Everyone knows that. You don’t blind cast for bonefish. It sullies the sport, the fish and the fisherman. It is totally unacceptable.
Except when it works.
Or if there isn’t another option.
Then, the redeeming hand of the almighty fishing gods reaches out and with one long exhale says “Shhhhhhhhhh. I won’t tell if you won’t.”
I’ve never caught a bonefish blind casting. I’ve especially not blind cast for that one fish on Grand Bahama the last time I was there, or the other one on my first trip to Grand Bahama.
I totally never tried blind casting for bonefish on Kauai last time when I didn’t see bones for 2.5 days and only managed three legit shots in 3 days of fishing.
I’m sure you’ve never blind cast for bones either… right?