hey, mike -- i was there last year; you'll see feature that will include BVI bones next year. but for now, i can say that i know there are some flats and there is some bonefishing at V-gorda but not sure the extent. however, we found lots of bonefish at anegada -- the only flat, non-volcanic/mountainous island in BVI, much of it surrounded by flats. main guide and a good one is fellow by the name of garfield faulkner; here's info i have (which was valid a few months ago and hopefully still is....
garfield faulkner -- firstname.lastname@example.org
I am going to Virgin Gorda towards the end of this month and went about the same time last year. I found a flat by dingy on the back side of Biras Creek. I caught a few black tip sharks on cuda flys with wire leaders and my buddy caught a Horse Eye Jack on the same. Let me know how you do and where you go when you get back if you have time. I could do a little more explaining if you like about the flat I fished. If I had to guess I think it was Oil Nut Bay. A pretty good flat about 3 feet deep on the east side of the bay, but you could walk the entire beach. I am pretty sure I had a tarpon follow there as well, but was not paying enough attention to be sure. I just saw a 3-4 foot silver flash behind my fly. Let me know if you have more questions or have any hints when you get back.