Every year, millions of small mullet fish migrate from Northern Florida, down to the Southern tip of Florida and Caribbean for the winter.
This year BlacktipH Fishing caught some of the greatest moment of the annual run on epic 4k drone footage:
The run attracts a variety of predator fish ranging from snook, sharks and Spanish mackerel to tarpon, jacks and bluefish.
Among the best things about the mullet run, which usually gets going at the end of September and the beginning of January, are the many opportunities it presents to anglers, who can fish from boats, bridges, piers and beaches.
This morning, the run already produced a 90-pound tarpon, a 20-pound redfish and a 30-pound kingfish.
Did you fish during the run this past year?