Barracudas, bonefish, sharks, and tarpon have been on the fly as of late. A great end to the 2013 season! -Will
First bone and hooked for life.
Jumped four sharks prior to this black tip. Hard to keep them on the line when they take to the sky and pull 720s!
A Toothy X-mas grin.
A LEGO (late evening glass off) a nice treat with the blowing trades.
Been having luck with tarpon as of late.
Big bones are out on the hunt.
Amazing to think these kings can live in upwards of a 100 years old.
Tiger Back. Chameleon effect.
Wading for silvery tails.
Wrestling bones out of the mangroves.
A smiling bonefish.
Hooked this shark on fly for Kidder to bulldog the beast into the boat.
Been taking advantage of the new moon for sharks on the fly!
chromed out bonefish.
A glimpse of the past few days! Bonefishing has continued to be good fun. Chasing down the alternative species can be a blast as well! -Capt. Will
Some dolphin showing us the way to some “fishy” water.
Bonefish scales are like diamonds reflecting up to 200 degrees of light on each side.
Been having some shots at giant bonefish as of late.
Spawning shrimp fly has been a productive “match the hatch” fly. Shrimp will spawn on the current moon phase.
Calm conditions and tailing bonefish in the mangroves!
Got the TCI slam yesterday. Lots of bonefish, two cudas, and a massive lemon shark on the fly.
After we released this lemon shark, we teased in a monster bull shark only to have an 8 foot nurse shark sneak up and eat our fly.
Another bad to the bone!
Here are a few pictures from the past few days. Enjoy!