As we honor the fallen this Memorial Day weekend, we especially pray for the families of those who’ve lost a loved one in war. To our veterans and those currently serving that have lost brothers and sisters in combat, we look to you on this weekend of remembrance, that those who gave everything be reflected in your life as you keep their memories alive. To our fishing community, we love that you are a community of patriotism and care. If you are looking for a way to honor our military, we point to Freedom Alliance and their Offshore Experience program. You can make a donation here: www.freedomalliance.org/offshore.
Photo courtesy of Pepper Ailor
We’re fighting to ensure The Buccaneer Marina’s future and to honor its past.
The marina’s dock was built 60 years ago in 1958. Since its earliest days, sport fishing boats and yachts have filled the Buccaneer Marina slips.
Join us in Telling Sailfish Marina NO! to a north dock expansion that would create a navigational hazard and NO! to any attempts to monopolize the area’s waterfront.
Sailfish Marina seeks to be an island monopoly, a marina that caters only to mega-yachts, controls the price of fuel and dockage, and eliminates nearby competition.
A part of the $60 billion international American Financial Group, Sailfish Marina is threatening Buccaneer Marina in the courts, and in state agencies.
For more details on the Buccaneer’s future plans, the obstacles ahead, and what you can do to help, head over to Tell Sailfish Marina NO Facebook page.
The Schulz brothers, Pete and Tommy, have been teaching, outfitting, volunteering and raising kids to do the same in Jupiter/Tequesta area for 25 years. Their families: Pete and Greta, Clayton, Jessie and JP along with Tommy and Stephanie, TJ and Kristina are so grateful for the opportunity to have their own business and thankful for everyone that has been a part of Fishing Headquarters’ success.
Over the years, they have been involved with Boy Scouts, Saltwater Sportman seminars, hosted seminars of their own, presentations at the WPB Fishing Club, supported the Kids Fishing Program at the Club as well as other kid’s events, father and son camp outs, Tequesta Field Lab, Snook Tagging and more. A member for 40 years, Pete has served on the Board of Directors of the WPB Fishing Club for 15 years, serving as its Chair since 2009. Tommy is not far behind, a member for 37 years. Every Saturday morning since 1998, from 8 to 9am they host Fishing Headquarters Live on ESPN 106.3 FM or ESPNWestPalm.com.
The angler community in Palm Beach County and beyond are invited to celebrate this milestone with Pete and Tommy, their families and friends Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 20-22. Look for 25th Anniversary sales with 25% off or $25 off select items. There will be raffles throughout the weekend with a Costa giveaway with purchase. Saturday and Sunday expect food and drinks as well as manufactures reps on hand with giveaways. Tune to ESPN for more details.
Courtesy of Coastal Angler Magazine – Palm Beach Addition