Here is a nice Guest Blog from Greg Olsen on his recent family trip to Bonaire. Though I wouldn’t consider it a “bonefish” destination it is a place where you can combine a family vacation (especially if you are divers) with a couple of afternoons casting to bones.
For those of you thinking about visiting Honduras here is a wonderful trip report from subscribers Bill and Darthea Collins. They are well seasoned travellers and experienced anglers so their opinions are well worth hearing. The information on where to stay, rent and who to fish wit
Thanks to Subscriber Craig Dumesnil for a great report from Acklins. It’s nice to see that things are returning to normal after the hurricane. Craig and his buddies stayed at Ivel’s B & B which is very well located if you are fishing the mid and north island. “
After the grind of finishing off my latest book, Fly Fishing the Yucatan, my wife and I have decided to take a break and spend the next few weeks on Oahu. It’s mostly to take it easy and recharge the batteries, but I did manage to slip my eight weight into the luggage. Of the f
Here is an update and report from my friends Barry Morse and Lars Hansen who have just returned from a two week trip to Cayo Coco. It’s a good report and a great update on what you will find there right now if you are planning on going. “Cuba, February/March 2016 N
Thanks to Chris Bray of Colorado for the great report from Barbados. I had been contacted by Thomas Rasmussen who lives there, assuring me there were bonefish that can be caught. Based on Chris’s report we now know to throw the fly rod in, if planning a vacation to Barbados. &
I just received a copy of the proposed fishing regulations for the Bahamas titled: Fisheries Resources (Jurisdiction and Conservation) (Flats Fishing) Regulations 2016 Essentially, the regulations include a definition of the regulated area (Flats), a new fishing license require
Here is a great Guest Blog from Jeff Hammerling on his trip to Turks & Caicos. He had a number of similar experiences to what I have had there and thought everyone would enjoy his story. Remember you do need a fishing license to fish Turks which is readily available at the marin