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Here is an excerpt 
from a BRL                report.                                         Dear Capt. Mike 
A few days ago I was fishing
all by myself along the
coast of Central Belize, in
the vicinity of a very picturesque
local fishing village. A rickety
old pier extended about one
hundred feet from the shore.
A rusty old metal roof, just
barely standing upright on the
pier, supplied shade from the
broiling afternoon sun. 
Combined with a gentle
afternoon sea breeze and a cooler
with cold Belikin beer a few local
fishermen lounged in the shade. 
The only thing keeping them
awake was the cold beer. 

I could not resist the temptation
to take a break, so I eagerly
joined the happy looking
group in the shade.  They asked
about my fishing success
but were especially curious
about the long skinny fly rods
racked in my skiff.  Among
many other fishing stories I
carefully but casually
explained the new Belize law
about Catch and Release
for Tarpon, Bonefish and
Permit.  As commercial
fishermen they found it difficult
to Sage flyrods believe that anyone would go
      
   to the trouble of catching big
 fish like tarpon and then letting
them go alive back into the sea. 
They had heard about Catch
and Release but did not
understand the concept.
After a few minutes and a few
more beers from my cooler
they seemed convinced that
Catch and Release was a good
 thing for sport fishermen, but
 were not quite convinced that
the law was a good one for them
also.

Just as I was about to take
leave of this relaxed and amiable
group of local fishermen a young
boy came running in from the
end of the pier and in raw Creole
he told us that a really big fish
was in the water by the end of
the pier, but it looked like it
was dying.  Come quick he told
us.  So we all hurried to the
end of the rickety old pier. 
Sure enough, there was a Tarpon,
about 75 pounds, floating on
its side, almost belly up,
gasping for air.  The water
appeared to be about four feet
deep so I jumped in and signaled
the group of Tarpon onlookers for some









help, but no one moved.
I approached the Tarpon from its
back, then held its lower lip in
my right hand and cradled its
body with my left arm.  While
standing on the grassy sea
floor I slowly rocked the big fish
back and forth, passing water
over its gills.  For a few
minutes, maybe two or three,
it did not seem that I was having
any effect on reviving the
fish.  So I splashed more water
and bubbles into its open mouth
and past its gills for another
five or ten minutes.  Very slowly
at first the big fish seemed to be
waking up, righting its body
and slowly moving its tail ever
so slightly.  I continued the
splashing and rocking for
several more minutes, getting
myself a bit winded in the
process.  This was no easy job
but I could see that the fish
was now showing the will to live
and I felt responsible for
saving its life.  After all, this
Tarpon was now legally
protected in Belize and I just had
to help in any way I could.  I
was even feeling good that I had
been a key player in influencing
legislation for Catch and
Release of this species as
well as for Bonefish and Permit.

It now seemed I had been
working with this fish for
about half an hour and I was
becoming exhausted.  One of
my new found friends on the
pier even extended his beer for
me to take a swallow.  Wow,
another cold Belikin to my rescue!

Well my new friend with the big
scales, big eyes and slimy body
was now well awake and quite
ready to go, so I pushed her
forward to test her reflexes. As I
shook her tail she lunged
forward and swam away for
about ten yards or so but
circled back toward me.  My
fishy friend circled me
several times staying just
about six feet away.  Her eyes
seemed to be checking me out
and I even imagined I saw
eyes of appreciation.  I could
hear the audience, now up to
about twenty persons cheering
on the fish to swim, swim, go, go,
go!

I felt so good, I'd done the
right thing, helped another
tarpon to survive its human
contact. Now the fish came even
closer and was actually rubbing
up against my legs, like a big
cat or dog that wanted more
affection and did not want to
leave my side.Then I found
myself talking to the Tarpon.  I
must have babbled on something
about our lucky day but I do
remember asking, what is
your name, where are you
from, what happened to you,
how did you get here? 

To my amazement the Tarpon
answered in a loud and clear
voice, in English: "I am Julia, I
came from Florida, I followed
in the wake of a cruise ship, I
fed on soupy food scraps they
flushed out for me, but I
suddenly felt sick and passed
out. I must have drifted for a
few hours.  Then you showed
up.  Thank you, thank you for
waking me up.  How can I ever
repay you for saving my life
."
I told Julia that Tarpon Satellite tag tomorrow we





would be tagging a big
tarpon with a satellite tag to
see where it goes from here, and
would she be willing for us to
place a tag in her back to
follow her for about six months.
Julia told me that would be OK
by her but the tag would not
really be necessary as she
could tell me right now that
she was heading for Venezuela. 

I was thrilled to be so
privileged to be having a
conversation with a Tarpon, one
who might someday be really
famous.  I also have witnesses
who heard both sides of
the conversation between me
and Julia.  So look out for my
friend Julia, the talking Tarpon
who we tagged next morning.

And then.........................
I woke up from my dream about
Julia the big Tarpon.  This
dream was so real I got up and
made some notes so I could share
 with you my experience with
Julia.

I hope you enjoyed my Tarpon
dream.  
Warm regards,
Mike Heusner

Satellite tag retreival









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MANGO CREEK LODGE
ROATAN

Report 

Mango Creek Lodge, 

Just thought I’d say hello from Paradise. All is well here, we have had a steady but small trickle of guests and fishermen. The fishing has been great we have been getting steady catches of Bonefish and quite a few Permit. There have not been too many Tarpon but mostly because we haven’t been after them in a while. Michael Mascha from Southern Texas was back for a week

Terry

Here are some of his photos:

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A.F.F.S. FLY FISHING REPORTS

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A.F.F.S. "FLY FISHING REPORTS FROM AROUND THE PLANET" 10/15/17...Our new Southern U.S. Musky Pro, Shaun Cox, @ TNT GUIDES had this report waiting for me in my mail this morning.."Hey everybody, Fall is here and the big fish are rolling in for TNT. Water temps are averaging 74 degrees right now and the water clarity and weeds are excellent. The topwater bite is getting hot and fish are moving all over the lake".. If chasing giant Southern Muskys' is on your bucket list, now's the time to call and book your trip with Shaun or one of TNT's great guides for a shot at a giant Cave Run Lake musky. My recomendation is to find your 10 weight, wire bite tippets, some big flies and get ready to roll to Kentucky soon. There is a great Southern fly fishing event going on in another couple of weeks from now that could tie in perfectly (pun intended) with a trip to fish with Shaun. It's the Fly Tiers' annual weekend event held at Little River Outfitters in Townsend, TN. http://littleriveroutfitters.com/pages/events/flytyersweekend on November 4 - 5 where some of the Southern regions (and many other places) top fly tiers will gather to "show & tell" their skills off. Some of them will be able to talk TN. & KY. musky flies and fishing techniques and their experiences with musky fly fishing with you all day long for 2 days. Might be a great idea to combine a stop here while going or coming to fish with Shaun and his crew @ TNT during a little road trip. Mmmmm? At least that's the plan I'm thinking about for me. Call Shaun @ 606-225-3587 or myself here @ the office @ 732-267-0058 for more info.. 10/2/17...Guide Chip Jablonski in Upstate N.Y.on the Salmon River this past week says the River was fishing great, flow wise was good and it's loaded with big King Salmon and some Cohoes but the Big browns and Steelhead rainbows are not in attendance yet. Great to see his Dad Charley "Coach" with him and able to set the hook and fight some Kings right off the deck at the cabin on the River.. The video clip was very nice Chip. You can see it on Chip's F.B. Page.. Chip, Give my best wishes to him.. Chip reports "The weather has been warm and beautiful to be out fishing in but colder temps and some rain are needed to bring the big trout home from the big lakes of Ontario and Erie. At this point with long range weather forecasts? If you want salmon GO NOW if you want Big Trout think about November". Same report from all along Steelhead Alley as far West and South as the "CAT".. ast night i spoke by text with Guide Paul healy of JIM THORPE FISHING COMPANY, PA. Paul has been doing well this past week fishing the Pohopoco Creek and the Lehigh River since some rain visitd these streams.. He says the Pohopoco has been yielding som nice browns in the 20" class on # 20 Bead head Pheasant tail nymphs and slinging and swinging streamers. 9/26/17..Good news today from Capt. Chris Goldmark, he let me know that he lucked out again and the big storm in Puerto Rico some how spared his house and boats on the tiny Island of Culebra off Puerto Rico.. So the two of us have a lot to be thankful for this year.. My young protege and star pupil Chandler is back home in Columbia, S.C.from Bolivia guiding and fishing for Golden Dorado, so we might be fishing (if the Marine Repair Shop in Charleston, gets the new water pump installed quickly) and filming for some redfish and "specks".. I am pleased to announce our latest A.F.F.S. member operation that has come on board in Kentucky called Justin Mullins Outdoors on Cave Run Lake that will now provide guided Musky hunts on the top Lake for that species in Kentucky.. Justin is extreemly knowledgeable about the habits of this exciting game fish, as he started catching them here in his early childhood (age 6) at the knee of his now deceased father, Crash Mullins, the famous Musky Guide, a Freshwater Hall of Fame Angler and star of his popular T.V. fishing show. Crash was instrumental in pioneering, promoting and conserving the Southern muskellunge fishery.. We are honored to have Justin taking a keen interest in developing this fishery for more fly fishing anglers for our clients to enjoy. Our top young A.F.F.S. pro and South Carolina native, Chandler Williams will start helping Justin hone his big fish skills with fly fishing tackle now that he is back from his successful guiding stint in Bolivia, catching one of the other toughest freshwater species, the fabled, Golden Dorado. I plan on joining the two of them on Cave Run later this Fall or in early Winter to capture some of the action for you on camera for our Flyrod.TV channel Show and our 2018 Show seminars.. I fish some early Fall trout action last week with Guide Paul Healy and filmed some of the final clips for our short film "Fly Fishing Bum Stories" 9/1/17.. I am also looking forward to a half day or so of chasing cobia on the fly with Capt. Brian Horsley at Harkers Island, N.C. if they show up there while they are headed south like me. Brian tells me as of last week the Cobia are to his North off Oregon Inlet and that Jacks, Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel, Puppy Drum, Specks and Sharks are what he and Sarah have on the "menu' right now, while they await the arrival of the Big Albies, Reds and Stripers that usually start for them during this month and lasts through the years end.. They stay busy but you might get a day with one of them if you call NOW..
<B><FONT color=white size=6 face=SimSun white=""> 
<MARQUEE bgColor=blue>A.F.F.S. "NEWS IN THE NET" 9/29/17... Good news today from Capt. Chris Goldmark he let me know that he lucked out again and the big storm in Puerto Rico some how spared his house and boats on the tiny Island of Culebra off Puerto Rico.. So the two of us have a lot to be thankful for this year.. My young protege and star pupil Chandler is back home in Columbia, S.C. today from Bolivia. So we might be fishing (if the Shop in Charleston gets the new water pump installed quickly) and filming for redfish with my flats boat down there in a couple of days before we head up to the North Carolina mountains to do some Trout fishing with Mark "Moonshiners" Rodgers before heading down to Florida now that Chandler will not have to go to Culebra with the boat and help Capt. Chris restart his business. I know Chandler would have stepped up and besides he is eager to spend time learning about Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon fishing and guiding on the flats. There is always next Spring to do that. In the meantime there is Sea School in LA., Shows and Seminars, Musky and Stripers to catch and two A.F.F.S. retail  locations maybe more to help get  opened and lots of other stuff to keep him busy..
9/23/17.. Just returned from a few days of filming and fishing with A.F.F.S. PA. Pro Guide, Paul Healy, owner of the JIM THORPE FISHING COMPANY from his base of operations in Lehighton, PA. We fished the Lehigh River and several Pocono Mountain streams including the Pohopoco, Mud Run and the Hickory Run. The trout were not monsters and proved to be finicky feeders but Paul caught some that added additional good instructional dialogue clips and "B Roll" background shots for Pauls' upcoming short film that I have been working on for a series of angler portraits called. Fly Fishing "Bums" Journeys. I will have it edited and up on our Fly Rod.TV channel on U-Tube, Vimeo and other media outlets by Christmas and have the Trailer out by Thanksgiving. I will let you know when to give it a look, when it is ready for viewing, Check here for updates on it and the next one coming up is young Chandler Williams, "Fly Fishing Bolivia for Golden Dorado" which is still being filmed until early October.. My third one planned is my long time friend Capt.Chris Goldmark who has pioneered guiding for bonefish with fly tackle in Puerto Rico and splits his time on the water between Culebra and Cape May, N.J. Chris has had an interesting life in our sport and a story that I would like to tell. There are insights into his story in the interview I did with him for our WINGS & WATERS Magazine a couple of years ago. A film version will be much better I am sure. Hope to start on that project this coming Spring if Culebra has recovered enough from the Hurricanes that have devastated much of P.R.. 9/16/17.. Irma has come and gone from Florida and it gave me some tense moments worrying about the safety of my wife and friends at our residences in the Fort Myers area they came through it unharmed as did our property.. I still have some unfinished business here in New Jersey and one more Show to possibly attend in Tuckerton, in another week.. Then I will be driving my way south for a couple of months of work and fishing in Florida.. I am pleased to announce our latest A.F.F.S. member operation that has come on board in Kentucky called Justin Mullins Outdoors on Cave Run Lake that will now provide guided Muskie hunts on the top Lake for that species in Kentucky.. Justin is extreemly knowledgeable about the habits of this exciting game fish, as he started catching them here in his early childhood (age 6) at the knee of his now deceased father, Crash Mullins, the famous Musky Guide, a Freshwater Hall of Fame Angler and star of his popular T.V. fishing show that was instrumental in pioneering, promoting and conserving the Southern muskellunge fishery.. We are honored to have Justin taking a keen interest in developing this fishery for more anglers including our clients to enjoy with fly tackle. Our top young A.F.F.S. pro and South Carolina native, Chandler Williams will start helping Justin hone his big fish skills with fly fishing tackle when he returns in October from his successful guiding stint in Bolivia, catching one of the other toughest freshwater species, the fabled Golden Dorado. I plan on joining the two of them on Cave Run later this Fall to capture some of the action for you on camera for our Flyrod.TV channel Show and our 2018 Show seminars.. Tomorrow I will be heading inland to fish some early fall trout action with Guide Paul Healy and to film some of the final clips for our short film "American Fly Fishing Trout Bum"  9/1/17.. Guide Paul Healy and Capt. Mike headed to Lexington, Kentucky this past week to exhibit A.F.F.S. Services and Sponsor products while performing seminars at the ULTIMATE OUTDOOR EXPO August 24-26th. A great late summer Event that we have been very pleased to perform at now for our 4th year. We had hoped to spend some special time talking fly fishing with Ted Nugent who was this years featured  performer at the EXPO.. For some reason? his scheduled Country and Rock Music Concert on Sunday night did not occur as Paul and I were certainly looking forward to that. Ted's appearance at the Expo was only a brief paid "Meet & Greet" session with him and Show attendees that opted to do that. A little disapointing for us, but we more then made up for it with a new found friendship and a potential A.F.F.S. Lodge/Guide Service and Fly Shop member with T.V. Reality Show star Mark Rodgers of the hit program MOONSHINERS on the Discovery channel.. Mark turned out to be an experienced fly fisher that spends a lot of time on his local rivers and streams in North Carolina pursuing brown trout, brookies and bass when he is not filming his Show. During the 3 day Expo we hit it off pretty good and Mark has invited me to join him at his home in N.C. later this month to fish and film a bit of the two of us catching some trout.. I am looking forward to doing that right after a half day or so of chasing cobia on the fly with Capt. Brian Horsley at Harkers Island, N.C. Mark will be guiding me to catch some Browns from his N.C. Mountain streams. Mark wants me to help him set up a guide operation and a retail fly shop at his location where he plans on expanding that passion of his, as MOONSHINERS is in it's last year (6th season) of production. We may shoot a pilot fly fishing episode for a possible new TV program idea Mark has. but we will see if that all comes together. Stay tuned right here and on A.F.F.S. Flyrod.TV for any announcements on this new development. Our sincere thanks to the entire Expo staff and every one in Kentucky that stopped by our exhibit to see us and to talk fly fishing and enjoy some of Paul's great cooking. we are looking forward to returning again next August..  7/1/17.. A.F.F.S after 5 years of trying to do so, we have recovered our full rights to our flyrod.tv domain name. It happened without any additional costs except for patience and vigilance..  We will begin producing new video content and internet television broadcasts using our flyrod.tv internet channels this Fall from Florida..
<B><FONT color=white size=6 face=SimSun white=""> 
<MARQUEE bgColor=blue>A.F.F.S. "NEWS IN THE NET" 9/29/17... Good news today from Capt. Chris Goldmark he let me know that he lucked out again and the big storm in Puerto Rico some how spared his house and boats on the tiny Island of Culebra off Puerto Rico.. So the two of us have a lot to be thankful for this year.. My young protege and star pupil Chandler is back home in Columbia, S.C. today from Bolivia. So we might be fishing (if the Shop in Charleston gets the new water pump installed quickly) and filming for redfish with my flats boat down there in a couple of days before we head up to the North Carolina mountains to do some Trout fishing with Mark "Moonshiners" Rodgers before heading down to Florida now that Chandler will not have to go to Culebra with the boat and help Capt. Chris restart his business. I know Chandler would have stepped up and besides he is eager to spend time learning about Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon fishing and guiding on the flats. There is always next Spring to do that. In the meantime there is Sea School in LA., Shows and Seminars, Musky and Stripers to catch and two A.F.F.S. retail  locations maybe more to help get  opened and lots of other stuff to keep him busy..
9/23/17.. Just returned from a few days of filming and fishing with A.F.F.S. PA. Pro Guide, Paul Healy, owner of the JIM THORPE FISHING COMPANY from his base of operations in Lehighton, PA. We fished the Lehigh River and several Pocono Mountain streams including the Pohopoco, Mud Run and the Hickory Run. The trout were not monsters and proved to be finicky feeders but Paul caught some that added additional good instructional dialogue clips and "B Roll" background shots for Pauls' upcoming short film that I have been working on for a series of angler portraits called. Fly Fishing "Bums" Journeys. I will have it edited and up on our Fly Rod.TV channel on U-Tube, Vimeo and other media outlets by Christmas and have the Trailer out by Thanksgiving. I will let you know when to give it a look, when it is ready for viewing, Check here for updates on it and the next one coming up is young Chandler Williams, "Fly Fishing Bolivia for Golden Dorado" which is still being filmed until early October.. My third one planned is my long time friend Capt.Chris Goldmark who has pioneered guiding for bonefish with fly tackle in Puerto Rico and splits his time on the water between Culebra and Cape May, N.J. Chris has had an interesting life in our sport and a story that I would like to tell. There are insights into his story in the interview I did with him for our WINGS & WATERS Magazine a couple of years ago. A film version will be much better I am sure. Hope to start on that project this coming Spring if Culebra has recovered enough from the Hurricanes that have devastated much of P.R.. 9/16/17.. Irma has come and gone from Florida and it gave me some tense moments worrying about the safety of my wife and friends at our residences in the Fort Myers area they came through it unharmed as did our property.. I still have some unfinished business here in New Jersey and one more Show to possibly attend in Tuckerton, in another week.. Then I will be driving my way south for a couple of months of work and fishing in Florida.. I am pleased to announce our latest A.F.F.S. member operation that has come on board in Kentucky called Justin Mullins Outdoors on Cave Run Lake that will now provide guided Muskie hunts on the top Lake for that species in Kentucky.. Justin is extreemly knowledgeable about the habits of this exciting game fish, as he started catching them here in his early childhood (age 6) at the knee of his now deceased father, Crash Mullins, the famous Musky Guide, a Freshwater Hall of Fame Angler and star of his popular T.V. fishing show that was instrumental in pioneering, promoting and conserving the Southern muskellunge fishery.. We are honored to have Justin taking a keen interest in developing this fishery for more anglers including our clients to enjoy with fly tackle. Our top young A.F.F.S. pro and South Carolina native, Chandler Williams will start helping Justin hone his big fish skills with fly fishing tackle when he returns in October from his successful guiding stint in Bolivia, catching one of the other toughest freshwater species, the fabled Golden Dorado. I plan on joining the two of them on Cave Run later this Fall to capture some of the action for you on camera for our Flyrod.TV channel Show and our 2018 Show seminars.. Tomorrow I will be heading inland to fish some early fall trout action with Guide Paul Healy and to film some of the final clips for our short film "American Fly Fishing Trout Bum"  9/1/17.. Guide Paul Healy and Capt. Mike headed to Lexington, Kentucky this past week to exhibit A.F.F.S. Services and Sponsor products while performing seminars at the ULTIMATE OUTDOOR EXPO August 24-26th. A great late summer Event that we have been very pleased to perform at now for our 4th year. We had hoped to spend some special time talking fly fishing with Ted Nugent who was this years featured  performer at the EXPO.. For some reason? his scheduled Country and Rock Music Concert on Sunday night did not occur as Paul and I were certainly looking forward to that. Ted's appearance at the Expo was only a brief paid "Meet & Greet" session with him and Show attendees that opted to do that. A little disapointing for us, but we more then made up for it with a new found friendship and a potential A.F.F.S. Lodge/Guide Service and Fly Shop member with T.V. Reality Show star Mark Rodgers of the hit program MOONSHINERS on the Discovery channel.. Mark turned out to be an experienced fly fisher that spends a lot of time on his local rivers and streams in North Carolina pursuing brown trout, brookies and bass when he is not filming his Show. During the 3 day Expo we hit it off pretty good and Mark has invited me to join him at his home in N.C. later this month to fish and film a bit of the two of us catching some trout.. I am looking forward to doing that right after a half day or so of chasing cobia on the fly with Capt. Brian Horsley at Harkers Island, N.C. Mark will be guiding me to catch some Browns from his N.C. Mountain streams. Mark wants me to help him set up a guide operation and a retail fly shop at his location where he plans on expanding that passion of his, as MOONSHINERS is in it's last year (6th season) of production. We may shoot a pilot fly fishing episode for a possible new TV program idea Mark has. but we will see if that all comes together. Stay tuned right here and on A.F.F.S. Flyrod.TV for any announcements on this new development. Our sincere thanks to the entire Expo staff and every one in Kentucky that stopped by our exhibit to see us and to talk fly fishing and enjoy some of Paul's great cooking. we are looking forward to returning again next August..  7/1/17.. A.F.F.S after 5 years of trying to do so, we have recovered our full rights to our flyrod.tv domain name. It happened without any additional costs except for patience and vigilance..  We will begin producing new video content and internet television broadcasts using our flyrod.tv internet channels this Fall from Florida..
salmon fishing, salmon river, Pulaski N.Y.
Chip's client with a King and a Cohoe he harvested for the table this past week. the rest of them are still waiting for you in the Salmon River, N.Y.

9/2517.. Culebra  Puerto Rico..

I spoke with Chris 2 days ago. He is here in N.J in Cape May safe and sound with his wife and family Awaiting word from friends on Culebra to hear how his house and boats weathered the storm. For now and the foreseeable future his

Fall and Winter season are understandably on hold.. 

"I look forward to my regulars returning and meeting new friends with whom 

I can share some of the great fishing in Culebra with when this is possible again".


http://www.culebraflyfishing.com/


...Great time with Kevin McDevitt and Wife Maureen this week...Saw a lot of Permit and caught a nice tarpon ! Bonefish were scarse! Big schools I saw last week of small fish...Gone. The amount of permit I have been seeing has me excited. Jeff Storm fishing with me today had casts at 10 different fish on this mornings trip. one take....not hard enough!...Screw the Bones I'll chase permit everyday! Albies made a late afternoon showing and I'm on the case first thing AM ...Top of the flood...I promise my videos will get better!


    

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Editors Note.. PS: Need a great guide in Cape May, N.J. next summer? Spend a day chasing stripers with Chris.. That's where Capt. Chris can be found during the summer months.. Also a great way to meet him and pick his brain a little about Culebras.   Give him a call..




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Allan Johnson with a good Brookie from the Musky
Guide Paul Healy with a Musky Brown
Big Kev holds steelhead caught on the Salmon River
Capt. Chris Myers with a huge Red caught in Sebastian Inlet.
Nice Pocono Mountains brown trout are coming from the streams this past week that Guide Paul Healy has his clients fishing on. Call Paul and get in on this great Fall action while it lasts..