Monthly Archives: March 2014

THE RED SNAPPER BATTLES GOES ON AND ON

This is a letter sent by Capt. Bob Zales, of the Panama City (Florida) Boatmens Association and the National Association of Charterboat Operators, to Doug Gregory – the Executive Director of the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council- about the … Continue reading

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THE HERMIT

This one is an old favorite. It first appeared on the back page of Saltwater Sportsman, back when they ran a lot of Fiction/Humor on that page. Since then it has appeared in other places, but not here. One day … Continue reading

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CLOSE ENCOUNTERS

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS – OF THE OIL RIG KIND! Like They Say, You Can’t Make This Stuff Up! My first “charter boat” was a 24 foot, deep vee, outboard powered hull – a fine sea boat for it’s size, but sometimes … Continue reading

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