Cap’n Larry Jarboe: The Boat That Does It All

Quite a few years ago, back in the mid-1970’s, I was fortunate to work as a mate then captain of a large passenger carrying boat that took people snorkeling on the shallow coral reefs of John Pennekamp State Park in Key Largo, Florida. I promoted our business with the phrase “If you can swim, you … Continue reading “Cap’n Larry Jarboe: The Boat That Does It All”

Guided Boat Tours in Key Largo

Great news for tourists in Key Largo! Captain Larry Jarboe just added to his fleet the new Wavewalk Express, a comfortable aluminum catamaran with room for half a dozen passengers on its spacious deck. Larry has decades of experience in guiding boat tours, and he offers exclusive excursions including tours at sunset, and tours on … Continue reading “Guided Boat Tours in Key Largo”

200 lbs of Blue Catfish in my S4 “kayak”

By Captain Larry Jarboe I took an S4 with me on a trip to my native Maryland, and today, I launched it out of our Nation’s newest marine sanctuary at Mallows Bay. I fished the Potomac channel’s edge for the invasive Blue Catfish which taste very good. Right off, they started slamming the baits. I … Continue reading “200 lbs of Blue Catfish in my S4 “kayak””

In the fish – Filling an electric Wavewalk 700 kayak with Blue Catfish

By Captain Larry Jarboe Wavewalk Adentures of Key Largo During a visit in Maryland – The Blue Catfish is considered an invasive species in the Potomac River. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says to catch and kill them all. I consider that a mission statement. They taste like chicken. Really good chicken! More outfitting, … Continue reading “In the fish – Filling an electric Wavewalk 700 kayak with Blue Catfish”