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”

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”

A decade later – Review of the Wavewalk 500 (W500) kayak, by its designer

Why am I writing this review of the Wavewalk 500? This kayak has been around for close to a decade, and our website features over 200 Wavewalk 500 reviews that our clients have contributed over the years. But I thought that since in the past few years we’ve introduced the bigger W700 and S4, there may … Continue reading “A decade later – Review of the Wavewalk 500 (W500) kayak, by its designer”