. Blessed to work in an industry & with people who share the same passion for fishing and who are willing to show this bozo new programs/fisheries. Beer counts slacking today... #seastheslay
#tbt to perma-smiles and sails in Costa Rica. Putting the final touches on November’s Student of Slay article - can’t wait to share the story! #seastheslay
Seas The Slay
My Journey Deeper into Fishing
Tag: local knowledge
July 28, 2019
Student of Slay – “Old” Fish, New Tricks.