We leave Flamingo at sunrise. The fishing guide, Jason Sullivan, guns the throttle of his skiff, beelining us through Whitewater Bay. We come to a stop in a river mouth—engine cut, wash shooshing against the stern—where the mud gives off the deep, . . .Read More
When the 2015 baseball season ended, Boston Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello knew that he’d not lived up to his promise. He’d need to refocus himself during the off-season, and fly-fishing played a big part in finding his mojo again. The next year, he led the . . .Read More
Readers of Florida’s largest newspaper opened the front section of the Sunday edition to find a full-page ad featuring a powerful message from Orvis CEO Perk Perkins and Vice Chairman Dave Perkins, . . .Read More
Written by: Chris Lewis
The day starts with a zero-dark-thirty launch of the canoe. The less light, the better the odds of a hook up, so you become familiar with the darkness quickly. You must pole aggressively to cover . . .Read More
Throughout 2016, coastal South Florida suffered through horrific blooms of blue-green algae and other water-quality nightmares. Organizations such as the Everglades Foundation and Bullsugar . . .
Tomorrow, a host of anglers, conservationists, and business owners will take to the podium in the nation’s capital to participate in an event about how we must protect the Everglades. The . . .Read More