Just right, and so is the tailing bonefish….their tails light up like little mirrors. It’s one of the coolest things I’ve seen when looking for tailing fish. This new painting is called “Tail Lights” and is from a fishing day we had in Chetumal Bay while staying at Costa De Cocos last year with David Thompson and Brian Hodges.
The 2014, year of the Everglades report. So far the weather here in Charleston is been so erratic, cold and windy, so I really have not done a whole of good fishing! We are starting to get warmer better fishing days and finally the other day I got my first fish of the year on the Everglades special, a small largemouth bass. It was good to finally get it going. This past weekend I was fishing canals in Florida had a small Tarpon Swipe at the fly but missed. I’m hoping for a redfish to be my next catch, Lord knows I need it.
18 x 24 – Oil – Photo by Tosh Brown
Until now I have been painting in a rathole or next to my bed in my bedroom… Finally, I have my own space! I am very excited about this new place to work on my artwork, It is amazing to actually have a place to walk around to view the art from different angles. I bunked up in Free Fly Apparel’s new warehouse, so it will be great having awesome neighbors.