Photo: Greg Dini

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Sight fishing for bones at night!

Fishing for tailing bonefish at night has become the brothers' favorite way to fish. Small sharks cruising at your ankles and silvery tails flashing in the moon light, it doesn't get much better. There is something about fishing in the dark that allows your imagination to run wild. On a low tide and when the moon peaks up above the horizon were off to our secret spot. Under the moon and stars its amazing to see how these fish hydroplane into the shallows.  Catching a fish like this makes the walk back to the skiff in the deeper and more treacherous water a little more bearable. Bars with a silver phantom.

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