The waters of the Cayman Islands are home to a wide variety of saltwater game fish including mahi, wahoo, tuna, swordfish and blue marlin. With deep, clear waters and abundant marine life the islands are a sport-fisher’s dream.
No one knows this better than Seafire Sales Specialist Melissa Rewalt who can’t think of anything she enjoys more than a day out on the water. “When you’re out there with the salty breeze and the sound of waves against the boat, it’s therapeutic. I’m at peace. Well, until reels take off… That sound is better than anything else!” says Melissa.
Growing up on Grand Cayman, Melissa is naturally a water baby. Fishing has been a part of her life since a very young age. “Dad was one of the Rotarians who started the first fishing tournament in the Cayman Islands back in ’83. He took us around the world to fish. It was inevitable that I’d be drawn to this lifestyle.”
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