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Florida hogfish, done up with escabeche, a pepper, fennel and onion marinade, and a tad of “liquid smoke.”
The people behind the new Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum in Largo, Jana and Jim Simons, pose here with the tasty and colorful hogfish. The Simons’ believe strongly that children can learn life lessons through fishing, and their not-for-profit Center is already proving it.
Fishing clubs established in schools across Florida, and soon in Georgia, are underway. The Simons have inventive plans for camping programs, school projects, a culinary school and more.
Bill Correira, Florida fish and wildlife painter, fundraiser, and owner of Gallery Woo in St Petersburg, died recently, leaving behind a vast array of works, many of them seafood-related. This is his Florida rock lobster.
At Anglin’s Fishing Pier, Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida. Hurry on down and get in on some of the finest fishing you could imagine — blues - mackerel - snapper - snook - tarpon - cobia and pompano. Just look at those on the other side of this card. Better hurry - get in on the fun.
Is there something special about that fish in his left hand?