Did you know that Linnaeus (a Swede) first described the bonefish in 1758? Me either. Well, I mean, I know that now, but I didn’t know about it, ya know, before I leaned that. Nevermind.
Anyway, I thought I’d find some science to share with you good people and find it I did.
There is a 2009 study, conducted by Vanessa Haley, which put acoustic tags in bonefish on Andros and then sat back and waited to see (or hear) what happened.
The conventional wisdom has always been that bonefish are homebodies. But until recently, this was never tested. What we have learned and continue to discover will surprise you.
The actual paper is here.
So… read some science people. I’m going to take my college studying approach and let you good people do the reading and then tell me about it so I get the benefit of the knowledge, without the time and effort of reading (worked once, figured I’d try it again).
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