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Bahamas Billfish Spots

August 4, 2014
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Photo by Richard Gibson Richard Gibson
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While there might be a few places in the world with more blue marlin bites than the Bahamas, none of them are nearly as convenient or as close by. Photo by Richard Gibson
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The fishing in the Bahamas is world-class, but it’s all the other amenities — like full- service resorts, pristine clear-blue waters, friendly locals, and top-notch marinas — that keep you coming back. Photo by Doug Perrine Doug Perrine
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The fishing in the Bahamas is world-class, but it’s all the other amenities — like full- service resorts, pristine clear-blue waters, friendly locals, and top-notch marinas — that keep you coming back. Photo by Billy Black Billy Black
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The fishing in the Bahamas is world-class, but it’s all the other amenities — like full- service resorts, pristine clear-blue waters, friendly locals, and top-notch marinas — that keep you coming back. Photo by Richard Gibson Richard Gibson
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The fishing in the Bahamas is world-class, but it’s all the other amenities — like full- service resorts, pristine clear-blue waters, friendly locals, and top-notch marinas — that keep you coming back. Photo by Billy Black Billy Black
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It’s almost as if the Bahamas were expressly made for those who want to fish, explore and dive ­— which makes them an ideal destination for anyone with a nice sport-fisher moored out back. Photo by Billy Black Billy Black
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It’s almost as if the Bahamas were expressly made for those who want to fish, explore and dive -— which makes them an ideal destination for anyone with a nice sport-fisher moored out back. Photo by Billy Black Billy Black
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While many boats come here for the billfishing opportunities, they are far outnumbered by the anglers targeting tuna, dolphin, wahoo and snapper. Photo by Billy Black Billy Black
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