Here’s the first episode of the killer new series from Estrada Art Films. Eric and the guys search throughout Florida for untouched backwater estuaries and areas that have been or are scheduled to be affected by coastal development. Through some serious bushwhacking and hard work, they find juvenile tarpon, snook, redfish, black drum, and even peacock bass. The video also offers a look into the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust‘s Juvenile Tarpon / Snook Habitat Project. One of the goals of the project is to show how coastal development can be detrimental to our fisheries, as it can affect many of our juvenile nursery habitats. But with the proper research and action, we can regain and maintain a healthy fishery and environment in these very important areas.