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Geoff Sandvik

Fishing Show Host Jose Wejebe Killed In Plane Crash

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I just heard Jose Wejebe, the host of a fishing show on the Outdoor Channel, died Friday when he crashed his single-engine plane in a field near Everglades in Florida..

His plane had just taken off from Everglades Airpark around 4:40 p.m. and it crash landed in a field just off the runway,” said Jamie Mosbach, a spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Office.

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I liked that dude, he will be missed

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RIPJose from myself and Fishingcowboy. We both loved watching the Spanish Fly.

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Wow ! :( That's really sad.

But he had a fantastic life ! He loved what he did, and did it a bunch !

RIP Jose,

Fish

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I liked that dude, he will be missed

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I liked his show. He seemed like a good guy. RIP

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I've been watching his show since I was a kid, he will be missed

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Sorry to hear that,I liked his show.R.I.P.

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What a shame. I used to watch his show and always liked the guy. Deepest sympathy to his family.

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I miss his show, he was one of the best on ESPN. Godbless him.

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He seemed like a good guy and you could tell how much he truely loved the sport. I really enjoyed watching his show, he will be missed.

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Absolutely tragic.

Never met the guy, but always had a feeling that I would -- I guess I won't get the chance now.

RIP Jose.

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Man I'm honestly bummed to hear that. He had one of the few saltwater shows I enjoyed. Anyone know how long Spanish fly was on the air? Gotta be 15-20 years.

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Wow that's really sad, RIP Jose

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Bad deal. Rip Jose. Praying for his family

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Terrible news..He has such a passion for the sport,and loved to share his knowledge with others. Rest in peace Jose,you will truly be missed.

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Very sad news. RIP.

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Jose was an a true advocate for saltwater sport fishing and a tremendous teacher. He will be missed.

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Jose Wejebe had great influence on my desire to be a saltwater fisherman. I always have the " Spanish Fly " web site bookmarked.

http://www.spanishflytv.com/

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No doubt one of the best hosts out there. He really made you feel like you were out there with them.

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just found out jose wejebe ( host spanish fly and other fishing shows) was killed in a plane crash i enjoyed his tv shows he was an awsome fresh and saltwater fishermen he will be missed by many tight lines rip jose

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I was going to post this as well. I always watched his show...he seemed like a great guy and his passion for fishing always came through. RIP Jose, fish on!

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Wow, very sad. I really liked his show. Very informative and he seemed like a real down to earth guy. RIP.

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This is a man who will be missed, I, for one am saddened....respectful condolences to family and friends...

Grampa 1114

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