Florida is a popular place for saltwater fishing. Visitors and locals alike take charter boats to deep sea fishing spots, or cruise the bays looking for tell-tale signs of their aquatic targets. Fewer people fly-fish, but the shallow sand flats right off the beaches can be ideal habitat for Redfish and other species. These photos were taken along the Florida Panhandle on a particularly sunny afternoon.
Erika Zambello is a writer, birder, and photographer living and working along the Emerald Coast of Florida. She has a master’s degree in environmental management, where she specialized in ecosystem science and conservation. Her love of the outdoors was inspired by a childhood in Maine, where she returned for her National Geographic Young Explorer grant. In addition to Maine, she has lived in New York, France, Washington, DC, and North Carolina. Erika believes in the power of communicating conservation and exploration, which was the inspiration for One World, Two Feet. View all posts by Erika Zambello