BIMINI, Bahamas — It is at the end of a long day of fishing, in the cool Caribbean night breeze, that we learn most about our fishing captains.
"He had to fake his own death once," explained a local islander.
Everyone put down their beers — or fruity umbrella drinks — and leaned in a little closer, straining to hear against the deejay's loud Reggae blasting across the restaurant deck.
"He stole a boat full of drugs from some Columbians," he continued. ...
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