Bonefish have been few and far between lately, as it has taken me about 20 hours per landing. It is truly a joy just to seethem; and maybe the conditions are not perfect for schooling bonefish up on the flats. Also, the few fish that I spot and get a shot at, are being very cautious about taking the fly. Sometimes they pay no attention to your presentation and slowly swim by and away, while I stand there wondering what they will eat. Seeing mostly singles and triples, I am happy to get acouple shots on most days. I can't wait to get a great tide at a great time on a cloudless day. This 5 pounder had a beasty
attitude and took 3 runs. Beautiful fish!
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