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jimS 12-01-2006 07:13 AM

Location X
 
For you tarpon fans, Howard Films will be airing its new film tonight. It is scheduled for 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Versus (formerly OLN). Jamie Howard's previous films, In Search of a Rising Tide and Chasing Silver, are clearly several notches above anything else I've seen on fishing related topics.

hmaadd 12-01-2006 07:57 AM

I'll second that. Thanks for the reminder. My dvr is ready.

juro 12-01-2006 08:45 AM

If they do P.R. I will be pissed!

First the rooster dream, then... ;)

Smcdermott 12-01-2006 09:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by juro
If they do P.R. I will be pissed!

First the rooster dream, then... ;)


Juro,

According to the description only those "in the know" will be able to discern the location from the footage.

No maps. No GPS coordinates.
Just the finest tarpon fishing ever caught on film.
We blindfold world class anglers.
Fly them in. Drive them to the water.
And share shocking footage of unwary tarpon swimming at the boat in clear water - daring us to cast a fly.

I will certainly be glued to the set tonight as I agree everything I have seen from these guys is head and shoulders above most else out there.

Sean

rogcon 12-01-2006 09:59 AM

Are you sure it's "Location X" and not "Chasing Silver" tonight ?

hmaadd 12-01-2006 10:15 AM

It is location x just listed as chasing silver. Did you guys ever do the P.R. this fall. Just wandering. I might take the wife there in the spring. :whoa:

Dble Haul 12-01-2006 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Smcdermott
I will certainly be glued to the set tonight as I agree everything I have seen from these guys is head and shoulders above most else out there.

Agreed! High quality stuff. :smokin:

jimS 12-01-2006 08:36 PM

Where is it?...
 
Following the viewing of Location X, and its great shots of tarpon, missed hookups and utlimate landings, do you have a guess on the location? I've got my thoughts, but for the tarpon gurus, where do you think they fished?

While they were U.S. guides and boats (ID covered), I don't think it was in U.S. waters. So...where were they fishing?

FredA 12-02-2006 08:23 AM

I tried to watch it at 11 but fell asleep during a commercial. From what little I saw it wasn't Homasasa (Montuack south).

FishHawk 12-02-2006 09:23 AM

Awesome show. I think they were fishing in Isla Holbox, Mexico. The clue for me was at the very end of the show there was the Mariachi Band .
FishHawk
PS I could get really hooked on Tarpon . :smokin:

figen 12-02-2006 06:09 PM

yeah, that was a good program. thanks for the headsup

Bob Bergquist 12-02-2006 07:59 PM

As for the location, I could have sworn I saw a white water tower in the backround...not very common outside the US. The logistics of getting flats boats over seas and back would be a trick. I've never fished the area, but could it be N Florida east of the panhandle? The sand was awfully white to be Mexico, more like the Gulf Coast. Could be wrong. Good PR ploy to have a "secret" spot video. It shall be revealed in time I am certain.

Eddie 12-05-2006 10:37 PM

That's Chicks Bight, just south of Marco. I will try to post a link to Google Earth. Really easy to get there. Just drive into the camping area and wade. Better yet, go to wallmart and pick up a $30 canoe you can cover much more ground. Resident fish year round and from January to April fish over 100# are common. A Rusty Pugliesi is the hot ticket but any fly will do. Those fish see a fly and charge it. The fish see very little pressure, so you can wade right up to them. I'll see if I can post a link with directions.

bonefishmon 12-06-2006 05:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eddie
That's Chicks Bight, just south of Marco. I will try to post a link to Google Earth. Really easy to get there. Just drive into the camping area and wade. Better yet, go to wallmart and pick up a $30 canoe you can cover much more ground. Resident fish year round and from January to April fish over 100# are common. A Rusty Pugliesi is the hot ticket but any fly will do. Those fish see a fly and charge it. The fish see very little pressure, so you can wade right up to them. I'll see if I can post a link with directions.

I'm ready to make plans! Eddie. Would you like to show us around?

Phil

jamie 12-08-2006 03:53 PM

Trying to work out how I'll get to see it over here. Got both his DVD's and they are sooo coool.


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