In an exceptional fishing environment, I will help you find the keys to succeed in this real challenge. Having the opportunity and the chance to catch a bonefish with a fly involves a whole series of gestures to master.
Here in Guadeloupe, the flats are atypical; the trade winds are also almost omnipresent and the tides (small!) cause variations in the heights of water which may or may not be suitable for feeding bones. For all these reasons, their sight fishing is not easy here. In addition, the flats are more or less garnished with turtle grass or dotted with coral potatoes, as many obstacles that the fisherman must know how to understand here.
I will make every effort and bring you all my experience to help you approach this environment in the best conditions.
Now close your eyes and imagine yourself by my side, the rod ready to launch your Crazy Charlie at the right time, our eyes scanning the surface of the water, looking for the slightest fin, the slightest reflection, the slightest shade which would indicate the presence of the bonefish. And it could even be that suddenly I exclaim … permit at 11 o’clock !?