We find that many of our first time guests at Andros South are under the assumption that fly fishing for bonefish is extremely difficult. There’s seems to be a perception that you have to be an expert caster to even THINK about fishing for bonefish.
Well, today we’re here to tell you that that is not true! Sure, there are days where bonefishing can be difficult, but if you’ve never fished the salt before, we like to describe it as ‘different,’ not necessarily hard. And yes, the better caster you are, the more opportunities you will have, but that’s not to say you need to be Tim Rajeff to enjoy fishing for bonefish.
Still don’t believe us? Try this on for size. This past week, we had not one, not two, but three people in camp catch their first bonefish. But here’s the kicker, two have them had never caught a fish on a fly rod before! We’re lucky that our flats are generous to anglers of all experience levels, not just the elite.
Congratulations to Vicki, Larry, an Sue on your first bonefish, we’re happy we could be a part of it.