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Destin Fishing Charters. Catch’em – 5th Amendment Deep Sea …

Posted: September 1, 2015 at 1:47 pm

Go Deep Sea Fishing in Destin the The Worlds Luckiest Fishing Village on Fifth Amendments Destin Charters Welcome to the Fifth Amendment Charters website, home of the best Destin fishing charters and deep sea fishing trips. We catch many saltwater fish species including, Red Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack, Tuna, Mackerel, Vermillion Snapper, Triggerfish, Cobia, Shark, Marlin, & more! The Fifth Ammendment charter boat is docked and departs from the harbor in Destin, Florida. We are family oriented and have been locally owned and operated since 1996. Experience the beauty of our emerald coast while charter fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. Deep sea fishing charters are not only fun and exciting, but a great way for a family to spend the day together.

We offer a variety of Destin fishing charters and fishing trips, ranging from a 4 hour family cruises, to 48 hour, overnight fishing marathons! Our overnight fishing charter offers an awesome fishing experience for the experienced fisherman and novice alike. During 48 hour charter fishing trips we travel much farther into the Gulf of Mexico, and are able to catch more fish. Our 6-8 hour fishing charters are great for anyone interested in catching a lot of fish in a days time. On six to eight hour charter trips you might expect to catch, Red Snapper, Red Grouper, Gag Grouper, Vermillion Snapper, White Snapper (Red Porgy), Triggerfish, Amberjack, King Mackerel, and even the occasional tuna or dolphin fish (Mahi-Mahi).

We use only the best fishing equipment available. We provide fishing rods, reels, bait, and tackle. Captain Chuck has been fishing the Gulf of Mexico all his life and has been at the helm of the Fifth Amendment charter boat for 19 years! He has the necessary skill and knowledge to ensure you leave with an amazing catch. We pride ourselves on service and we strive to offer a fun filled, and memorable fishing trip. Our crew is well trained, and our captain is Coast Guard licensed and certified. We keep the boat clean, inspected, well maintained and we are Coast Guard Approved. Charter a fishing trip with us and have an adventure of a lifetime!

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Tomorrow is Now–Futurist Jack Uldrich to Keynote the American Sportfishing Summit

Posted: October 16, 2014 at 2:40 am

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) October 16, 2014

This year, the 2014 American Sportfishing Summit is being held October 15-17, at the Hotel Contessa in San Antonio, Texas and Jack Uldrich, renowned global futurist, and best-selling author will be a featured keynote speaker, along with political pundit Charlie Cook.

Uldrich will be delivering his talk, “The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof the Sports Fishing Industry.” As the son of John Uldrich, one of the founders of Vexilar, a sonar detection system for fish and game forecasting, Jack Uldrich grew up in a world surrounded by sportfishing. Jack’s father along with Robert Knutson, both avid hunters and fishermen, founded Vexilar Engineering Inc. in 1960. Their first product in the fishing arena was Deptherm – a unique and simple tool for finding depth and temperature. In 1965 they acquired an electronic temperature sensing device from Honeywell Inc. which also served as a depth finder. Although no longer in production, it did put Vexilar into the marine electronics sector relating to fishing and opened the door to sonar equipment which they first imported from Japan.

Jack Uldrich is the founder and Chief Unlearning Officer of The School of Unlearningan international consultancy designed to assist organizations in succeeding tomorrow by unlearning today. He speaks around the world on a variety of topics pertaining to future trends and his specialty of “unlearning.” He will address the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), the sportfishing industrys trade association, on how they can begin future-proofing the industry of marine electronics, and live into their 2014 Mission of “Today was Then,Tomorrow is Now.”

As the nations recreational fishing trade association, ASA supports the interests of hundreds of businesses, agencies and organizations and is the champion for the sportfishing industry. ASAs members include sportfishing and boating manufacturers and their representatives, allied manufacturers, independent and chain outdoor retail stores, state fish and wildlife agencies, conservation organizations, federal land and water management agencies, angler advocacy groups, outdoor media groups and journalists all of whom will be audience members for Uldrich’s talk on “The Big AHA.”

“The pace and scale of tomorrows change begs the obvious question: How does a business leader prepare for a constantly changing future?” Jack Uldrich says, “The answer can be found in a simple acronym: AHA. It stands for Awareness, Humility and Action.” He goes on to say, “Leaders must become aware of the extraordinary changes taking place across todays global landscape. For example, advances in nanotechnology are leading to the creation of new materials that can out-compete copper in terms of conductivity and steel in terms of strength. And soon, some of these exotic nanomaterials will even compete on price.”

But Uldrich goes beyond simple trend forecasting and extends his keynote into helping his clients learn, or rather unlearn, in order to embrace all the new trends coming their way. “Once a leader is aware that the only ‘constant’ in todays world is change, and is humble enough to accept that unlearning will be as important as learning, in the future what is he or she to do?” In order to find out, go hear Uldrich speak, or take a look at one of his best selling books, like “Foresight 20/20” which will see its second publication with new editions in the coming weeks.

Uldrichs work has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek,Forbes, The Futurist, Future Quarterly Research, the Wall Street Reporter, Leader to Leader, Management Quarterly, and hundreds of other newspapers and publications around the country. Jack is also a recurrent guest of worldwide media, having appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and National Public Radio on numerous occasions and he is featured as a guest commentator on James Woods “Futurescape.”

Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books, his daily blog, or his speaking availability are encouraged to visit his website. Media wishing to know more about this event or are interested in interviewing Jack can contact Amy Tomczyk at (612)343-0660.

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India: Fishing For Freedom – Video

Posted: November 10, 2013 at 5:43 pm



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For most of their lives, every one of the 1200 fishermen in this village in the south of India described themselves as slaves. They were in debt to money-len…

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Monster Hunter Freedom: Village quest walkthrough Ep 4 – Video

Posted: September 26, 2013 at 11:44 am



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Hello everyone, welcome to my new channel and my new Monster Hunter series Today's Quests Basics: Fishing Mushroom Picking.

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Mitt Romney Tries to Prove He Is Human by Telling Sad Stories

Posted: October 7, 2012 at 10:18 pm

Ever since his post-debate turnaroundon his 47 percent comments, Mitt Romney (or a “spirited fellow claiming to be Mitt Romney”) has been employing a novel campaigning strategy: Trying to convince voters that he is human. (Ann can’t do all the work herself.) Of course, Romney’s not super experienced when it comes to this sort of thing, so his efforts have been a little awkward. Mostly, he’s been talking about dead people.

Romney spent the weekend in Florida where he debuted a new version of his stump speech containing three”revealing and personal” stories about deaths that impacted his life. The firstwas about an old friend from graduate school Bill Hulse, aquadriplegic as a result of an accident who recently attended a campaign event:

“It’s not easy for Billy to get around. Quadriplegiche can’t move, of course, his arms and his legs, and he can barely speak,” Romney said. “I reached down and I put my hand on Billy’s shoulder and I whispered into his ear, and I said ‘Billy, God bless you, I love ya.’ And he whispered right back to me and I couldn’t quite hear what he said. He tried to speak loud enough for me to hear.”

Hulse died the day after the encounter. “Its rare that you get the chance to tell someone how much you love them while you still can,” Romney added.

Next up was a tribute to a 14-year-old Mormon church member who Romneycounseled during the boy’s battle withleukemia. At one point, he asked “Brother Romney” to help him draft his will: “So I went to the hospital and got my legal pad to make it look official,” Romney recalled. “[David] said, I want my fishing rod to go to one friend, and I want my skateboard to go to another friend, and I want my rifle to go to my brother.'” For extra human appeal, he concluded the story with a Friday Night Lights reference:I thought of that wonderful slogan some years later: clear eyes, full heart, cant lose. David passed away, but Ill always remember never forget his courage, his clear eyes, full heart. He wont lose.”

Finally, he talked about meeting a woman at the Republican National Convention whose husband had been killed inAfghanistan. Anti-war protesters had picketed the funeral. When asked “What do you think of these people?” she told Romney: “Chris died for them to be able to protest.” The lesson? “This is quite a nation we live in.”

The response to this new, sad Romney seems to be mostly positive. As one woman who saw him speak in Florida told Politico,”Everyone has him on this pedestal, thinks that hes untouchable, but stories like this make him more human.” Her friend, however, found the address to be a little morbid: “There was one too many. After the second one, I thought, ‘Please, no more dead people.'”

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Liberty finds economy in a post-dated Fourth

Posted: June 30, 2012 at 10:16 pm

LIBERTY — With a name like Liberty, youd expect a town to shine the fire engines for the Fourth of July parade, trot out the mayor in an Uncle Sam hat and blow the sky apart with more fireworks than they set off at Disney World.

But they wont. Not on Wednesday, anyway. This Randolph County town, with the states most patriotic name, will throw its America party on Saturday three days late.

You can get half-off on fireworks, explained Roger Davis, town manager.

The thinking goes like this: With a population of some 2,800, Liberty would have a hard time luring people away from holiday fireworks shows in Raleigh and Greensboro or even the fishing booth at nearby Randleman.

But by waiting each year until the Saturday after the Fourth, when rockets red glare sells at a 50-percent discount, Liberty can throw a wingding that lures 80 percent of the towns residents, draws curious out-of-town visitors, brings 60 vendors, 10 food trucks and an all-day lineup of bands, including Rough Cut, The Shell-Tones and Lightnin.

That can push the holiday as far back as July 11 in years when Independence Day actually falls on Saturday. But Liberty figures, correctly so far, that party-goers will save up some of their flag-waving oomph for the weekend.

Its probably the only time all year we have traffic, Davis said.

Five years ago, Liberty had no Independence Day party at all, and the holiday passed as quietly as the public library on a Tuesday afternoon. The chance to create something special hung like a piata, waiting for Liberty to swing.

Even though the town is named for an antebellum plantation, its too colorful to sit out the spectacle of July Fourth. Liberty is home to Craig Kirkman, world skeet champion. The Chamber of Commerce is housed inside a red caboose. Theres an ocean mural painted on the back of Hurricane Janes restaurant, which also boasts fake palm trees.

Even in June, flags hung from every telephone pole downtown, not to mention the tricolor bunting on the cupcake shop or the plywood Old Glory hanging in the guitar store window. Carol Walls thrift store, Awesome Finds, sells a flag-themed teddy bear. Carolyn Vickrey decorates the mannequin in her dress shop window in Betsy Ross attire.

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