Tarpon Time!
May 30, 2015 Placencia 12 photos

Trip Summary

When it comes tarpon time at HFC the man on the front lines is none other than Frank Raffa. Back at it again for another round, the weather conditions had been unfavorable for several days and Franks tarpon senses were tingling. Today he was granted a chance to get out there and do what he loves most with his good friend and captain. Edlin Leslie, the guys caught two decent tarpon and Frank was more than satisfied with his HFC approved day.
Erwin Westby
Placencia, Belize
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