Campeche Tarpon by Jan Maizler

April 10, 2016

  Campeche Tarpon   By   Jan S. Maizler     Background-   Those poor souls that have a lifelong unrelenting addiction to the marvelous silver king can have consolations and one of them may […]

Delorme inReach Keeps You “In Reach”

August 23, 2015

After moving to Florida in 2013, I joined a group of kayakers called the WaterTribe. They compete in extreme adventure-style kayak races across various bodies of water in the United States. The WaterTribe has an extensive list […]

Versa-Bella: Beating the Heat

July 27, 2015

Fishing in Florida during the summer months can be rewarding, but it is also extremely HOT. I’ve tried several different ways to beat the heat while fishing from my kayak, but nothing has really worked. […]

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 […]

please permit me to explain…………

May 8, 2015

Pioneering Conservationist Aldo Leopold once stated “One of the penalties of an ecological education is that one lives alone in a world of wounds. An ecologist must either harden his shell and make believe that […]

In Praise of Permit By Jan Maizler

February 2, 2015

        In Praise of Permit By Jan Maizler     Here are some images of the permit I’ve pursued, caught, and released in Florida, Mexico/Yucatan, Belize, Roatan, and Little Cayman Island. In my […]

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