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Jose Wejebe
Born in Havana, Cuba in 1958, Jose Wejebe grew up in a politically tumultuous time. Fidel Castro leading the Cuban revolution had just seized power and was imposing communist ways on the country. The new government then began taking land, money and property from some of the families with claims that the property now belongs to the "revolution"...
Costa Del Mar photo shoot in the Dry Tortugas
A group of us had come to the Dry Tortugas to do a shoot for Costa del Mar on Wild Florida. Little did we know that we would find out that there are many ways to define the word "wild".
Remembering Jose
Sharing a few stories of how Jose touched the lives of others through his good will and love of the ocean and fishing.

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Fishing on Weedlines for Dolphin
In this episode of Vida Del Mar Jose Wejebe explains how floating lines of sea weed known as weedlines in open water can be a great place to target many of the pelagic species of fish such as dolphin.
Dolphin and Tuna Symbiosis
Understanding the symbiotic relationship between dolphin and tuna can help fishermen find their target species. Learn how these two creatures benefit from each other in the open ocean.
Shimano Talica Lever Drag Reel
Jose Wejebe introduces the new Shimano Talica metal lever drag fishing reel with two interchangeable drag cams that allow you to fish heavy drags for fish such as grouper, amberjack, and dolphin with one cam, as well as the ability to fish the lighter drag settings associated with fish such as marlin, sailfish, kingfish, and wahoo.
Growing Up With Dolphins
Growing up in the Florida Keys, Jose's Daughter Krissy was introduced to the ocean and its creatures at a very young age.  Following in her parents footsteps, Krissy took an interest in marine mammals and today works at the Dolphin Research Center in Grassy Key, Florida.
Growing up with Marine Mammals
Growing up in the Florida Keys, Jose's Daughter Krissy was introduced to the ocean and its creatures at a very young age. Following in her parents footsteps, Krissy took an interest in marine mammals and today works at the Dolphin Research Center in Grassy Key, Florida.


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