Fish

Pilgrims in Inagua

  • By: Jerry Gibbs
  • Photography by: Jerry Gibbs
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Eighty-plus years after the
wreck of the
Basilisk,
Great Inagua remains a
“damned queer little island.”
With leaping tarpon,
giant bonefish and more.

The Abaco Island Tarpon Experiment

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
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Armando Pagliari likes to get under people’s skin. In Quebec, I’ve heard him shout at his favorite salmon guide, Rodney Gallon, “Hey Rodney, you are the worst effin’ guide in the world.” But then, to compensate for his evil entertainment, Pagliari spoils Gallon with lavish tips.

We Were Very Lucky

  • By: Brian Irwin
  • Photography by: Brian Irwin
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Bimini's Giant Bonefish

  • By: Greg Thomas
  • Photography by: Greg Thomas
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I don’t think Hemingway really cared about a quiet place to write when he spent consecutive years on Bimini, back in 1935 and 1936, although he did pen To Have and Have Not during that time.

Into the Wild

  • By: Grant Wiswell
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There’s a moment during any do-it-yourself trip when you have to wonder, Am I ready for this? I asked just that as a floatplane that delivered me and a few friends into the remote Alaska landscape disappeared over the horizon. That’s when the reality of our adventure hit me—for six days we would have to be self sufficient while searching for big leopard rainbows on the upper Copper River, near Bristol Bay.