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Florida FWC Votes to Make Bonefish a Gamefish

Happy angler with bonefish from Biscayne Bay, FL

Florida FWC approved new rules for for Bonefish. Effective July 1, 2011 the 1 fish daily bag limit is abolished and bonefish are catch and release only. Bonefish may be targeted only with hook and line gear and the new rule allows temporary possession for

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Bonefish Dreams in the Seychelles

For a few of us, the dream goes like this: big uneducated bonefish in a perfect setting, no people or jet skis on an endless hard gleaming white flat.

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Do It Yourself Fly Fishing for Bonefish in the Florida Keys

Bonefishing in the Florida Keys can be expensive. Add up the cost of a good guide ($350-400 per day), the hotel room ($50-125 per day), meals, drinks, and incidentals, and a week’s fishing can eat up a couple of month’s salary. Many folks who would like to catch bones simply can’t afford that. The solution? Go bonefishing, but find your own fish. You won’t catch as many fish as you would had you hired a guide, but you’ll find tremendous satisfaction in doing it yourself.

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Your Guide to Fly Fishing for Bonefish Around the Globe

Anticipation is one of the most powerful sensations in angling. In clear-water flats fishing, the greatest thrill comes in the instance between when the fish is spotted, and the presentation is taken or refused. The combination of visual drama and tactile electricity between angler and

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