The pictorial report will be up in a while, but I wanted to share a little bit of magic I saw tonight here in Andros.
I went out tonight after dinner to the little jetty at Andros South in search of ‘Cuda’s. I didn’t fine them. What I did find, however, where a couple hundred phosphorescent green flashbulbs going off in the water.
I don’t know what they were.
They weren’t there long.
They were beautiful.
Flash, flash, flash. Green little lights that lit up and then faded away all over the water for a hundred feet.
It just doesn’t get much better than that, bonefish or no bonefish. This is a special place.
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Sounds awesome. I have seen something similar in the San Juan Islands in Washington State.
It wasn’t phosphorescence? Pretty common in the Pacific, not sure about the caribbean.
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