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By: Anthony Dooley The waters off the west coast of Puerto Rico offer some spectacular freediving and spearfishing. The dramatic …
The 2014 spiny lobster season opened with the two-day recreational sport season July 30 and 31, followed by the regular commercial and recreational lobster season, which starts Aug. 6 and runs through March 31.
If you don’t dive yet, some of what you “know” about diving might actually be wrong. A lot of these “myths’ are perpetuated in the media and movies, and you might be surprised at what is right and what myths are “busted!” Which one of these myths have you been believing all along?
The adventure began when Capt. Robert Trosset, Pat Ford, and I stepped foot into a seaplane with a scheduled 30 minute flight from Miami, Florida to Bimini, Bahamas.
Scalloping in Florida is a simple and fun choice for a summer activity on the water. From south central through north Florida on the Gulf coast, fishermen and families have enjoyed this pastime year after year. It is a water sport loved by many for its easy process and delicious results. Scallops can be found in very shallow water, and the legal limits allow for two gallons, un-cleaned, per person to be brought home.
One fish is a spear fishing adventure film set in the heart of Mozambique as well as showcasing spearfishermen from around the world who are all dreaming of that one fish. That one fish that defines them as spearfishermen. It is in this pursuit of this dream that guys have been filming some of the best footage from all over the globe.