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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | Blue Water and Golden Fish

From late 1981 till the Summer of ’83 I lived in Ft. Lauderdale with Sunshine, my 1966 Boston Whaler Sakonnet 16 and an assortment of mostly fresh water tackle. Sunshine was a great boat for trolling in the Gulf Stream. … Continue reading

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | The Secret of Shelby Forest

I started hunting on squirrels. A quiet stalk or peaceful hide in open woods was very well suited to my love of solitude and to my expertise with a .22 rimfire rifle. My Mom, and later the Love Of My … Continue reading

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | Mentors

[Editor’s note: We know many of our readers enjoy JB’s articles. With his latest article, here’s a chance to get a little personal insight into our friend and columnist "JB" and how mentors have influenced his life.] I was in … Continue reading

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | “Skin diving” in the Pacific

From mid-1954 to late 1958 I was stationed at Barber’s Point Naval Air Station on the southwestern tip of Oahu, in what was then the Territory of Hawaii. I was assigned to Air Transport Squadron VR-21 as an Avionics Technician … Continue reading

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