Women’s Bonefishing School at Andros South Lodge

Nov 08, 2012

Author: Tucker Ladd

Looking for something to do in January?  Our friends at Deneki Outdoors are running a bonefish school for women hosted by Colorado's very own Kara Armano from January 5th to the 12th, 2013.  Greg Thomas has a great write up on Angler's Tonic.

Kara Armano... with a tarpon

"What’s a Bonefishing School? We’ve been teaching folks about bonefishing for 6 years now.  These schools take place over a week-long stay at Andros South, and combine a full day of instruction with 5 days of fully guided fishing, with a few evening instructional sessions thrown in to boot. Attendees range from anglers on the flats for their very first time, to experienced, well-traveled guests looking to hone their skills with the best of the best."

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