Photos: Young Anglers Score at Ocean Reef Kids Day Camp


James Harper, age 15, caught this tarpon while fishing the mangroves with guide James Koch.
All photos courtesy Roy Sedge

The Ocean Reef Kids Day Camp is held at the Ocean Reef Club on Key Largo, at the top of the Florida Kays. It’s a gerat program for kids ages 12-16, teaching them to cast, tie knots and flies, and how to handle and release fish. But best of all, it gets these youngsters on the water! Here are a few photos from this year’s Camp.


Ben Walton, age 15, got into a Keys bonefish.

Ben also caught a tarpon in the mangroves: two-thirds of a Grand Slam!

Nathan Walton, age 12, landed a cool mangrove snapper.

3 thoughts on “Photos: Young Anglers Score at Ocean Reef Kids Day Camp”

    1. You are absolutely right, Phlatsphisher, and I have removed that image from the post. I’ll plan a future post on proper fish handing. Thanks.

  1. Great photos. I also had a mangrove snapper at my first fly fishing trip. I wasn’t 12 though, I was about 18 or 19.

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