March issue of Coastal Angler arriving in The Bahamas!

March 2012 Coastal Angler Magazine Bahamas editionThe March issue of Coastal Angler Magazine is hitting the Treasure Coast! If you can’t wait to pick up a copy, no problem! You can read the electronic version of Coastal Angler’s Bahamas edition here.

Besides the local Treasure Coast fishing forecasts, here’s a run down of some of the stories you’ll find in this month’s edition:

  • “April is Coastal Awareness in The Bahamas!” by Friends of the Environment
  • Results from the Grand Bahama Sailing Club Wahoo Shootout
  • Bahamas National Trust re-opens Burial Mound and Ben’s Cave in Grand Bahama
  • “Are Past Sailfish Conservation Efforts Now Paying Dividends for The Bahamas?” by Capt. Doug Rowe
  • “Bahamas Ministry Boating Flings Launch in June”
  • 2012 Billfish Invitational schedule and Tim Choate to be presented during the tournament with an achievement award
  • Results from the Cape Eleuthera Wahoo Tournament
  • How Coastal Angler is now connecting The Bahamas to Florida’s Treasure Coast
  • “Setting Hooks and Drag” by Mark Sosin
  • “Havana: Old World Charm and an Angling Fix Always Close at Hand” by Phil Thompson
  • “The Softer Side of Lure Fishing” by Tommy Derringer
  • BoatUS’s 22nd Annual List of Top Ten Boat Names
  • “Seabirds as Sentinels” by Ellie Van Os, Florida Oceanographic Society
  • “How to Make Your Own ‘Snag Resistant’ Circle Hook Crab Jig” by Tim Barefoot

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