Here’s a few images from a recent trip to Grey’s Point Inn on Acklins Island in the Bahamas taken with Doug Schlink of Angler Adventures (angleradventures.com). Read about it in the November/December 2013 issue of Fly Fishing in Salt Waters.
They say that hunters form part of a brotherhood. A band of brothers united by a common pursuit, united by the very instinct that has been responsible for our race's survival since the day we stood upright. For thousands of years we have hunted the wilderness for our food using weapons, techniques and skills that were passed down from earlier generations, thus allowing man and his single-minded hunting instinct to co-exist in perfect harmony. Of course there would have been a few luxuries like a woman to bear his children or perhaps gather fruits and berries, or even having dry fire wood and a tidy cave but that's about as simple as things were back then.