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Nice Bonefish.. "Knoll's Landing Bonefishing Resort" - In Pleasant Harbour, North Andros, Bahamas
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Sun Rise at "Knoll's Landing Bonefish Resort" in Pleasant Harbour, North Andros, Bahamas where it's always Warm and Sunny..
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Large Douphn caught in the Tounge of the Ocean out of "Knoll's Landing", with Capt.Rodney Miller "Andros Angler"
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