Image

Uploaded by user

  • Kerry Gunnarson

    Made by King Sailfish Mounts of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this tarpon casting is a replica of the world-record catch brought in by James (Jim) Holland Jr. on May 11, 2000. The fish weighed 202 lbs, 8 oz., and was the first 200-pound tarpon officially recorded as being caught on a fly. During the more than two-hour battle, the tarpon pulled the boat Jim, his father, and guide Steve Kilpatrick were in nearly four miles; it took two people to hoist it onboard.

Tags:
Forts Lauderdal Florida, Boats Jim, King Sailfish, Holland, Flying Fish, Fish Stuff, James Jim, Fish Weighing, Sailfish Mount

Related Pins

Awesome Tarpon from Kayak, looks like it could have been a Kayak motor!

Tarpon-my favorite sport fish

Top Tarpon Catches Ever Fishing Records | Sport Fishing

Credit: Lauren Dunston Place: st george sound Fish: tarpon Weight: 130lbs Caught By: Capt Tucker Strickland My buddy called me one day and said he wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Something about tricking a 150 lb prehistoric fish into eating a hand crafted fly intrigued him. I penciled him into my book when I had a free afternoon and the picture tells the rest. We had four tarpon to the boat in four hours and he was hooked.

Great shot! - Seatech Marine Products / Daily Watermakers

King of Kings Hobie's Morgan Promnitz, a threat to game fish everywhere, proved top dog among our group when it came to hooking and landi...

justenoughisplenty: oldfishingphotos: Bass Boat, 1956 Boat belonging to Sports Afield angling editor Jason Lucas. It is “a fishing rig tha...

Beautiful Wood Drift Boats - Lets Go Fly Fishing! -CW-