Author: Will Rice
My eyes had to adjust to what I was looking at. I hadn’t seen anything like it in almost 10 years. The large mass of grey/brown color could easily be mistaken for a patch of Caribbean turtle grass or coral… but it wasn’t turtle grass or coral. It was a massive school of Bahamian bonefish.
“You see how those fish are starting to move to the left,” said Sparkles, our guide from the Andros South Lodge. “Show me the cast – eleven o’clock… 50 ft. Make the cast.”
Lucas was on the front of the boat and did as he was told – he didn’t say a word.