Category Archives: Environment

Will the Redfish Return?

Will the Redfish Return?    Well that has been the big question around here. Will them red dogs return and if so when? Yesterday I got some good new. Dave, the fish whisper, found a couple of reds on our locale … Continue reading

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The Red Tide Remains

The Red Tide Remains Well here we are at May’s doorstep and the red tide remains on the Gulf Coast. Not good. Not good at all. Crazy. In most years, red tide on the Gulf side of Florida occurs in … Continue reading

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Edward Abbey – A Man Who Loved the Earth

Edward Abbey – A Man Who Loved the Earth Almost thirty years ago, on a March morning in Tucson Arizona, four men placed a corpse into a blue sleeping bag, and loaded it into a Chevy pickup. With the precious … Continue reading

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The Challenge our Fisheries Face: Is Growth the same as Progress?

The Challenge our Fisheries Face: Is Growth the same as Progress?   Here in Charlotte Harbor our fisheries have been slipping for several years and are presently, for the most part, in crisis mode. Stricter fisheries management is one way to … Continue reading

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A Meeting with the Mullet Man

 A Meeting with the Mullet man: I’ve been offline a long time for a slew of reasons. Record cold weather, record hot, high winds, red tide, terrible fishing, house guests, and a fried laptop round out the list. Well, enough … Continue reading

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