Bonefish Seasons: The Sweet Spot of the Year

It is true that May leaves us a bit more tightly wound than any other month of the year. Peter Kaminsky looks to the Bahamas’ Berry Islands to tighten the strings in The New York Times. “We began our day hunting for packs of huge bones that Percy and I had seen around Cockroach Key the night before. They should have been up against the mangroves at high tide, but they weren’t. David theorized they were in warmer channels at the end of the flat. Sure enough, a 10-minute boat rode brought us to a pack of bones – dark black shadows on golden sand. But they could not be enticed to take a fly.”

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