Jose Wejebe “Spanish Fly” Memorial Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization under the tax-exempt code, and headquartered in Summerland Key Florida. The mission of the Jose Wejebe Spanish Fly Memorial Foundation is to honor Jose’s legacy by making fishing dreams come true for those who face life-impacting challenges.
“The Spanish Fly Spirit lives in all of us.”
Our third annual Fish for Jose weekend was a huge success. The Kick-Off Party was hosted by the Square Grouper’s My New Joint. As always, the food was absolutely delicious. Whenever you find yourself in the Florida Keys, My New Joint should be on your list as food destination! Saturday morning, we held our second […]
Fish For Jose 2019 takes place March 1-3rd, & tickets are now available for the weekend’s events! About Fish For Jose originated as a social media movement calling on all those who loved and watched Spanish Fly over the years to celebrate the life of Jose Wejebe on his birthday, January 18th, and do something […]
Jose’s love of music was comparable to his passion of fishing. Join us to celebrate Jose, support his memorial foundation, and listen to music that drove the Spanish Fly’s unique soundtracks. Longtime friend Terry Cassidy and friends, Billy Bones, Dan Mobley, and Happy Dog are donating their time so we can continue to make fishing […]
Mark your calendars and join us March 1-3 for our annual Fish For Jose Weekend. Kickoff party hosted by the My New Joint upstairs from Square Grouper on Friday. Coastal Cleanup on Saturday followed by dinner. Sunday we are doing a #fishforjose photo contest with awards and wrap party at Saltwater Angler. Register Today!
Things have changed down here in the Florida Keys. Some things for the better, and a lot for the worse. Housing is expensive here in the Keys, and the tornados that followed the hurricane hammered some of the more affordable areas to live. Many people have moved, many are without homes; some are still living […]
Hurricanes. Living in the Keys, I always knew this was a part of my reality. But, I had escaped a real pounding from this particular part of Mother Nature for my whole life. That ended September 10. My family and I made out better than most, and worse than some after Hurricane Irma. My husband Dave […]