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Chris Davison is General Manager of Sanibel Island’s oldest hotel, the historic Island Inn. After living through the devastation of Florida’s recent water crises, Davison joined the fight for clean water, even co-founding a nonprofit organization that represents the interests of the business community and shines a light on the economic impacts of water quality...

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“This Coronavirus thing was different than red tide—it was like an overnight kick between the legs.” Florida native, fishing guide, and fly shop owner, Captain Josh Greer isn’t quiet about the fact that Florida’s water quality will be our economy’s saving grace post-pandemic. For those whose business and way of life depend on the outdoors—everything...

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He’s a longtime fishing guide who refused to stand by as his local fisheries declined drastically. Captain Rhett Morris is at the frontlines of conservation, fighting for Charlotte Harbor and the way of life he loves. If we want to protect these places for future generations, it’s time to “wake up!” Beyond Borders Outfitters Known...

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You never know when the next crisis will hit. They show up without much notice. That’s what makes them hard to deal with and prepare for. It’s not until high-speed winds start ripping shingles off your roof or toxic green sludge infiltrates your backyard or you’re quarantined indoors with your family 24 hours a day,...

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Hurricanes. Toxic blue-green algae blooms. Red tide. Herbicide spraying. And now, Coronavirus.   Guides in Florida and around the globe are being impacted by yet another disaster at the height of their season; the few months they rely on to provide for their families the rest of the year. Captains For Clean Water launched “On...

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GUIDING FLOW TV SEASON PREMIER Episode 1: Featuring Chris Wittman Check out Episode 1 Co-hosted by Capt. Chris Wittman of Captains For Clean Water in search of a Charlotte Harbor Slam About the Show: Join Captain Benny Blanco on a journey to the vulnerable pristine waters across Florida and the world, as he chases wild,...

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Captain CA Richardson interviews his own “most wanted list.” Blacklist features interesting guests from every corner of the outdoor industry. On Episode 4, he interviews Capt. Chris Wittman, Captains For Clean Water Co-Founder and Program Director. They talk about how CFCW has unified anglers across Florida, the FLW Redfish Series days, and what it’s like...

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In times of crisis, we as outdoorsmen and women, often take to nature to escape, reflect, and stay grounded. It provides sanctuary in times of need. For many people, it supports their livelihood, pays their bills, and feeds their family. As we face the global Coronavirus pandemic, Florida is seeing widespread closures to mitigate the...