Deneki Outdoors puts out some really good, quality blog posts in addition to running one of the best lodges out there, Andros South.
This post talks about the wind and how ya need a little of the gusty stuff for the best fishing. Calm is nice to look at, but tough to fish.
Of course… ya don’t want too much, which is usually the case in the places where bonefish live.
As I said, Deneki also runs Andros South. There will be a collection of bloggers headed to South Andros in a few days to fish and write/share their experiences. I was invited to go, but between selling one house, moving and getting ready to sell a second, I just couldn’t make it work. I will be following the festivities and probably sinking into a deep and troubling depression.
Here’s the line-up from the Deneki website:
- Kirk Deeter. Kirk and his partner in crime Tim Romano write FlyTalk, the fly fishing blog for Field and Stream. Also, he’s the Editor of Angling Trade, covering the business of fly fishing in North America.
- Bruce Smithhammer. Bruce is a regular contributor on buster wants to fish, and his stuff has also been seen in the neighborhood of The Drake Magazine.
- Pete McDonald. Pete writes Fishing Jones. It’s real good. He also writes about boats.
- Louis Cahill. You’ve seen Louis’s name on our blog approximately 3.9 times per week since he visited Andros South in January. He takes real good pictures.
Should be fun to see what comes out of the week.
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Tags: Andros South, Bahamas, blogging, bonefish, bonefishing, Deneki Outdoors, flyfishing, Wind
Sorry you can’t make it, Bjorn. Would have enjoyed meeting up. We’ll hoist a Kalik in your honor.
It honestly blows my mind that I won’t be there. I can’t think of a place I’d rather be or a week that sounds like more fun. I just couldn’t get it to work out. I look forward to seeing how it goes… and I would appreciate that Kalik.