The first time I heard about bonefishing I pictured a wishbone, underwater on the end of a fishing line. DD
Today we’re doing the same for our favorite sport on the flats in the Bahamas – bonefishing!
This post is meant for people who are new to bonefishing – if you’re already an expert you’re better off poking around here.
Why is it called ‘bonefishing’? Are you using some kind of bone?
So if you’re fly fishing for bonefish, does that mean bonefish eat bugs?
I’ve heard bonefishing is really hard. Is it?
How far do you have to cast?
Everybody talks about catching bonefish in creeks and ponds – do they live in fresh water?
Do you catch bonefish wading or do you fish from a boat?
What’s the long pole for? What’s the platform over the motor for?
What does ‘tailing’ mean?
What kind of rod do you use?
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