Just got back from a two week vacation in Montana... Great to see my friends, the mountains and the river.. Oh and the fish are big this year!!
Kevin Guerin with a Brown trout.. Kevin guides in Montana and the Keys..
Great to be back!!
Fished the last few days with friends... It has been fun.. Up early and out on the water before dawn. We have been finding rolling juvenile tarpon as the sun comes up.. then have been targeting permit and bones on the incoming gulf edge tide... then when the tide tops out and the water gets too warm.. ocean side for big tarpon... Most of the big tarpon have moved on... But there are still enough left to keep it interesting.. Had one go way out of its way to eat my fly today..
Like I said It is great to back!
Currently, for south Florida and the Keys, there is a very low risk of impact in the near future, due to the separation of the Loop Current, NOAA officials said.
"Any oil reaching this area (South Florida and the Keys) would have spent considerable time degrading and dispersing and would be in the form of scattered tar balls and not a large surface slick of oil," the NOAA study said, echoing previous statements made by the U.S. Coast Guard, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and local officials.
For more information.... http://www.fla-keys.com/oilspill/