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Honachefsky is the ultimate multimedia marketing consultant, writer and host for any sport fishing or travel needs. His wealth of experience in the outdoor industry will serve any consulting, marketing or speaking engagement need you may have.
Honachefsky has worked as a full time professional, spirited fixture in the Fishing and Travel journalism industry for the past 15 years. A graduate of Villanova University, his heart and soul has taken him exploring throughout the Caribbean, Central America, the 50 states, Europe and afar to cover the most exciting and prolific fishing destinations worldwide as well as happily plying the local waters of his home along the New Jersey Coast. A pioneer in the industry, he has held the position of Managing Editor at Salt Water Sportsman, continues as a Field Editor for SWS, Guest Editor at Guy Harvey Magazine, is a syndicated weekly saltwater fishing columnist in the Gannett USA Daily Journal and Courier Post, Field Editor for The Fisherman Magazine and is regularly published in the foremost leaders of the media industry including Salt Water Sportsman, Outdoor Life, Marlin, Sport Fishing, ESPN, Field and Stream, On the Water, Caribbean Travel and Life, Recommend, American Airlines Latitudes, among many other venues. Honachefsky has also hosted NBC Sports SportFishing Television as well as performing various other hosting duties at the World Fishing Network. Nick co-hosts Bite Club TV with rock star Mickey Melchiondo, aka Dean Ween, of the band Ween and Moistboyz, and is here to help you learn, live and appreciate the true sportfishing and travel lifestyle.
THANK YOU ALL!This has been one crazy ride. There are times when you can mentally prepare for stressful situations and times when you get blindsided and thrown off the boat into raging seas. As Superstorm Sandy took my home in Normandy Beach, all 15 years of my life’s professional work, photographs mementos, gifts, surfboards, fishing tackle and precious memories, I can’t slight her, as the ocean has given me much, much more in return as a fisherman and local. She wanted to let me know that her respect is always earned, and though I still think she’s a bitch for screwing up my life for the moment, I can’t be bitter, I live in her turf, and her time. So, that said, all this being homeless and “displaced”, finding food, clothing, shelter and such, living day to day, I just want you all that it would’ve been a seriously rough road, and still is, but the generosity, love, selflessness that I have gotten from you all has kept me rolling strong through the dark, uncertain times. First you all helped me out with food, then clothing, then the outreach of friends past, present and even acquaintances of friends that I have never met, stepped up to the plate to help me out. To you all, I say, THANK YOU, from the very bottom of my heart and into my soul. I owe you all my gratitude, and more importantly, in my belief as a God loving person, you are all angels to me. I hope you all know I would do the same for you. I cannot even begin to list all of you who have helped, but you know who you are, and know that I am a stronger person because of you. Ok, I am going to rebuild, at least put up a camper or Winnebago when I find one, to start living again on my beach, my plot of land, my home, when I am allowed to get back on the island, and you are all welcome to come and hit the surf with me. I would not have it any other way. All my love, Nick