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Daniel Powell is a Reader contributor. See staff page for published articles.
- Joined: Aug. 17, 2014
- Gender: M
- Neighborhood: North Park
- Hometown: San Diego
- Occupation: Contributing editor, freelance writer
- Website: http://danielspowell.hubpages.com/
- Comments posted: 47 (view all)
- Votes: 285
- Last log-in: Sept. 7, 2019 | See activity
Born in San Diego in 1962, Daniel Powell now resides in San Quintin, Mexico. He has been a lifelong outdoor and fishing enthusiast while working at various trades on projects throughout the southwest from 1977-1997. From 1999-2004, Mr. Powell was a self-employed consultant and Certified Building Inspector. In 2005, he moved to the La Paz area in Baja Sur to start a ocean kayak fishing operation but returned to San Diego to recover after a spinal injury while researching locales on Isla Cerralvo in the Sea of Cortez.
As an artist, and inspired at an early age by his well-published grandmother, Mr. Powell enjoys reading, writing, playing guitar and singing as his "indoor" pastimes.
June, 2014: Published a collection of his grandmother's poetry titled "Friendship Comes Crashing In- The Poetry of Bonnie May Malody".
July, 2014: Helped create and began working as a contributing editor and staff writer for the Waterfront section at the San Diego Reader.
Images posted by DanielPowell
Some of Juan Cook's clients with a 135 pound Gulf Grouper, caught March 22nd, Gonzaga ...
Posted March 25, 2018
From NOAA. This is an example of a ctenophore, bathocyroe fosteri, which is a mesopelagic ...
Posted Aug. 14, 2015
Capt Brian Castleton of the New Seaforth and Eric Weidele with two pending record bluefin ...
Posted July 15, 2015
Avid kayak angler Craig MacDonald from Carmel holding a smallish mola with a big bite ...
Posted June 19, 2015