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When Bonefish Don't Cooperate

February 4, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Whether I’m flying out of the country to fish, or just hitching up my skiff for a short drive to Biscayne Bay or the Keys, it’s usually for bonefish, so I pack every kind of bonefish fly for every bonefish situation I might encounter. But I’ve also learned to pack flies and gear for the ‘alternative’ fish that have saved my trip when the bonefishing was a bit off.” Jody Moore talks about the joys of “making do” with alternative species, on ShallowWaterAngler.com.