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Jamal Smith guilty of murder, gets life in prison

A Palm Beach County jury today found Jamal Smith guilty of first-degree murder for the 2011 shooting death Kemar Clayton.

After the jury delivered its verdict, Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Charles Burton sentenced Smith to life in prison for the murder charge plus a consecutive 50 years in prions for an armed robbery conviction. 377 more words


The Cavorting Cobia


by Berry C. Williams

(Chapter II)

Most fishermen in this area will tell you that tarpon and snook are the fightingest fish that can be caught here. 1,035 more words

Fisherman's Paradise

Kuala Rompin - Counting Chickens (20 & 21.08.16)

I’d been looking forward to this trip for a long time. Me and my youngest son, who was back in KL for the summer holidays, were going for a two to three day trip chasing sailfish. 1,922 more words

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Fishing Report - Patuxent River and Lower Chesapeake Bay

Another weekend in the books fishing the Chesapeake Bay by boat.  Saturday saw myself, a coworker, and his 10 year old fishing the Patuxent River, bottom fishing for croaker and spot near St. 586 more words

Fly Fishing

Save the Best for Last

POMPANO BEACH, FL – The Mercury/SeaVee Pompano Beach Saltwater Showdown is the final stop and arguably the biggest event in the 3-leg Pompano Beach Saltwater Circuit. 434 more words


Fishing Report - Eastern Shore of Virginia

I spent the past weekend fishing the lower Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, operating out of a tiny creek north of Fisherman’s Island.  The target was cobia on fly, and I had the flies, gear, and strategy to make it happen.  404 more words

Fly Fishing

Cobia regulations for recreational fishermen put damper on fishing

By Peter Vankevich

For the first time in his 48 years visiting Ocracoke, Doran Quigg was not able to pursue his passion for cobia fishing. 1,073 more words