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Many doctors don’t know this, but a wonderful cure for the post-Bahamas blues is an ice cold Belikin with your best buds in Belize. On our westward journey home, Sterling and I met up with our close friend Nick for … Continue reading →
Travel The deep-sea bonefishing guides, fishing charters, and restaurants you need to know about The deep-sea bonefishing guides, fishing charters, and restaurants you need to know about on your next visit to Nassau Bahamas.
Travel The fishing charters, boat rentals, and accommodations you need to know about Anglers head to Cat Island Bahamas in February for easy hooking of wahoo.
Travel The dive centers, deep sea guides, and marinas you need to know about Plan your next fishing trip to the angler's paradise, Bimini Bahamas.
Travel The fly fishing guides, lodges, and marinas you need to know about Head to Andros Island in the the Bahamas from May through June to catch a blue marlin off the coast.
Instead of a midwinter Bahamas trip, head to the desert instead, writes Jonathan Wright. “With blue skies, weather in the 70’s and challenging angling for large, exotic fish — usually within walking distance of authentic mexican food. Welcome to carping … more →
In this short film from The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, Bahamas Initiative Manager Justin Lewis gives an overview of the culturally and economically important saltwater flats habitat.
Proper fish handling is an essential technique for catch and release anglers. In this film from Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, “Learn the best bonefish catch and release practices from the BTT Bahamas Initiative Manager Justin Lewis.”
At the 6th Annual Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) Symposium in Fort Lauderdale, US-based ad agency Admirable Devil sponsored a lively panel discussion titled “Bonefish and the Bahamas.” Beau Beasley updates his previous reporting on Bahamian angling regulations with new information suggesting that the ambiguity … more →
Talking about everything from his work and research with bonefish on the island of Eleuthera to his start in fly fishing in British Columbia, Travis van Leeuwen, PhD of the Cape Eleuthera Institute in The Bahamas, sits down for a … more →