Wired.com has an excellent photo essay on interesting and unique island formations as viewed from space. The collection of photos is from both astronauts and satellites. My personal favorite is of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas. I’m not sure if the underwater calcium carbonate sand dunes would be productive bone fishing areas but I’m sure that little back-bay flat area would be fun to go looking for them anyway.
This weekend I’m headed out to do some local smallie fishing, maybe the last of the season. Water leaves are good, leaves are mostly down and the fish are probably munching hard to get ready for the long winter. Can’t wait.