Tag: Grand Cayman

Special Edition Podcast – Grand Cayman BoneFishin’ with Captain Neil on Hall’Em In Fishin’

Good bonefishing (the fish average 3-8 lbs. in Cayman waters) awaits anglers in the near-shore areas of Grand Cayman, including the shallow flats of North Sound, South Sound and Frank Sound—even off Seven Mile Beach, according to the Cayman Fishing Club.  Our Florida Fishing Report Contributor, Captain Neil Eisner recently made a journey to Grand Cayman with the crew of the Night Moves!

In this episode, Captain Neil shares his “Bone Fishing” experience in the tropical aqua blue waters along with dome great tips for the angler who may be thinking about any type of fishing excursion that includes the elusive “Bone Fish”….. Neil also shares some additional Jack and Mutton Snapper insight and talks about the local cuisine.

Captain Neil had some time for a bit of “rest and relaxation” as seen in the picture where he met Miss Cayman Island 2015, 16 and 17…..plus he tells us about his trip to the Dr. Guy Harvey Gallery!

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Hall’Em In Fishin – Barcadere Classic Fishing Tourney in Grand Cayman

Join your host Captain Scott Hall of Hall’Em In Fishin’ as he takes you to the 10th Annual “Barcadere Classic” Fishing Tournament in Grand Cayman!  On this episode you will hear and interview with Franklin Thompson, President of the Cayman Island Angling Club who will share information about the tournament, its winners and where the proceeds are directed. (The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation) Mr. Thompson also shares some other great island recreational options for those who choose to visit Grand Cayman.   As an added bonus, we welcome back Captain Mark Combs of the “Night Moves” to the microphone where he shares additional tournament info along with a look at the hospitality of the local islanders.

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Hall’Em In Fishin’ Episode 2-2018 Conversations from the Caymans!

In this episode #2-2018 Hall’Em In Fishin’ Host Captain Scott Hall takes you on a trip to Grand Cayman! sponsored by Coastal Angler Magazine, Fort Myers…  We begin the Gran Cayman dialogue with Captain Mark Combs of the “Night Moves” (a 77′ Marlow Yacht) where he talks about the lifestyle, culture and draw the islands have to tourists and the Cruise Line Industry. Captain Mark goes on to mention the many sporting options on the island, the food and of course the fantastic fishing!

After a short break we bring you Segment 2 of the show featuring the legendary fisherman and Captain, Charles Ebanks. Captain Ebanks shares with us in a distinctive island accent his experience fishing the well known fishing tournaments in the Caymans. He goes on to talk about his favorite fishing spots and the incredibly clear water that goes from knee deep at Stingray City (a sandbar located off shore) to over 1,000 feet deep less than a few yards away. Charles gives us some great insight about how to choose the right fishing trip or stingray excursion while visiting Grand Cayman while touting the atmosphere and hospitality of the island. Charles is now working privately on a 50 foot Viking Yacht for an individual owner but is always available around the marina to answer you questions or point you in the right direction. Captain Scott said “Charles was a true gentleman and so humble about his island status…he was a true please to speak with”

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