Video Hatch: “Itu’s Bones”

February 22, 2012 By: Benjamin Clary

Itu (pronounced ee-too) Davey, a native of the Cook Islands, once made a living netting and selling bonefish.  But when a movement to declare the bonefish a “sports species” started, Itu was asked if he wanted to learn to be a guide.  “Itu’s Bones,” which is ready to hit the shelves, tells the story of Itu’s transformation from a subsistence gill-netter to catch-and-release fly fishing guide.

The new DVD is produce by the very talented Carl McNeil of On the Fly Productions, who brought us “Once in a Blue Moon” and “Casts That Catch Fish.”