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A "Silver River of Bonefish"

March 11, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

Flash: At a chokepoint between Lovely Bay and a tidal inlet, an endless silver river of bonefish flows past like a herring boat hydraulically discharging its catch — more bonefish than anyone could ever imagine exists on the planet, never mind in one little Bahamian backwater.” Gray’s Sporting Journal editor James Babb spins the tale of a friend’s 40th birthday spent rolicking in the Acklin Islands.