Kalon and I have been talking about getting in a trip together for quite a while, but schedules just hadn't lined up right until this past week. This trip worked out well for both of us, because I have been wanting to work on getting some new photographs for my outdoors portfolio and test out some gear, and Kalon was looking for some photos. I was psyched to get a chance to watch and learn from one of the best anglers around. In terms of fishing, it started off pretty slow and cold for both of us, before Kalon started catching some fish as the sun warmed the water up. Eventually I put the camera down and started fishing, and it definitely took some time to shake the rust off, as it had been a good while since my last trip sight fishing redfish. The water was quite low, but pretty clear, and I had a good number of shots, getting quite a few rejections and missing hook sets a few times as well. The tide switched at some point around noon, and the action really started heating up, right about when it was time for both of us to make it back to the launch. Eventually I was able to connect a few times, but it was a good reminder that sight fishing is like any other sport - you have to keep up with your game, or you will suffer. It was great to watch Kalon's approach to sight fishing, and I most definitely got some good feedback and ideas on things I can work on to improve my presentation and approach. Great trip overall! A few photos below that I thought came out particularly well.