Saturday, April 3, 2010

Tailing Bonefish

Yesterday was a glorious day. It was sunny and warm with a light breeze. I fished the morning trip with a father and daughter from long Island. We left Ocean Reef and headed west looking for some rod benders. They had a lot of action and caught lots of Snappers, Jacks and even a Blowfish. The daughter won round one, but round two is tomorrow evening.

On the afternoon trip I fished with a father and son from Indianapolis. We spit our time between fishing for dad and son. Dad had some great shot at both laid up Tarpon and tailing Bonefish.He was a bit rusty from a long winter and only managed to spook the targets. We went to the secret spot for the son and managed to release a mess of Mangrove Snappers, a less wary quarry. Tomorrow looks great!

Tight Lines, Capt. Dave

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