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Brown Bonefish Bitters
The brown variation of the Bonefish Bitters which was my most succesful colour.
These small mangrove trees and all their air roots are bound to cost you some flies - and fish. Any bonefish running into this will most likely break you off. So tie enough to loose a few.
Neutral Bonefish Bitters
This discreet - almost uncoloured - Bonefish Bitters worked well in Punta Allen.
Red Bonefish Bitters
The red Bonefish Bitters was my least succesful variety, but red is usually a popular colour on this pattern.
My fellow fly fisher Kim and guide Gaspar (kneeling) casting to a bonefish. Stealth and precise casts are prime methods of targeting bonefish.
The author, GFF partner Martin Joergensen, with a bonefish, which - even this small - will surprise you with their strength.
White Bonefish Bitters
White can be a surprinsingly good colour for bonefish like on this Bonefish Bitters.
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