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Billfish Battlewagons Photo Gallery

If you want to see the latest, the fastest and the best in sportfishing, head for the Bahamas.

October 4, 2007
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Bahamas Battlewagons

Don McKinney’s Double Dog is a greyhound that hits knots. John Clemans

Don McKinney’s /Double Dog/ is a greyhound that hits knots.

Don McKinney’s Double Dog is a greyhound that hits knots. John Clemans

Bahamas Battlewagons

Randy Cook tricked out Outlaw, above, with infrared cameras. John Clemans

Randy Cook tricked out /Outlaw/, above, with infrared cameras.

Randy Cook tricked out Outlaw, above, with infrared cameras. John Clemans

The Bennett’s /Viking/, below, cruises 500 miles on one tank of fuel.

The Bennett’s Viking, below, cruises 500 miles on one tank of fuel. John Clemans

The Bennett’s /Viking/, below, cruises 500 miles on one tank of fuel.

The Bennett’s Viking, below, cruises 500 miles on one tank of fuel. John Clemans

Dan Doyle’s /Blank Check/, above, is a boat for dad—and for the kids.

Dan Doyle’s Blank Check, above, is a boat for dad—and for the kids. John Clemans

Dan Doyle’s /Blank Check/, above, is a boat for dad—and for the kids.

Dan Doyle’s Blank Check, above, is a boat for dad—and for the kids. John Clemans

Terry Stiles’ Merritt 58 /Cutnail/ continues a family tradition.

Terry Stiles’ Merritt 58 Cutnail continues a family tradition. John Clemans

Terry Stiles’ Merritt 58 /Cutnail/ continues a family tradition.

Terry Stiles’ Merritt 58 Cutnail continues a family tradition. John Clemans
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