Tag Archives: bonefish

Photos: Overnight Kayak Trip in the Florida Keys


Written by: Phil Monahan

A pair of 8-pounders—one bonefish, one redfish—make for a killer double for Chris and Dan.
Photo by Chris Lewis

[Editor’s note: Chris Lewis of the Skinny Water Culture blog sent me these photos in an email, along with a note.] 

Here are a few shots from an overnight paddle trip in the Keys I did with a couple buddies. I was on my SUP, and they were on kayaks. The weather and fishing were phenomenal. We even had shots at. . .

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Video: Behind the Scenes of “Tributaries,” a Fly-Fishing Film


Written by: Phil Monahan

Last July, we introduced you to a film project by RC Cone called “Tributaries.” Cone described the project as “a journey to uncover the commonality among different cultures, people and. . .

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Photos: A Travelin’ Man’s Belize Grand Slam


Written by: Phil Monahan

Getting the permit to the boat first was a great kickoff to a memorable day.
All photos courtesy Tom Gordon

Australian reader Tom Gordon sent in the three pictures that capture his recent Belize saltwater Grand Slam, along with a note: “Wind has been blowing a gale all week, but we decided to roll the dice and go out today in 20 knots and plenty of. . .

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Photo of the Day: Monster Hawaiian Bonefish

Written by: Michael Divita, Deep Canyon Outfitters


You’d think two decades as a guide would make you immune to this kind of excitement,
but a big bonefish will do this to even a hardened veteran.
Photo courtesy Michael Divita

People pray for a number of different reasons: for sick people to get better, for safe travels to far away places, for a lottery ticket to be the Big Winner. Before our boat left the Kaunakakai Harbor on. . .

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Fish Facts: Bonefish (Albula sp.)


Written by: Phil Monahan

Bonefish can be elusive and inscrutable to both anglers and scientists.
Photo by Sandy Hays

Sight-casting to bonefish in skinny water is a challenge that many fly fishers see as a vital rite of passage in their development. Once your angling skills reach a certain level, it’s time to test them against an especially spooky and powerful quarry, as well as. . .

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