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June 26, 2018

The sleek picket boat slid up along the hull of the ship as lithe as a cat against his owner’s leg begging for attention. Crewmen aboard the United Fruit Line steamer lowered a Jacob’s ladder upon the boat’s arrival. As the coxswain aboard the picket boat maintained hi...

June 26, 2018

This month’s feature fish is the shark. Please keep in mind there are several new shark regulations for 2018. First, a mako now must measure 83 inches to be kept. Second, you must use non-stainless steel, non-offset circle hooks. Finally, along with your HMS permit (wh...

June 26, 2018

July, being the time of year local species are active and looking for easy meals and cooler waters in which to spend the summer, I like fishing for pretty much anything and everything in both fresh and salt water.

Last but not least, some time from now through September...

June 26, 2018

We’ve had some pretty nasty weather so far this season. A couple days of severe thunderstorms spawned several tornados, resulting in a lot of damage as well as countless  power outages.  We came through unscathed but my friend Ritchie had a large tree branch come down,...

June 26, 2018

How long does it seem we’ve been waiting for July to come around?! With such a brutal, cold rainy spring even up through June, this is the time to finally get some sunshine warming up the place! Kicking off summer fun, look for fluke and sea bass fishing to be going ba...

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