The Miami Herald had a good story recently focused on bones in those islands to the East of Miami.
The writer was Sue Cocking (yes, unfortunate), the guide was Captain Ronnie Sawyer and the location was Green Turtle Cay in the Abacos.
The story serves as a reminder that some days are tough, the weather doesn’t care what your plans are and a good guide is a good idea.
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Tags: Abaco, Captain Ronnie Sawyer, Miami Herald, Sue Cocking
Can you send me your “Bait and Switch” blog about Grand Bahama. I can’t seem to find it. I’m heading to GBI for 2 days in mid Feb and am finding the guides to be outrageously expensive (even more than the guides in the Keys). Any suggestions on guides working out of Freeport and who aren’t over $500 would be greatly appreciated.
Boy, I caught some hell for that blog post. I ended up booking a guide, but it will be expensive… $470 for the day with Captain Perry. The guide that I had mentioned had looked like a great deal, but with his prices going up he is now just as expensive as everyone else. Bernard Bevans, I think, is $450 and he’s pretty frigging good (just talks about god a little too much for me). Captain Perry came highly recommended. I had three people say that Captain Perry was the guy to go fishing with. Hope that helps.