Turks and Caicos Bonefishing

Turks and Caicos Bonefishing

The Turks and Caicos bonefishing continues to be red hot. Big fish in big numbers are haunting the flats and canals in preparation for the up and coming spawn. Now is the time to hook into that 10 lb trophy. One client lost a fish in the teens a few days back. Remember the strip set. Trout setting is deadly!

tight lines,

Capt. Will


The Illusive Turks and Caicos Bonefish

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Turks and Caicos Fishing

Turks and Caicos Fishing

The Turks and Caicos Fishing has been solid the past few days. Bonefish are staying warm on the flats and those higher up on the food chain are not to far behind. The tarpon are starting to make a push as well. We have seen four in the past two days. The silver king’s appearance has unfortunately coincided with the engine being on and us putting into the shallows for bones. Bad timing. Outside of the bonefishing,today we decided to spend some time on barracudas and sharks with some light 8 lb tippet. Got to love light tackle! We boated one lemon shark and lost a few more with tiny mangrove roots breaking the tippet like butter. Highlight of the day was a bruiser of a barracuda that took two magnificent leaps. Fortunately for us the fish did not land on the light leader allowing us to coerce her closer and closer to the boat.

-Capt. Will


Turtles Galore.


Bad to the bone!

DSC_1330TCI barracuda on the 8 lb tippet

Turks and Caicos fishing update

Turks and Caicos fishing update

Snuck out for a quick fish today. Saw some very big bones. Stood 50 yards from a draining canal and waited for the fish to come out of the mangroves. These fish operate on time every time. It is literally a 10 minute window on an outgoing tide.  Look at the camouflage the fish is sporting once I land her. Stunning. On a different note I polled off the flat and into a battleship barracuda. Absolute monster waiting in a deep hole for the bones to leave the flat. Seeing the fish from way out I was not able to set up a wire leader on my 9 wt in time. Drifting closer and closer the cuda spotted me 15 yards out. I threw anchor and the fish did laps around the skiff. I threw the fly at her many times in hopes of a territorial response. Just a bunch of mock chases but no grab. Big fish are no dummies. Good news is I’ve seen this same fish for the past 2 years now and I know she is a resident. Might have another go tomorrow after a 1/2 day guided trip.

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A relative of todays’ cuda.

A crab pattern for the up and coming full moon spawn.