An angler and his guide find a drop-off where the bonefish are feeding in schools. They are slowly drifting the reef and spotting fish in the shallows where the wind and the tide and the fish turn together. He lays a Clouser Minnow fly right in front of the group and Snap! Fish on! "Drifting the Reef" is an original oil painting by artist Guy Crittenden. Canvas size is 24 x 36 and it is framed in an antique, handmade silver leaf frame with distressed finish, perfect for any style room. It is available for $4,800.
***Currently hanging in Richmond, Virginia
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