While the pandemic has affected destination travel, we are very thankful and appreciative for the participants who joined us for our 2021 March Bonefish School at Andros South Lodge. Our host and instructor Walker Parrott was on hand to share his knowledge and passion for ‘all things bonefishing’. The week certainly had its windy days and bright moments and the anglers faced some new challenges but it also delivered on some first time angling goals.
The school offered casting instruction from our casting platform in front of the lodge, then anglers had a chance to hone their casting skills out on the water each day with our guides. Inevitably there is always some amount of wind on South Andros, so rod position, timing, velocity, and line management all come into play and work together for a effective presentation.
Evenings were filled with sharing highlights from the day talking about what went right and what each angler needs to work on to help improve their flats game. We also invested time at the fly tying vise, whipping up patterns to fish the next day. We would like to give a HUGE shout-out to our friends at Loon Outdoors and Regal Vise for providing fantastic tools and vises for the school. Both companies are a leaders in fly tying tools and we can’t thank them enough. You’re the best!
The best part of our bonefish school not only do receive instruction, but you get to apply what you learned because you’re on a bonefishing trip. As you learn how to improve your angling skills so you are able to put them to to the test the next day. If you need a break from fishing for a spell, we come off the water greeted with cold beverages, appetizers, savory dinners, and when we are able, a fantastic fire to relax.
Again we want to thank this season’s participants for traveling to Andros South Lodge and we hope your time with us was as enjoyable for you as it was for us. If you would like to sign up or receive information about next season’s 2022 bonefish schools, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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