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Capt. Mike Sheeder grew up in Hawaii where he developed a love of fishing and the ocean. He followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Chris Sheeder, and became a charter boat captain specializing in offshore fishing. He has been fishing Guatemala since 2006, when he took the helm of the 37-foot Intensity, one of the most prolific charter boats to ever fish offshore. Mike has logged some amazing days on the water. He's released 70 sailfish in a day. He's won awards and accolades. And he's seen all kinds of things go down on the water. Listen in to learn more about Mike's ascension in the sport, and his new operation, Intensity Sportfishing.

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