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Hunting in Sante Cooper Area
Capt. Mark Phelps of Shore Thang Charters

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Capt. Mark Phelps of Shore Thang Charters

Capt. Graham Hegameyer of Southern Tail Charters

Photo By Jeff Dennis

Capt. Graham Hegameyer of Southern Tail Charters

Capt. John Fuss of Holy City Charters

Photo By Jeff Dennis

Capt. John Fuss of Holy City Charters

Fishing Guides shoot doves

Making a living on the saltwater is a great lifestyle for coastal fishing guides, and they are richly blessed with experiences in their pursuit of scales and tails. So what do fishing guides do for fun on their day off? If it's a Saturday in September these sportsmen head for the nearest dove field in an attempt to get in some trigger time. They are happy to raise their shotguns towards winged 'grey birds' and to also allow their dogs some 'feathers in the mouth' moments. Captain Mark Phelps said, 'I got more sun in the dove field today than out fishing, because my sunscreen stays in my boat, and besides, I had not shot doves in a few years.'
September 19, 2010 at 7:22am
2Comments
Brian CopeProfile Photo
Posted September 20, 2010 at 4:28pm
Nice to see

Good to see these guys out of their 'offices' and enjoying a day without the pressures of guiding. They have great jobs that most people envy, but they probably look forward to breaks like these just like everyone else does!

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John FussProfile Photo
Posted September 26, 2010 at 8:11am
Thanks

What a fun shoot!

Jeff, you ain't bad on the scattergun buddy!

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