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The atoll is a nature sanctuary that lures bird watchers (for parrots and seabirds like the great frigate and noddy) as well as snorkelers and divers that come to see colorful parrotfish, blacktip sharks, bonefish, and nesting turtles.
For those who take on big-running fish like bonefish and permit on the flats or kings offshore, the drag is butter smooth and starts without any tendency to stick, even at heavier settings.
By day guests can prowl the flats between Harbour Island and North Eleuthera for hard-fighting bonefish and barracuda—or snorkel, dive, sail, or kitesurf.
Mangrove snappers, snook, sea trout and bonefish also were biting.
There is no official definition of the feat, but a Grand Slam loosely consists of catching three of the sport’s most coveted prizes — bonefish, permit and tarpon — in the same fishery, on the same day or trip.
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