Welcome to Spearfishing in South Florida....
I Love Spearfishing, and the spearfishing in South Florida is pretty
damned good. As you can already tell, Jeffrey Drew Jenkins has some pretty
strong opinions about everything. Here you will find all you need to know about Jeffrey
Drew Jenkins of Boca Raton, Florida.
Since 1997 (my god, that's five years!) this website has been proclaiming the
deeds and adventures of JeffWorld. The center of jeffjenkinis-ism.
The repository, access point, and true original source of all things Jeff Jenkins. Here you can begin your voyage of discovery about me, Jeffrey
Drew Jenkins: my education at The University of West Florida, links to things I like to do,
and stuff I want to share with you, the reader, about my hobbies, my life,
career. Also, of course, the obligatory photos of me, me diving, fish I
have caught. There's quite a bit about South Florida and why I really like
living here. After all, Jeff Jenkins thinks South Florida is paradise!
you wish to send an actual letter on a piece of paper, mail it to 825 NW 13th
Street #108, Boca Raton, FL 33486. I used to publish
my icq number, but in all fairness, I don't crap around with icq much any more, cause I actually have a life. Regarding any email you
wish to send: Remember, marriage proposals from attractive oriental women are opened
Some day, I'll be a PADI Master Scuba diver, and then I'll be a real know-it-all and can
just kick back and gloat. The
important thing is, weekends find me hovering over a wreck or reef,
looking for fish that need spearing! Of course, I'm always looking for
lobsters too, as well as any weird stuff I might happen to find on the
bottom of the sea. The list of weird things I have found include boat
anchors (3), beer cans, conch shells, encrusted fishing rods, bottles, and a
plastic trash can. My favorite boat is called the Miss
out of Pompano Beach, with the capable
Capt. Conrad Nix at the wheel. If
you've seen Jaws, you remember the character of Quint the charter captain.
Well, that's Conrad. The Miss Conduct is a 6-pack, meaning only six
divers; no rules, just right. The truth
is, once you have been out a few times in a smaller boat, with 4 or 5
divers instead of 15, you will not go back to a larger boat...
Oh yeah....in case you are wondering where you heard the music...it's the theme from Seinfeld....
Jeff last labored on the site on 09/24/02.