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...]

Twin reds

These seasoned fresh-water fishing brothers tried their skills on the salty flats of Islamorada with me recently. They made the few adjustments I called out, and practiced retrieving snapper, drum, … [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...]

Redfish on Fly in Florida Bay

Flat calm days in the Florida Keys allowed us to fly fish for redfish and black drum in the Florida Bay with Capt. Steve Friedman on his 17.8 Whipray Hells Bay Skiff. Music: “Blue Sky” by Big Head … [Read more...]

Ben’s First Redfish

Ben wanted to catch a redfish. He did some research at Worldwide Sportsman, practiced his casting and demonstrated patience. On a gorgeous fall day recently, we set out for the backcountry of Florida … [Read more...]