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Hi guys,

I am going to Wayne's studio over in Wakefield, RI on Saturday, if anyone wants to join me they can get a real good look in person of his amazing art(photos). I will be picking up a framed 18x24 of #9 of his tuna series. He has some amazing photos available, a great christmas gift for your favorite angler(or Capt.;) )

You can check out his stuff at Ocean Aerials - Wayne Davis
 

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His photos are amazing Dom thanks for posting, the tuna formations are very interesting to see from above and the shark photos got my blood pumping
 

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His photos are amazing Dom thanks for posting, the tuna formations are very interesting to see from above and the shark photos got my blood pumping

I wont be so quick to dismiss baskers anymore either....did you see the one with the bluefin following?:eek:

The hunting formation is sick, seing all those wakes behind them stirring up the water, while the water in front of them is still.

The photos online dont do them any justice whatsoever...you gotta see the real deal in person to truely appreciate.
 

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I wont be so quick to dismiss baskers anymore either....did you see the one with the bluefin following?:eek:

The hunting formation is sick, seing all those wakes behind them stirring up the water, while the water in front of them is still.

The photos online dont do them any justice whatsoever...you gotta see the real deal in person to truely appreciate.


ow funny thats exactly what I thought was how many times we ignored basking sharks while casting. Really love his work
 

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Awesome pictures.....Guys somthing very interesting, notice how on all the
tuna shots there's 2 or 3 fish breaking the surface but most are under the surface, and are all facing the same direction.

Thats why its good to cast even to 1 busting or boiling tuna, because there
are many under the surface, and also be aware of which direction the tuna is
going. I have known this for a while and i think its helped me with my success
and the pictures has proved it.

Very nice Dom, thanks for sharing.
 

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Christmas Gift

Dom, I'm sure whatever you choose for your favorite wooden plug maker will be appropriate. When you drop it off I'll even let you pick out a place where I should hang it. :)
 

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Thanks man... that was really great i looked at every single picture on his site. Some really really awesome photos... Greatstuff.
 

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to think he's from Wakefield! I drive by his house 2x daily!
I'll have to give him a call...I want the hunting formation shot...velociraptors have nuthin' on those tunas...
 

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Wow what a wonderful portfolio.
We run a spotter plane for our fishing operations in Oz and a good chunk of lifetime on the water has resulted in a bunch of neat sights.............but nothing that compares to that portfolio.
 
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