I will make this short and sweet, I am slightly buzzed from the 6 Pacificos I drank earlier, and extremely full from the incredible Mecican food I ate. Jared and I arrived in Baja today at around 12pm, took the shuttle and hit the beach ASAP. We walked about a mile down and ran across a jolly train of mullet (thousands upon thousands). At the end of this train were some very very happy Jack Crevalle that couldn’t resist our flies. Enjoy. We will post more at the end of the week!

Jared's 20+lb Jack Crevalle :: Photo by: Matt Jones

Jared's 20+lb Jack Crevalle :: Photo by: Matt Jones

Jared's nice Jack being released

Jared's nice Jack being released

About The Author

Travis was born and raised in Texas, and began his fly fishing journey on the streams of the Texas hill country. After graduating from Southwestern University he joined the team at Blue Drake Outfitters in Dallas and has been a fixture in the local fly fishing scene ever since. Travis is our company General Manager, Head Buyer, FFF Certified Casting Instructor, and E-Commerce director. Travis and his wife, Amy, live in Lake Highlands with their twins, Luke and Emily.

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  1. Jonathan

    Cool pics, I remember catching one of those while after tarpon last year. I was sure that I had a young tarpon by the way that it fought. Look forward to more!

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