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Fly Fishing Long Island, Bahamas

Posted on December 30 2007

John Gifford reports on a trip to Deadman’s Cay, off Long Island, in the far southern Bahamas, noting that the landscape on the island first “discovered” by Columbus features incredible vistas, and that one pays a price for not bringing rain gear. “An hour after the rain had ended, a 9-weight fly rod in hand and battling a 30-pound blacktip shark, I looked up to see a trio of waterspouts in the distance. They danced, receded and eventually dissipated on the horizon as a beam of sunlight filtered through an aperture in the clouds, illuminating and enhancing the blue water around us.” From Oklahoma’s

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