November 2014

Garbage that comes from people dropping it wherever they please is especially disturbing when eyed on the beach, while swimming in the sea or boating inland waterways.
Michael Canero and Jake Nardo and bass.
Florida saltwater fishing-doers who disdain nosodium waters must hardly know what they’re missing, so they must be told about Michael Canero, Jake and Tony Nardo and Miguel Navarro. They’re all young amateurs who caught humongous largemouth bass in suburban waters of Miami-Dade and Broward County.
As their customer base grows older, boating companies are turning their attention to a younger, but less affluent, demographic.
Gray-haired baby boomers at the helm of boats on local waterways are the norm in South Florida and throughout the country. This makes sense since they often have the time and money to afford to spend their days luxuriating aboard sleek vessels. But what about younger generations who might have a similar desire but not the means?
The new pier at South Pointe Park in South Beach opened in mid August. The original pier was closed in 2004.
The mid August re-opening of South Pointe Park Pier in South Beach may reflect a welcome trend in city marine upgrades.
Shark Week on television is over and that’s too bad, but sharks don’t know it so they continue to frighten and fascinate us. In case you haven’t had enough, here comes the National Marine Fisheries Service bearing platters of sharky info hors d’oeuvres.
Biscayne Bay, with its dense boat traffic, can make boat accidents inevitable if people don’t abide by the rules.
The July 4 boating accident on Biscayne Bay in Miami that cost four people their lives has horrified boaters pushing the importance of following basic safety skills on the water.
Michael Canero and Jake Nardo and bass.
As their customer base grows older, boating companies are turning their attention to a younger, but less affluent, demographic.
The new pier at South Pointe Park in South Beach opened in mid August. The original pier was closed in 2004.
Biscayne Bay, with its dense boat traffic, can make boat accidents inevitable if people don’t abide by the rules.

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