More than a dozen new saltwater models were introduced in Florida
The author moved lock, stock and tackle to the Florida Keys to pursue his passion
Who answers the phone at 3:30 a.m., chats amiably, swaps helpful information, wishes the caller good luck but doesn’t go back to sleep humming a lullaby of curses?
Competitive, curious and obsessive-compulsive, Nick Smith has laser focus once he sets his mind on something.
When packs of sailfish are working baitballs off Isla Mujeres, the fishing and underwater photography can be otherworldly.
The dolphin were running small off southeastern Florida last summer. You learned that if you were in the Gulf Stream fishing sargassum weed lines for Mr. Big, but you also could have found out from a police blotter that the catch was not as hot as the weather.