- Panama Tuna, Roosters and Pomps
- Crossing Season: Bimini in Range
- Daughter of Guy Harvey Catches Mammoth Swordfish
- Boating Flings
- Boat Down During Marlin Fight, Panama captain loses control
- Exuma, Bahamas
- Outrageous Andros
- Florida and Bahamas Yellowfin Tuna
- Bimini Sands to Host Lionfish Bash in July
- The Word from El Salvador
Nestled on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, Nosara has a little something for everyone. Blair Wickstrom, publisher of FSM, booked his trip through Craig Sutton at Fishing Nosara and came back with plenty of interesting photos, videos, and stories to share!
The westernmost island of the Bahamas, Bimini, lays just 53 miles east of Miami. Made up of actually three islands, North, South and East, the Lucayans were the first to settle there. Over the years the Bimini islands have undergone many changes, some by the forces of Mother Nature and others by the hands of man.
Following the release of the Bahamas tuna documentary, Bluefin on the Line, six teams competed in the 2014 Cat Cay Tuna Tournament, held June 5-7. No fish were landed, but Amanda Perryman, Marketing Director for Costa, which produced the film, said that about 60 fish were spotted and two good bunches were baited, with no bites.
The West End Airport (MYGW) is a private airport which reopened for use on June 1, 2014. The airport opens Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour and the idyllic destination of West End, Grand Bahama Island to private pilots and charter operators.
Wifredo A. Ferrer, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Otha Easley, Acting Special Agent in Charge, NOAA Fisheries, Office of Law Enforcement, Southeast Division, and Major Camille Soverel, Regional Commander, South A Region, Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), announce that Toby Lamm, 46, of Vero Beach, was sentenced in Fort Pierce, Florida today for importing illegal catch from the Bahamas.
What’s better than turkey, football and relatives you haven’t seen all year? Easy answer: wahoo, high-speed trolling and a boat only big enough for six of your best friends or family.
Florida Sportsman member Compleat provides us with a much different view of fishing over in the islands. Compleat is no weekender to the Bahamas, rather, he moved there with his family and now provides other FS members with an insiders look at fishing out of Bimini.
For those teams braving a rough crossing to Bimini, the First Annual Billfish Bonanza this past weekend was worth the chop with sails, blues, dolphin and tuna waiting for action.
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