(Kathryn Wagner)

Big game fishing is popular sport in the Virgin Islands and a day’s catch makes for some great cooking, with Mahi-Mahi and Yellowfin Tuna being perennial favorites. Though more difficult than shooting fish in a barrel, visitors often come to the Virgin Islands for the likelihood that they will catch the elusive Blue Marlin. As a food photographer, I feel lucky to have great access to clients with chefs who use fresh ingredients such as seafood that is caught the same day it is cooked.

Often, offshore big game fishing in the Caribbean begins with the tool pictured above, a cast net. This net is typically four to twelve feet in diameter and similar counterparts have been used for thousands of years. Cast nets are used in a skilled fashion (such as seen below) to catch the bait needed for a day out on the water.

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Kathryn Wagner is a food and travel photographer for publications, brands and businesses. She is based in Denver, and works with clients worldwide.

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