Capt. Bill Curtis, called the “Master Guide of Biscayne Bay,” by photographer and fisherman Pat Ford, pioneered saltwater flat fishing in South Florida. He was an expert in bonefishing and spent 50 years as a flat fishing guide. A box containing his ashes was stolen from a parking lot outside Flanigan’s restaurant in Coconut Grove on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017.
Capt. Bill Curtis, called the “Master Guide of Biscayne Bay,” by photographer and fisherman Pat Ford, pioneered saltwater flat fishing in South Florida. He was an expert in bonefishing and spent 50 years as a flat fishing guide. A box containing his ashes was stolen from a parking lot outside Flanigan’s restaurant in Coconut Grove on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017. Pat Ford
Capt. Bill Curtis, called the “Master Guide of Biscayne Bay,” by photographer and fisherman Pat Ford, pioneered saltwater flat fishing in South Florida. He was an expert in bonefishing and spent 50 years as a flat fishing guide. A box containing his ashes was stolen from a parking lot outside Flanigan’s restaurant in Coconut Grove on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017. Pat Ford

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