Renowned fish photographer and SF contributor Al McGlashan recenty traveled from his home in Australia to fish Samoa. He wasn’t disappointed. Mahi from 20 to 40 pounds were so thick, “in the end we were trying to stay away from them.” He says, “The problem with Samoa is it’s so underfished and with just two charter boats, there’s so much ground to explore. The opportunities are endless!” He shares with SF here a sampling of some of the photos he took there. For more, visit almcglashan.com.
Al McGlashan shows off a typical Samoan wahoo caught trolling close to the steep edge of the reef.
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