Sunday looked perfect, so Wasabi Captain Cary Evarts called his mate Willard Lathrop and said: “Let’s go fishing!” Will said yes and so the guys picked up some ice and headed out through Majuro Bridge. Just moments after setting the lines, zing-zip, they had a fish on. And it was a big one. Together they Read More
Cary packed a year’s worth of ocean sport fishing excitement into half a day! — Grant Bilyard, who chartered Wasabi with a few mates in February, 2016 Owned by Cary Evarts, Wasabi is a 26-foot boat with comfortable seating and a huge cooler. Cap’n Cary can take you out for a half or full day Read More
...And catching a huge tuna!
Sara Cannon, a Master’s student in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia, was in the Marshall Islands for the summer with a team of researchers intent on measuring and photographing reefs. The hope is that when the data is analyzed it could show that reefs closer to the equator are generally Read More
The Marshall Islands is famous for its big game fishing, drawing lovers of the sport from all over the world. Fisherpersons can expect to haul in giant marlin, tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi and barracuda from the waters around Majuro and Arno. To go out and try your luck, charter Wasabi. Owned by Cary Evarts, Wasabi Read More
The Marshalls Billfish Club hosts regular monthly tournaments and two premier competitions each year: The President’s Cup is in early July, which is the end of the club’s fishing season, with first prize going to the captain who has earned the most points during the year. The other is the international All-Micronesian tournament in late Read More