- 18th Annual International Marlin Tournament in El Salvador
- Daughter of Guy Harvey Catches Mammoth Swordfish
- Boating Flings
- Boat Down During Marlin Fight, Panama captain loses control
- Exuma, Bahamas
- Crossing Season: Bimini in Range
- Outrageous Andros
- Bimini Sands to Host Lionfish Bash in July
- The Word from El Salvador
- Buggin’ in 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.
Try this run-and-dump method to catch your fill of yellowfin tuna. We hadn’t caught any large yellowfin tuna, but we’d found birds with our radar while trolling up a decent blackfin, a football-size yellowfin and several skipjacks [...]
Atlantic vermilion snapper and several species of Gulf of Mexico grouper will be back on the list of fish that recreational anglers in state waters can take home for dinner starting April 1. The first day of the spiny lobster closed season is also April 1.
While fighting a marlin in Panama, the captain backs down on the fish, but loses control of his vessel. Fortunately, all aboard were rescued.
South Bimini, Bahamas – Bimini, a Bahamas “Out Island” that’s just 50 miles from South Florida, is famous for its world-class bonefishing and saltwater fly-fishing. Now, Bimini Sands Resort & Marina announces affordable new all-inclusive Bonefishing & Fly-Fishing Vacation Packages combining two or more full days of fishing with a professional Bimini bonefish guide, fully equipped condo accommodations, and all meals and beverages.
Well once again I got the invite to join Paco Saca and his sons in the 18th International Marlin Tournament in El Salvador! Bart and I made are way down to Bahia Del Sol Marina and Hotel [...]
Wahoo season now is in full swing in Bimini and will continue through March. Although anglers lost a long weekend of wahoo fishing last month due to Hurricane Sandy, it wasn’t long until they were back on the water with tight lines – especially off Bimini, which fortunately escaped the storm’s wrath relatively unscathed.
For 26 years Guy Harvey has signed his trademark autograph for fans at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. This year the internationally regarded marine artist and conservationist is politely asking for their signature to support a petition drive to protect stingrays in the Cayman Islands.
There’s a bunch of tunas in the Florida blue. Yes, it’s pretty safe to say that tunas are the strongest and most determined brawlers in all of fishdom. Even billfishes, their closest challengers, don’t quite match them in pound-for-pound pulling power [...]
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