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  • Perry catching rockfish off the beach
    Captain Perry Romig

    It is with a heavy heart I write this post.  This week I have lost my mentor, my fishing buddy, my Captain, Perry Romig.  A father, husband, a skilled craftsman and outdoorsman, Perry influenced everyone who he was around.  “Hey Slick” he would say whenever......

  • Hooked up on the wreck with a Mantus Anchor
    Greensticks, scuba diving, tuna troubles and broken boats…

    It’s been a minute since another post here, typical, especially in the summer. Right now sitting over in the left coast for a couple weeks and finally have a chance to catch up, kicked back in the hotel. Spent 3 weeks in Barrow, Alaska this......

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DEER HUNTING
A FAMILY TRADITION

Part of the Coastal Killers crew, this father and son team took a pair of nice bucks the same afternoon in their separate locations.  This is what passing down the tradition is about, If we do not teach the younger generation our heritage they will be lost to the age of technology that is trying to envelope us all.  Remember our roots, harvest your animal, respect it and understand where your food comes from.
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FISHING FOR DINNER

A fishing trip builds bonds and friendships that last.  We love our sport and have a passion to be a steward to the sea.  At the same time, We believe it is import to understand the true ways of providing for your family.  These days the origins of our food is forgotten to chain groceries and pre packaging.  It’s Coastal Killers style, we put fish on the table.