The guys at H2O Bonefishing in Grand Bahama made a little video about conservation.
Some good advice there. I tend to fish 16# tippet for bones (and I mostly fish 3x, 8.5 lbs. for trout). Not touching the fish is, as always, the most ideal scenario if you aren’t taking a picture. If you are taking a picture, try to do it in the water. If you are sitting in the middle of the boat with the fish in your hands, odds are you are not
doing it right following best practices.
As they say in the vid… if you aren’t a member of the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, you should.