Hunting Wounded Warriors Bud N’ Mary’s Marina in Islamorada hosts 14 Wounded Warriors for three days of offshore fishing action. By Ronald C. Modra | Published Jan 26, 2010 8:23 PM Hunting Josh whoops it up after whuppin' up on a mackerel. SHARE Sailfish, yellowtail and dolphin were on the bill this past January 21-23rd when for the third consecutive year, offshore captains and staff at Bud N’ Mary’s Marina in Islamorada, Florida, hosted fourteen Walter Reed Wounded Warrior anglers for a Keys getaway. For some, this was their first-ever saltwater fishing experience. Wounded Warriors work the lines aboard the appropriately named Man ‘O War. The Strictly Business and Wounded Warriors get down to business on a kingfish. Bud ‘N Mary’s marina is the most renowned in the Keys. A cooperative chicken dolphin about to come aboard. Joe Guyton of Stamford, VA with the barricuda of the day. Josh Tuohy of Eden Prairi, Minnesota and Capt. Marc Ellis aboard the Man O’ War. Isaac Jensen of Fairbanks, Alaska pumps and reels on a kingfish. They don’t have any these in Alaska! Josh whoops it up after whuppin’ up on a mackerel. Brandon Rothmel of Buffalo, NY with two nice king mackerels. Joe McLosky, Robert Taine, and Joe Guyton Walter Reed’s Wounded Warriors A three-day event with a one-of-a-kind, Keys-style swordfish barbeque, complete with entertainment by the sea. Participating charters were: The Redfish, Strictly Business, That’s Right and Man O’War. All can be booked through Bud N’ Mary’s Marina Bud N’ Mary’s Marina in Islamorada hosts 14 Wounded Warriors for three days of offshore fishing action.