Celebrating 37 Years of “Serving the Serious Fisherman”
Photos – Florida
Along the Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida the wilderness is on the water. Nearly two hundred miles of coast from Marco Island to Key Largo are protected for our and
future generations to explore and enjoy. Rookery Bay Reserve, the Ten Thousand Islands and Everglades National Park make up over two million acres of protected coastline, backcountry bays and tidal rivers. During our many outings into these wilderness waterways our cameras are clicking away. Here you’ll find nice photos of its stunning scenery, exotic wildlife, fish we’ve managed to fool and all those happy faces enjoying this one of a kind wilderness region.
You never know what you might find in the backcountry
Over the holidays Carmen Bombeke and her son Zephyr from Camden, Maine spent a few days with me chichee hopping in the Everglades. As you can see they had a great time and fooled a bunch of fish.
Everglades National Park – Post Irma
After the first December cold front
You never know what’s around the next bend when you’re in the Everglades