On the Water
Capt. Jon Reynolds of the Drop Back out of the Post Card in at Holiday Isle Marina has been putting plenty of color in his charter clients coolers lately. (Contributed photo)
Fathers day weekend is upon us, and I hope every dad has a chance to get out on the water with his family this week to enjoy some great weather and even better fishing.
Posted: Friday, June 14, 2013 01:40 PM EDT
A divers places an image below the area he will clean before attaching the artwork to the wreck. Magnets are used to attach the photographs. (Photo by Tim Grollimund)
One of the great intangible benefits of getting involved in community work is the contacts you make. I have met some very interesting folks so far.
The members of our working group are all accomplished professionals in their respective fields. While we may differ in opinion at times, I believe we all have the same goal of providing valuable recommendations for the sustainable future of the marine sanctuary.
Posted: Thursday, June 06, 2013 06:08 PM EDT
Capt. Bill Hardy helps Islamorada Village Councilman Ted Blackburn hold up his first white marlin caught aboard the Gooseit out of Lower Matecumbe Key. The fish was quickly released unharmed. (Contributed photo)
Just when you start getting use to light winds and clear days Mother Nature reminds us all that she is always in control. Strong winds and heavy rains were the norm this past week, putting a damper on fishing conditions for some, while others braved the elements finding a mixed bag of action.
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 05:07 PM EDT
Forty five students in Richard Russells commercial fishing course recently completed an intensive eight-week boating safety and seamanship course.
Posted: Friday, May 31, 2013 05:05 PM EDT