Mar 10

Black Fly in Abaco

Black Fly Bonefish Club in Abaco looks like a place I’d like to visit.  One of the handful of places that has really embraced social/on-line media, Blackfly also has a blog, a Facebook page and a Twitter account… not including Youtube efforts like the one below.

Abaco, the Bahamian island just north east of Grand Bahama, was the site of Pirates of the Flats, so if you’ve watched that (and I have), you have an idea of what the water looks like there.  It doesn’t suck.

Nov 09

Deneki gives an update, Black Fly Reports Pig

Deneki Outdoors… see, they are just wired… in with the whole “internet revolution” or whatever.  I saw their latest report from Andros South pop up and wanted to send it on to all you non-Twitterati.

The other item that caught my eye from Twitter today was from Black Fly, a lodge in Abaco.  The sweet tweet reported a THIRTY INCH bonefish caught by some lucky SOB named David.

The Bonefish Adventure website has a length to weight estimation table that puts a 30 inch fish at fifteen pounds.  Nice.

Nov 09

Deneki Down South (Andros, that is)

There are probably a lot of folks that are not really ready for Twitter.  Hell, I may even be one of them.  Twitter does have its uses, however.  I can follow the daily lives of some of America’s young soccer talent as they ply their trades overseas and I can follow Andrew Bennett, owner of Deneki Outdoors, as he travels down to his Andros South lodge.

Twitpic Bonefish from Deneki... sweet tweet!

You too can follow Deneki Outdoors on Twitter @deneki.

In light of the recent post about catch and release mortality, I’m digging this bonefish picture big time.  Well done!

Oct 09

Tag Ends, 10/7/2009

Some bits and pieces for your Wednesday.