Flat water is good for spotting tailers and there have been Plenty to look at from the fore deck and poling platform this week.
The fish in this school were packed shoulder to shoulder and they were small fish.
Fish ranged from 3 lbs to about 8 lbs 27" fork length.
Jeff Hostetler on the right with his 1st Tarpon on a fly best described in perfect Spanglish as a Tarponita
Continue to see a poor showing of Bonefish except on the popular well publicized flat where individual fish have names and behave like trick dogs with no manners.
If you are breaking that many off you are making some basic mistakes, not my problem but something you need advice about obviously.
I am not as smart as you but I sure have more time on the water.
This Place don't get their shit together there ain't going to be nothing left.
Now I'm saying all the Bone fish in the Bahamas are stupid but there is definitely a disproportionate amount of big dumb fish hanging around the North side of Grand Bahama.