The Indian River Lagoon Chronicles- A Narrative Paddle Adventure Through the History and Natural History of Florida's Indian River Lagoon

On December 1, 2013, five intrepid paddlers launched their vessels at JB's Fish Camp in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Their destination? Jupiter, Florida, 160 miles distant. During their nineteen day voyage of discovery they meet birds, snails, other paddlers, manatees, dolphins, scientists, restauranteurs, mangroves, seagrasses, the ghost of Henry Flagler, and much more. More

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About John Kumiski

Capt. John Kumiski is a fly and light tackle fishing guide, as well as an award winning free-lance writer, photographer, and author. His writing specializes in fly and light tackle saltwater and freshwater fishing, paddle sports, and camping. He's been a columnist for Saltwater Fly Fishing, an editor at Coastal Angler Magazine, and has been published in Fly Fisherman, Salt Water Sportsman, Shallow Water Angler, American Angler, Fly Tyer, and many more. His books include Redfish on the Fly, Flyrodding Florida Salt, Fishing Florida’s Space Coast, and other similar titles.

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