Snorkeling at Cistern Point on a drizzly, overcast afternoon.
Lots gathering for the evening tarpon feeding.
One seen via flashlight while walking along the water late at night, in water not much deeper than the fish itself.
The Elopiformes /ɨˌlɒpɨˈfɔrmiːz/ are the order of ray-finned fish including the tarpons, tenpounders, and ladyfish, as well as a number of extinct types. They have a long fossil record, easily distinguished from other fishes by the presence of an additional set of bones in the throat.