Sailing to Madagascar, woooo hooo!!!! We leave the amazing Chagos Archipelago and set sail for Madagascar about 1,500 miles away. Just over a week into the passage we pass through an

area of shallows known of the Mascarene Plateau. It's an interesting place because in the middle of the Indian Ocean the depth rises from 2,000 meters to 20 meters. In some places it's

even boat smashing coral reefs so we need to be extra careful with our navigation. In fact the Team Vestas Volvo Ocean Race boat wrecked very close to here. As we pick our way through

the shallow spots the fish alarm starts hitting BIG! We're talking multiple hits with Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo. We're pulling them in faster than we can filet them. It's by far the best

fishing day we've had in our lives! We finish the day off with an incredible Sushi dinner courtesy of Babs mad cooking skills.

This is our story, a story of three souls sailing around the world. It is a story about sailing, but it's also a story about the fantastic people we meet and amazing places we see. It's

a story of


Caught this Dolphin or Mahi Mahi trolling offshore in the Gulf Stream out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida along weed lines. Caught on a rigged ballyhoo with a dorado skirt. Went fishing with Chris from "Smitty's Fishing Channel". Had an awesome time, the water was flat and the weather couldn't have been any better. That day we also got Barracuda, Bonito, and a Blackfin Tuna. Check out Chris's Channel: Thanks for watching! -InfinityFishingTeam


Fishing aboard the Pt. Judith RI charter boat C-Devil II


Daily Catches from the Pt. Judith RI charter boat C-Devil II

Daily Catches aboard the Pt. Judith RI Charter Boat C-Devil II


Dolphin fishing in the Florida Keys can be spectacular. Dolphin, also called Mahi Mahi are colorful, acrobatic fish that can be caught on a wide range of tackle. Tom Rowland and Rich Tudor fish with Scott Walker of Hawks Cay for dolphin in the Florida Keys with ultra light spinning tackle and fly rods.


Deep sea fishing. Eighty miles off shore, just past the Deli off of Edisto Island in a 27 ft Twin Vee catamaran called "Outa' LINE." Brab McCully (Cpt.), Dustin McCully, David McCully, Bill Hyatt... Crew caught a huge Dolphin (Mahi Mahi) in 450 ft deep water. Once back at the marina, it weighed in at 49.6 lbs.


40 pound Mahi Mahi (Dolphin) caught of the North Carolina Coast by Chad Burchette.