June 4, 2013 in At the Helm
By Cruising World’s Mark Pillsbury
May 22, 2013 in At the Helm
This emerging fishery in South Florida promises a little adventure and a great dinner.
By SaltWater Sportsman’s George Poveromo
Deep Rewards: The waters off Miami, Florida, have a vast network of natural and artificial reefs, one of the best in the world. These reefs attract bait and predator species, providing excellent bottomfishing, which attracts pelagics as well. But a little farther offshore lies a fishery that only a select few, knowledgeable captains take advantage of: the tilefish fishery. Tilefish typically make their homes in 600 feet of water or more. This highly productive fishery is just another in a long list of outstanding opportunities found right in the shadow of one of America’s largest urban areas, only minutes from downtown Miami. And of all the skippers who can find them, no one knows Miami bottomfishing better than Capt. Bouncer Smith. Read the rest of this entry →
April 21, 2013 in At the Helm
During a summer sojourn to her home waters, an old ketch’s past takes on vivid meaning when her original first mate, 60 years on, pays a visit.
April 11, 2013 in At the Helm
“Those few who can successfully negotiate the whitewater in the Middle Fork Feather Gorge will share the wilderness adventure of a lifetime.” James Cassidy, California Whitewater, 3rd ed. Read the rest of this entry →