Cory's first bonefish
Current temp: 79, wind, dead calm, partly cloudy
Conditions never got good enough when the Montana boys were here to go out to the buoy in search of Dolphin. Two days after they left Hank and Mike went there and you can see the results. They said there were lots of them. Catching one of them on a fly when their in a feeding frenzy is easy and it doesn’t really matter what kind of fly.
As for me this morining, I’m just about to head up the creek and look for tailers. There are lots of clouds but the sea is like glass and it’s approaching high tide—perfect for spotting tailers.
Tomorrow looks good weather wise with light east winds so Tommy and I are planning on exploring areas known for permit and tarpon. Also the moon is just right. Sometimes we find them, sometimes we don’t, but don’t know if you don’t go.