I know its been a little while between post so I will make it up to you guys with a few fish. Since my last post I have become a creature of the night while fishing for Calicos. The Wall turns into a whole new world at night. The lights from the port light just barely light up the wall just enough to give you the feeling that you know where the fly lands. And unlike like the day, the wind usually die down and help turn the ocean into a lake. Then this calm night is shattered when a 6 pound Calico Bass decides she likes your fly more than you do. A tug of war ensues like you have never felt on the end of your fly rod and hopefully your line and muscles hold out long enough to get the fish to hand.
Capt. Bill Calhoun with a solid 6 1/2 pounder
This Calico was touching barely touching 7 pounds
Big fly equals big fish
I am currently working on getting my captains license so I can show you how much fun Calico Bass can be on a fly.