Guy Harvey Magazine

WIN 2012

Guy Harvey Magazine is focused on fishing, boating, scuba diving, and marine conservation. Portfolios from the world's best fishing photographers, articles on gear, travel, tournaments, apparel, lifestyle, seafood recipes, sustainable fisheries.

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A kingfish flies high off the coat of Miami, taking with it an expensive goggle-eye live bait. A trio of oyster-catchers. A Texas redfish fights back. This extremely rare daytime arribada (synchronized nesting) of Pacific olive ridley turtles occurred on a Costa Rican beach in the 1950s. It was captured by the photographer's father (also Joe Richard), who was a researcher at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School for three decades. Today, this area is part of Santa Rosa National Park, but the turtles are far fewer in number.

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