Had a great time fishing with Martin Silverstone from the Atlantic Salmon Journal last week. If you have not read any of his stories check them out and get on board at http://asf.ca/atlantic-salmon-journal.html ! Photos courtesy of James Roy.
A guides day off. Nothing like stalking bones with a failing light. As the sun gets low the bones become more and more comfortable creeping up into the shallows. With a heavy wind added to the mix the fish push there streamlined bodies almost to the point of being beached. It is amazing to see how well a big bone can hydroplane in such shallow water. When it comes down to it. There is nothing like chasing golden tail in the failing light…Nothing!
Look into my eye.
Had David out for a second 1/2 day today. Four bonefish to the boat and three eats. Batting over 500! I’ll take that any cloudy day.
first ever bonefish!