When the annual fall mullet run is in full swing along the coast of east central Florida, seeming acres of the surface-loving fish can turn the water black with their tightly packed masses. Their presence rings the dinner bell for predators such as blacktip sharks, jack crevalle and — here — tarpon. In recent years, anglers have begun to enjoy a whole new perspective of this phenomenon. No water-level view can tell the real story the way a drone’s-eye view can. Check out this video, shot by Evan Parness (@cfa_fishing on Instagram) of Coral Springs, Florida, and that will become evident. Each rush by a tarpon scatters mullet in the way a depth charge beneath the school might. The endless school of mullet moves around tarpon as a single, living entity might. If you see this first on mobile, watch it again at home on a large monitor. It’s amazing.