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We've had fantastic adventures over the years fishing with friends and family, and so many good times - and a few mishaps too! Here are some photos from the "archives". Photos by Chris Windram except where noted.
There are no secret spots. Only secret times, and secret tides... - Ken Vanderlaske
Striped Bass Sunset. Massachusetts, Late 1990's.
"Mister" Justin Pribanic with a big flyrod bluefish from Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, September 2013. Photo: Capt Tom Rapone.
Proof that Sarda sarda does exist; Skok gets stoked on a tin boat excursion to Rhody. August, 2013.
The False Albacore fishing was fast and furious in many Northeast locations during the 2012 fall season. Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Photo: Chris Gill
A real slow day of Bonito fishing on Martha's Vineyard - Fall 2011.
Fall 2010 - Bahamas. Courtesy of the Bone Doctor.
Rock Lobster - Down! Down!
A great summer for "Blue Claw" crabs in 2010.
Justin Pribanic on the Tin Boat in 2010 for a little Green Bonito fishing. Mister knows how to hook 'em!
2009 was a great year for Sea Robins! We found them blitzing sand eels right on top when Scott Patterson caught this nice one.
2009 saw lots of Scup (Porgy) around too - this fish was taken midday, but we also caught them at night while fishing the beaches for stripers.
It ain't no porgy! 2008 was a big year for "football" bluefins in New England. Jon Benstead hooks up.
We enjoyed an incredible day with First Light Anglers - Capt Derek Spingler kept scratching for nearly 10 hours, and every rod on board got a fish! Photo: Kevin Barnes
Barney's first flyrod tuna.
2005; under the big sky in Montana for Big Browns. Photo: Don McCue
And heavenly Rainbows. Photo: Don McCue
2004: from a trip to the North Slope of Alaska to Fish for Science, a pristine Arctic Grayling. Photo: Jon Benstead.
Fishing a creek mouth for lakers. The fishing in the Arctic wilderness can be fantastic, but it comes with a price. Photo: Jon Benstead.
Storm surf at Quansoo, Martha's Vineyard in Hurricane Floyd, 1999. We caught striped bass that day.
The Sky turned to Fire. Cape Higgon, Martha's Vineyard 1997.
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