Help Out A Potcake

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I don’t know of a more endearing dog breed than the potcake. These dogs are smart, affectionate and fiercely loyal. They are a mix of the working breeds colonist brought to the islands to work the plantations and over generations they have kept the best...

I Love The Bahamas Photo Essay

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As the weather cools off, I can’y help but think about bone fishing in the Bahamas. Temperatures are dipping into the bearable range here in Georgia. I’ve been spending a lot of evenings and mornings on the porch and I know I should be looking forward...

Bahamas Bonefishing Regulations Update

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Take A Deep Breath! It’s Gonna Be Ok! The conference room just outside of the walls of ICAST and IFTD is buzzing with chatter and anticipation of the coming announcement to be made by Rena Glinton, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Marine and Fisheries of...

Sunday Classic / Gullywash

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Watch the video and learn how to make Bahamian Gullywash. It is no overstatement to say that tasty alcoholic beverages are an important part of Bahamian culture and I'm a firm believer in the old adage, "When in Rome do as the Romans do." With that in...

Saturday Shoutout / The Journal on Andros

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Take a trip to South Andros with the Fly Fish Journal. I ran into these guys at the Congotown airport on their way home. Looks like they had a good week. Watching this video makes me wish I was there now. I'll have to wait until...