Polling is the process of pushing a skiff through the shallows using a pole instead of a motor. This is done because the fish scatter when they see little flashes of light. Therefore, the quieter and less conspicuous you can be while approaching them will make all the difference in the quality of your catch. So it’s vital to travel in a boat made specifically for this very purpose.
A unique and original photograph by John Campos, an award winning photographer and tournament angler.
Polling the Flats is a 24” x 30” gallery museum mount canvas.