Access Closure in Biscayne National Park

June 8, 2015

Those keeping an eye on General Management Plan changes coming to Biscayne National Park have foreseen this coming.  The current GMP reflects on enforcing areas like the Featherbeds and Jones Lagoon No Motor Zones (my only question […]

First impressions of the Lowcountry

September 29, 2014

South Carolina, commonly known to us sportsman as the “lowcountry”; is a part of the world rich in history, good food, great fishing, and that good ole’ southern hospitality of the true south. I had […]

From 12 weight to 12 gauge

January 1, 2014

There are those experiences in life that can’t be completely explained simply with words. These experiences are only truly taken in by being there. Whether from the bow of a flats skiff or behind a […]

Mosquito Lagoon Fish Camp

December 26, 2013

Winter time brings about that gypsy soul in some fisherman, urging us to travel and fish outside of our realm through the cooler season. While northerners are migrating south to get away from the cold, […]

Heat of the Summer Doldrums

October 3, 2013

The summer heat isn’t the only cause for anglers perspiring at the thought of our National Parks right now.  The recent National Park closures have sparked some heat among us fisherman who really enjoy this […]

Sneak Peak… New Maverick Mirage HPX-S

September 15, 2013

There is something brewing at Maverick Boat Company. With the revamping of the classic 17 Mirage HPX-V, the HPX-Micro retired to be replaced with a completely new concept. It was time to build a shallow […]

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