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This year will be the First Annual SeaSpray Abaco Challenge, and indeed the first fishing tournament held at SeaSpray Resort & Marina since the King family took over operations in 2015. Unlike so many of the other tournaments on the yearly schedule, the SSAC is not a bare knuckle, “balls to the walls” tournament aimed exclusively at the sport fishing crowd, but rather a laid back, casual affair geared towards friends, families and folks who want to fish competitively during the day but then retire back to the resort and enjoy an evening of good fun, great entertainment and local cuisine prepared by our own Chef Eden.

The SeaSpray Abaco Challenge is a three day event including two full days of multiple category fishing as well as nightly special events designed to give you the most out of your tournament experience

Anyone with a desire to reel in a whopper, spend time with family & friends, and experience the first class amenities offered at SeaSpray Resort & Marina on Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas

Just a few hours run from the east coast of Florida, SeaSpray Resort & Marina is located on the tiny island of Elbow Cay, in the Abaco Island chain of the Bahamas. See more…

February 9, 2017
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1st Annual SeaSpray Abaco Challenge Fishing Tournament

This year will be the First Annual SeaSpray Abaco Challenge, and indeed the first fishing tournament held at SeaSpray Resort & Marina since the King family took over operations in 2015. Unlike so many of the other tournaments on the yearly schedule, the SSAC is not a bare knuckle, “balls to the […]
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October 27, 2016
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‘Awe and respect’: Cayman youth swim with sharks for documentary

By James Whittaker With around 40 lemon sharks circling the boat, 17-year-old Matteo Pollini admits he felt a flutter of nerves before he jumped in. But by the end of five days of diving in the chummed up waters of Tiger Beach off the Bahamas, the fear was gone. The […]
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January 12, 2016

Where the Past is the Future

By David Wilkinson Bimini has always been defined by its history. Rum runners of the Prohibition Era. Chalk’s first flight across the Gulf Stream in 1919. Hemingway feverishly fishing, writing, and drinking from his base camp at the Compleat Angler Hotel. These colorful events, places and people of Bimini’s past […]
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November 20, 2015
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Bahamas Youth Network and Dr. Bob Sluka on Long Island trying to get Christians more involved in Marine Conservation

by Ocean Crest Alliance Nicola and Joseph Ierna, Directors of OCA enjoyed a nice evening last night with the Bahamas Youth Network – Long Island Mission 2015. The week long mission is organized by Bob Sluka based in London and locally by Oasis Directors Jan and Gabe Swing. BYN is […]
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June 29, 2015
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Flat Out Crazy

by Gary Poyssick If you go fishing in the Bahamas, should regulations stop you from fishing alone? Should you be required by law to hire an expensive guide? This short tale of legend and regs may forecast an economic disaster for the blue green islands. I love legends. Although I […]
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January 9, 2013
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Monster Bonefish in Grand Bahama

By Fred Garth My idea was brilliant –  a quick little vacation to the islands. I figured there’s no better Christmas present for my wife and two teenage daughters than full body suntans. Is there? Jewelry you say? How about a string of pearls in the form of the Bahamian […]
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November 6, 2012
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Tiger Beach October 2012 Shoot

Written by Guy Harvey PhD It has been exactly two years since my last expedition to Tiger Beach. The goal then was to make the (award winning) documentary “This is your ocean; Sharks” with Jim Abernethy and Wyland. The timing was important as the documentary became a useful educational tool […]
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February 15, 2012
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Bimini Big Game Club

“Where the Past is the Future” Bimini has always been defined by its history. Rum runners of the Prohibition Era. Chalk’s first flight across the Gulf Stream in 1919. Hemingway feverishly fishing, writing, and drinking from his base camp at the Compleat Angler Hotel. These colorful events, places and people […]
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January 27, 2012

Campaign to Protect Sharks in the Bahamas Is Stepped Up

Written by Megan Reynolds Publication: The Nassau Tribune MARINE wildlife artist Guy Harvey launched a custom-designed logo for the campaign to protect sharks in Bahamian waters at Bahamas National Trust’s Retreat Gardens in Village Road yesterday. The Jamaican-born artist, scientist and conservationist renowned for his popular T-shirt designs, also spoke […]
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January 27, 2012

Success! Bahamian Government Bans Commercial Shark Fishing (Video)

Dr. Eugenie Clark became known as The Shark Lady for her lifelong study of the toothy creatures. Soon Dr. Guy Harvey may be called The Shark Man for his efforts to protect sharks. In recent years, Harvey has been persuading the Bahamian government to ban commercial shark fishing. This week […]
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