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Fishing With The Troops in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Jose Wejebe and crew received an invitation to visit the US Naval Base on Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and spend a little time with our troops. Jose was invited to host a fishing derby and go on a fence-line tour with the marines.
Bill Reisendfeld
Bill had fished about two weeks prior with guiding legend Captain Steve Huff. With Steve, Bill caught and weighed in a 41 lb Permit; quite an incredible catch on 4 LB test AND the new world record for Permit in that line class.
Key West Wahoo & Sharks

In Key West, what happens when you mix blood and guts, wahoo and sharks, in the wintertime? Well, down here, we go swimming!

This is the time of year that we spend a fair amount of time close to the edge of the reef just off Key West. Most of the inshore water is cold, but the warm offshore waters of the Gulf Stream move in closer.


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".
Good Friends and Fishing Memories
by Christian Goodpaster

As the Action-Craft skiff begins to come on plane across the greenish tinted water, I am thankful I have been blessed for another day of life. Today isn't just another day, today I'm fishing and filming with Jose Wejebe in the Florida Keys. Our quarry; fish and reflections of the past and present. A celebration of the "bro's!"


What do Kiteboarding and the Bahamas have in common?
Kiteboarding is a new water-sport that incorporates elements of windsurfing and wakeboarding. Basically a rider uses a kite and the power of the wind to propel themselves across the water on a board similar to a wakeboard. I had been taking lessons for a while with an organization called the Kitehouse out of Key West.
Michael Mummert & Make a Wish
I have had the good fortune to meet lot's of incredible people in my life. Some of the more impressive ones have come from the most unusual places. Meet Michael Mummert, a brave little man. Michael is 7 years old and has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy
Butterfly Fishing Key West
We went out today just with the intent to locate some new bottom for fishing and maybe do a little underwater filming. The Shimano group is in town so Rush Maltz (a Key West Captain and friend) and I took out Dave Pfieffer, Pat Smith, Jeff and Bryan out to some remote places and started looking for fish
Make A Wish Make A Wish Foundation - Tarpon Fishing with Jonathan Nitch
Jose Wejebe and Make a Wish Foundation recipiant Johnathan Nitch go tarpon fishing in Key West
Shimano’s New Products
Shimano had their annual customer meetings in Key West in May. I got to be a fly on the wall and attend some of their meetings. I was able to check out their new products for the upcoming year. Some of the stuff, no one knows about or even has been announced yet, so it was really cool. I took some video at the conference and will be showing viewers some sneak peeks on our website of what's to come from Shimano. Stay tuned
Fishing in New Areas
Jose gives viewers some tips for hiring guides and gaining local fishing knowledge away from home.

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The Florida Keys & Key West
Everything you ever wanted to know about fishing the world famous Florida Keys and charter booking information.
Fishing Key West Color Change Sailfish
At a certain time of year off Key West, Florida, the Gulf Stream pushes up against the inshore waters and creates a phenomenon called the color change. This creates a kind of highway that lines up baitfish, tuna, and sailfish!
Tarpon Proving Grounds Key West
In Key West Florida, tarpon mass in large schools when they come into the harbor. The numbers, size, and the fighting ability of the tarpon make them the perfect focus group to field test and develop new fishing tackle. Check out what goes into making developing new tackle and watch some unseen footage from the Spanish Fly shoot.
Different Perspectives of the Florida Keys
Tarpon and Snapper fishing in Key West with artist Adrian Gray. Check out some awesome underwater photos from the Spanish Fly Shoot.
Windy Days in The Florida Keys
When the wind is howling in the Florida Keys and conditions are unfavorable for boating and fishing what's left to do? We go fly kites! Join us on the Key West flats to experience the sport of kiteboarding and meet some of the people that share in our obsession!

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Spearfishing Wahoo & Fighting Off Hammerhead Sharks
In Key West, what happens when you mix blood and guts, wahoo and sharks, in the wintertime? Well, down here, we go spearfishing! This is the time of year that we spend a fair amount of time close to the edge of the coral reef off Key West where wahoo and sharks often cruise along.

Sailfish and Marlin Fishing in Isla Mujeres Mexico
A trip from Key West, Fl to Isla Mujeres Mexico, across 400 miles of open water with at the time prototype Mercury Verado 300 horsepower motors and the very first 39 foot Sea Vee ever built.  We made this trip to fish for Sailfish and White Marlin that frequent the area.

Sea Vee 39 - New Spanish Fly Center Console Boat
The new 39 Sea Vee center console Spansh Fly boat arrives in Key West and gets put through its paces with its first kiteboard trip, first fishing trip and first Spanish Fly Shoot.

SCHEDULE 2012 Father Daughter Fishing Key West
SCHEDULE 2012 Father Daughter Fishing Key West

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Eric Culberson Plays the Blues Guitar at the Green Parrot
Good friend Eric Culberson rocks the blues at the Green Parrot bar in Key West Florida.
Key West Shallow Wrecks
Shallow wrecks like the ones west of Key West often hold a variety of fish. Learn how to fish these structures horizontally to target different species.
The Crossing Key West to Isla Mujeres
A trip from Key West, Fl to Isla Mujeres Mexico, across 400 miles of open water with at the time prototype Mercury Verado 300 horsepower motors and the very first 39 foot Sea Vee ever built.
Tangled Up With Joe Weatherby
Jose Wejebe gets into a tangled mess while fishing with artificial reefmaker Joe Weatherby in Key West Florida.
Sinking the USS Hoyt Vandenberg
The USS Hoyt Vandenberg is the latest addition to the Florida Keys collection of artificial reefs that was sunk recently off of Key West florida..  Artificial reefs provide habitat for many species of fish as well as provide a place for divers to visit that relieves pressure off the natural reefs.
Fishing the Gulf Towers in Key West
Some of the impressive vertical structures in the Gulf of Mexico are home to all sorts of game fish from the bottom feeders like the goliath grouper to the mid depth and surface feeders like the permit and barracuda.
Field Testing New Fishing Tackle in Key West
Designing new fishing tackle can be an involved process and for many years Key West harbor has been the proving grounds to field test new gear on the many tarpon that come into the deep waters of the harbor while on their migratory route.
Catching A Tarpon While Testing New Fishing Tackle
Tarpon mass in large schools when they come into Key West harbor. The numbers, size, and the fighting ability of the tarpon make them the perfect focus group to see if the gear is up to handling the heavy loads and drags imposed on rods and reels.
Fishing Key West Color Change for Sailfish
At a certain time of year off Key West, Florida, the Gulf Stream pushes up against the inshore waters and creates a phenomenon called the color change. This creates a kind of highway that lines up baitfish, tuna, and sailfish!
Kiteboarding Key West with Harry and Skot
When the wind is howling in the Florida Keys and conditions are unfavorable for boating and fishing what's left to do? We go fly kites! Join us on the Key West flats to experience the sport of kiteboarding and meet some of the people that share in our obsession!
Fishing Shallow Wrecks West of Key West
West of Key West in the Florida Keys, we often fish a series of wrecks located in shallow water.  Jose Wejebe demonstrates how to target different species of fish such as permit and grouper by fishing these shallow wrecks horizontally.
Key West Tarpon Palolo Worm Hatch
Tarpon fishing in Key West and the Florida Keys goes crazy when the Palolo worm hatch takes place in late May and early June. The Palolo worm hatch is a natural phenomenon that happens when the Palolo worms segment and head out to sea by the millions. The fact that this happens at the same time that the tarpon migration is going on along the ocean side flats of Key West and the Florida Keys creates a feeding frenzy of epic proportion!


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