the one hour of fishing you get when the sun is high enough to see fish until the first kid runs through the flat can be awesome.
Found a story about fishing T&C… a DIY venture with a little bit of success.
T&C seems to have some of the most expensive guides anywhere.
Happy Valentine’s Day. Trying to play on that theme I found a story about a bonefishing honeymoon.
The Fall issue of the Times of the Island is now available with a great article “If You Love Me, Let Me Fish….A newley wed’s quest for Provo bonefish.”
Now, it turns out my first wife and I honeymooned in a location that also has bonefish. I didn’t know that at the time and bonefish hadn’t camped out in my waking thoughts back then. I used to be glad that I didn’t know bones back then, but now… I wish I knew. Could have saved some time.
IN ALL DIRECTIONS around me I can see nothing but an endless world of blue and green — water, mangroves, sky. There are no other boats or people, nothing but the wind blowing notes through my rod guides.
Sounds good doesn’t it? Check out the whole story on the MidCurrent site.
Our pools are just one kid peeing in the pool or a dirty diaper away from a verdant bloom. Chalk Sound’s fate rests precariously on the functionality of the human septic systems that now line its shores.
A pretty looking spot in T&C that is facing some challenges. Thar be bonefish there as well.