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  • Fishing in Elbow Cay, in the Abaco chain of the Bahamas, when we had a rare encounter with a Mako shark. Read More
  • The local fishermen net these regularly off the south coast of Tanzania, on the east coast of Africa. This one was still twitching when I photographed it. Do you have any idea what it might be? Read More
  • I have been fishing the waters of Long Island Sound my whole life. Over the summer while fluke fishing, I noticed that in each area we fished, the fluke were different colors. How come? Read More
  • Lookdowns are truly the epitome of the flat shape. But they're just the last step in the evolution of this design among the jacks. Read More
  • Here is a photo of a strange fish that a friend in Europe sent me. No one knows what kind of fish it is or where it was caught or if it was even caught in salt water. Read More
  • We found several of these strange crablike creatures hanging on our lines while tuna fishing in the canyons off Rhode Island. Read More
  • African pompano aren't really pompano at all. True pompano belong to the genus Trachinotus. Most seldom grow to more than a few pounds. Read More
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    How a top skipper ambushes big African pompano on Miami wrecks each winter. Read More
  • Why are some sharks good to eat (like the mako) and most others inedible? Read More
  • I photographed these creatures swimming around the lights on my dock. I have no idea what they are, but they look like they are from outer space. What are they? Read More
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