Belizean Bonefish: Nervous Water

“This fishing is all about the eye and its voracity. A barracuda can unnerve everyone in the vicinity with a sideways glance. Bonefish, in turn, are like antelope, in the sense that they seem to live on the light they move in – the thin, infinitely refracting currents of sunlit surf that pour over the coral flats. Barracuda, bonefish – they see each other without looking.” Verlyn Klinkenborg fishes an atoll off of Belize and enjoys the visual feast we call bonefishing. In The New York Times. (Thanks to reader John DeVault for this link.)

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