Just how cold was that recent cold snap and what did it mean for the fish?
Well, Aaron Adams was in Abaco trying to work with guides on bonefish tagging as part of his work with the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust. When it’s 57, it turns out even Dr. Adams has a hard time finding fish. He also related that the lack of heating, while normally not an issue in the Bahamas, IS an issue when its 53 at night.
@flatsdoctor: I’m in Abaco, at the film site for Pirates of the Flats – Abaco Lodge. It’s too cold to fish – 57deg, high winds, no fish.
Out looking for dead bonefish for BTT, it turns out, was Captain Dave, the guide who writes the Guilttrip25 blog (of which I just became aware). Turns out it was cold enough to kill bonefish as Captain Dave found a few.
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