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Valerie Link with her first bonefish- and pushing 7 pounds!
Al and his guide guide admire the result of a great team effort
Tim and Valerie with a double!
Tamar landed this respectable bone with guide Shawn on a beautiful Bahamian day!
Richard Franklin with a bonefish around 8 pounds on a shallow flat.
Tim Link with a nice bonefish on a calm day
Al Caucci with a beautiful 9 pound tailing bonefish caught sightfishing on a shallow flat
Richard Franklin with a nice fish on the flats
Al with another nice bonefish caught on a #6 Hoochie Caucci.
Its worth waking up to catch the sunrise over the water
sunset on Andros
Bonefish are perfectly camoflaged to blend into their environment. A good guide is indepensible
Fast, modern flats skiffs bring us to the fishing grounds in no time
Andros has glass smooth flats that seem to never end
Poling around mangrove islands on Andros
Paul Chain with just one of many fish he landed on Andros
Our guide Danny holding a good bonefish for one of our clients.
The Hoochy Caucci, a deadly big bonefish fly
Hoochie Caucci flies tied to match to bottom color are necessary to fool big, wary, bonefish
Did you ever see a more beautiful sight?
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