Let me bring myself back to a place of celestial navigation, salt spray, the smell of squid and the wind pushing against my face. This moment seems like a lifetime, yet somehow it always goes too fast. How can 23 consecutive hours of fishing go so quickly is beyond me! When I leave the ramp, it’s usually the beginning of a 20-hour trip.
Rods are the most important piece of fishing equipment we have, if you ask me. Rod building sparked my interest about five years ago when I needed a beach shark rod. I couldn’t find one that was heavy enough, long enough and had the reel seat low enough for me to reach. I now have the perfect rod, but it definitely isn’t something I can buy from the store.
Considering I've been on the road for two weeks, I clearly haven't been on the water enough,which sucks! Here I am, in the madness of boats being shuffled, man lifts, vacuuming and handcarts plowing through piles of boxes. Yes—it’s the last day of set up for the Classic.
This is by far one of the greatest boat shows you could attended! I have been working this show for the last 5 years and people come from all over the world, either as a vendor or a consumer. I'll be here till Friday working for Avid Sportswear—they’re a sportswear company geared towards the Florida lifestyle
My name is Christina Weber most folks call me Red or Redfish - which translates into RedFeesh. Not for my strong redfish catching abilities, but for my red hair – lame I know, but I love it! I’m just a gal born and raised in South Florida in the town of Wellington.