You know you are approaching the halfway mark to Key West when the Seven Mile Bridge approaches into view. If this is your first time visiting the Florida Keys, you will quickly notice stretches of unaccessible bridge close by. Built from the instruction of Henry Flagler, Flagler had designed a railway that transported people to Key West, known as the Overseas Railroad. Due to a hurricane in 1935, the railroad bridge was destroyed (now referred to as the Old Seven Mile Bridge) and a new bridge was built in it’s place in 1982 for automobile use only.
Joe Simonds started the online fishing business Salt Strong with his brother Luke after evaluating his life and realizing that he was just not happy. The two brothers got together and asked themselves really hard questions about what they wanted to do and why. Fishing continued to emerge as the common theme that made both of them happy.
Tom Rowland's oldest son, Turner, is almost 21. In his few short years since graduating high school, he has worked in Yellowstone National Park and as a wrangler at a guest ranch in Whitefish, MT. Recently, he graduated from an intensive 1 month course run by National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) to earn his EMT and Wilderness EMT.
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Howard Films is responsible for creating some of the most iconic fishing films in existence. Beginning with In Search of A Rising Tide with Andy Smith in the Bahamas Howard films caught the eye of fishing fans and led him to create Chasing Silver, Location X, Andy's Return, Bass The Movie and most recently, Running the Coast.