Chasing the lightning-fast bonefish across the south Pacific, Florida, and the Caribbean is for many anglers a near obsession, and this is the handbook to such fly-fishing adventure. Author Dick Brown, a widely experienced bonefisher and fly tyer who writes for several angling journals, offers keen advice for successful bonefishing – both his insights and those of other experts such as Lefty Kreh, Ben Estes, and Stu Apte. Brown and his cohorts help the reader spot, stalk, cast to and strike this most wily, challenging quarry. He also analyzes the use of numerous flies, telling which patterns work best and when, and details superb bonefishing destinations with fully up-to-date information. Hardcover 386 Pages
About the Author
Dick Brown has stalked bonefish—as well as permit, tarpon, snook, and other tropical saltwater species—for over 30 years, fishing extensively in the Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Pacific, Venezuela, and Florida Keys. He is one the foremost authorities on bonefish and author of Fly Fishing for Bonefish and Bonefish Fly Patterns considered by many to be the bibles on this great game fish. Both books are available in new revised editions from Lyons Press featuring the latest discoveries in bonefish behavior and prey preferences as well as new angling techniques, strategy, equipment, and dozens of new flies.