Bonefish are pound for pound the hardiest fighting fish in the world (hyperbole). I will be going to check out the elusive Bahamian bonefish fishing scene and will report more later, but for now you will envy me.
Grand Bahama Island is considered one of the premier destinations in the world for sportfishing. If you’re ready for a good fight, then strap yourself in and get ready to hook onto a marlin, sailfish, blue, and yellowfin tuna, bonefish, or barracuda—to name a few.
One of the world's best game fish—the bonefish—not only likes the waters of Grand Bahama Island, but is more at home here than anywhere else in the world. The flats off Deep Water Cay, in the East, are praised year after year by fishing writers from around the globe. The Old Bahama Flats off West End also yield great catches.
Explorers Club? Pah. The Bahamas will feel the fever of the Bomb when I arrive with rod in one hand and supermodel in the other. The bonefish will cringe in fear of my rod, as will the supermodel. Anyway, as I try to balance my testorerone fueled exploits like climbing and snowboarding, perhaps a more peaceful sport will accompany me as I approach the twilight of my athletic career. Trip report will follow shortly.
I want "author" rights on your upcoming "Bonefish Underground" blog. And this helpful hint is free: grim personal experience suggests you don't want to be standing on your fly line when you hook up with one of those silver bullets.
Maybe you can get your supermodel to watch that for you.