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The Billfish Foundation Celebrates 30 Years

The Billfish Foundation Celebrates 30 Years

A group of concerned sports fishermen united three decades ago over an alarming revelation. While boats were bigger, technology better and tackle trailblazing in its design, they were catching fewer and fewer billfish. One among them, Winthrop ‘Win’ Rockefeller, had the …

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One Good Tern Deserves Another

We consider it a good omen to be greeted by terns as we enter a new anchorage, so we are delighted to see a small group of Bridled Terns circling above our boat Arctic Tern as we pull into Cayo de Agua in Los Roques, Venezuela.

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A Day on the Wild Coast

Life is like a dry gully in the desert. Nothing happens for long dull periods of drought. Then suddenly alarm bells are ringing , the sky is falling and a torrent comes barreling down the gully - everything at once.

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