If I had a nickel for every time I saw a bonefish at Andros South eat on someone’s 2nd, 3rd, or even 4th shot, I would have a whole lot of nickels! It is easy to get discouraged out there if you make what you think is the perfect cast and the fish ignores your offering. It can be equally as discouraging if you get that bonefish to eat simply to “trout set” and not come tight. Regardless of what happens, don’t give up on that fish! If he is still around or in your casting range, throw that fly back out there. One of the best parts about Andros South is how unpressured of a fishery it is. This means that the fish are a little more forgiving than bonefish in other parts of the world and often times, will give you a second (or even third) chance!
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