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Little Cayman Island

As i start to prepare myself and gear to leave Little Cayman after almost 10 years im trying to put into words my experiences here, but i think the cliché “A picture is worth a thousand words” fits pretty well for this post. So here are a “few” of my shots from my time on this little island in the western Caribbean.Flyfishing Jeremy_1fishflats031  Bugs8_Jan26_2004cactiagaveAgave and Cactus growing on the west end of LC. Tequila anyone?

Craig Murray

Bone4-8-04_39lb_Bone3 One of the largest i have seen here.


44_4lb Mahi CIIFT 2nd place 44.2 and 2nd Place in the Cayman Islands International Fishing Tournament.



Al bone PJ flyben lubbercarrir h31809 Tim Mahicotton Cotton grows wild all over the place.

DSC_0180 In 2006 i ran the back deck and learned a ton from Capt.Steve. Thanks man!



The first Blue Marlin i ever saw and a week on the job!Marlin Jump

Then in 2007 Little Cayman Beach Resort let me build a new fishing program for them and with a few skiffs and the addition of Reel JEM, Little Cayman Sport Fishing was born.P3281767 Sail landed on Reel JEM rstr double hoo 2matt wahoo 2marlinjeremy_andy My first Blue as captain!


sunset tree1

So as the sun sets on my time here I am grateful for all the new friends and fisherman i have had the pleasure to spend some time on and off the water with on this little rock. When i left Tampa in 2003 i was hoping to learn some new fishing techniques and wow, was this place to get overwhelmed and humbled. Looking back i know it was the right decision. Thanks LC.

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