National Geographic : 1939 Feb
MID-OCEAN COLOR LOG © National Geographic Society Kodachrome Photograph by E. John Long TURTLES KEEP THE LINES BUSY AT THE DEVIL'S HOLE Hookless tackle, baited with pieces of dried meat, attract groupers, snappers, turbots, angelfish, and other swimming creatures at this natural aquarium near Harrington Sound. Generally the big turtles crowd out all rivals for the bait. The "catch" lets go as soon as it is pulled out of the water. The Devil's Hole was named by early inhabitants, who were awed by strange noises made by the water entering through subterranean passages at low tide.