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Old 02-01-2009, 08:51 AM
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Default Nassau Bahamas Fly Fishing

"there aint no bonefish in Nassau" I hear this so often from clients and just smile when their backing is disappering. Secret Soul Fly Fishing Adventures is guide service in Nassau Bahamas you can check us out at Secret Soul Fly Fishing Adventures Most of our guest are not coming here to fish but when they find out that they can get a day on the flats they are jacked. The fishing here is not like Andros or Abaco where you see tons of fish but we have 20 miles of flats and the fish are good size avg. 4-5 pounds. It is not uncommon to see 8-10 pound pigs. Like we say, "if you are not coming to Nassau to Fly Fish, you will be glad you did" Capt. Clint Kemp
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