March 2011 Issue Hitting the Bahamas!

The March issue of Coastal Angler Magazine is officially on the boat and headed towards the Bahamas.

In this issue besides fishing forecasts, dive reports, tide charts, outdoor almanac, tournament list and events calendar, you’ll find:

  • Protecting the Blue Holes of Abaco (courtesy Friends of the Environment)
  • Tournament wrap ups for the second legs of the Lighbourne Marine Wahoo Challenge  and the Bahamas Wahoo Championship
  • NEW this month: Eleuthera Surf Report (courtesy Bahamas Out Island Adventures)
  • Economic benefits of sharks, part two of a two-part series (courtesy of The Bahamas National Trust and Pew Environmental Group)
  • An article by Jean-Michel Cousteau entitled: “Everything Goes Somewhere: The Ocean and Garbage.”
  • Two great recipes:  one for mahi-mahi and another for Fire Grilled Fish Soup.
  • An article on tripletails. Are they “Trash or Treasure?”

And, a whole lot more.

If you have a favorite article or photo, let us know! We invite your feedback and are always looking for photo and editorial contributions. For those photo contributions, e-mail them to flahama@coastalanglermagazine.com and keep in mind that the photo needs to be 300-dpi and range in size from 500KB to1MB to print clearly in the magazine. Questions? Give us a call at (772) 214-9347.

Tight lines!

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