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Fishing for Giant Trevally and Bonefish

This video highlights the pristine waters of Christmas Island, Kiribati.

April 8, 2013
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Chasing giants: The wide-open flats of Christmas Island offer chances at giant trevally. Barry And Cathy Beck

_For as remote as Christmas Island (Kiritimati) is, it gets plenty of attention from globetrotting fly anglers. The island–part of the Republic of Kiribati–is a goldmine for bonefish and giant trevally. The beautiful waterscapes are largely untouched, along with its fisheries. To get there, Christmas Island is about a 3-hour flight from Honolulu. Below, the video should give you a better idea of what to expect. Blue waters, blue skies, big bonefish, and 80 degree temperatures–perks we could all get used to. –Ed. _

Read the full feature article on Christmas Island here.

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