This is one of my favorite shots and at the same time was one of the hardest shots to get. This Sailfish was captured in the Gulf Stream off of South Florida in the spring. Sails are very difficult to shoot because they swim due South against the Gulf Stream current when hooked. Swimming against the current gives the Sail extra oxygen with the current flowing through his gills. This fish swam me all over the place and when I finally caught up with it I was fortunate enough to catch him entering the water after a large jump. Notice how he is staring at me as soon as he hits the water.