Sport: Seaboarders

From Cuba to Cape Breton lies the most famed game-fishing lane in the world. Once the pastime of sophisticated sportsmen, the great, crazily unpredictable and usually expensive sport of game fishing has become popular in the past five years among more ordinary summer vacationists. Last week, reverently as turn-of-the-century maidens perennially inspecting their hope chests, thousands of winter-weary U. S. men & women took out their dusty fishing kits, added a few newfangled gadgets, collected roadmaps for their annual summer fishing trip (see map, p. 56).*

Game fish have three characteristics: 1) thrilling...

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