Too Busy To Blog About It

Fall is a funny time for a fishing guide in the Keys. The breakneck pace ebbs a bit, and I have time to get friendly again with all the land-loving facets of my life. Dock duties are essential, for … [Read more...]

Winter and the Bonefish

Dave from Colorado came into town for a few days recently to get in some much need bow time.  He brought a quiver of fly rods and reels and had tied up some very tasty looking flies. Dave actually … [Read more...]

A tarpon a day…

Working both shorelines and open water, we logged another tarpon on the score board yesterday, the 4th day in the week-long annual Don Hawley tournament. Weather has been steadily improving since … [Read more...]

Spring brings a mixed bag of fish to the boat

  Flats fishing in Islamorada and the Florida Keys offers something exciting in every season. While you Northerners are cringing through winter's last laugh, we are whooping it up on the water … [Read more...]