Published Nov 21. 2020 - 3 years ago

Fly Fishing For Bonefish

Tom Rosenbauer loves to catch bonefish on a fly and in this educational video he discusses the essentials of going after this wonderful species. Tom covers the food they eat, where they live, equipment needed and of course fly patterns and much more. A comprehensive examination of fly fishing for bonefish to help any angler!
Here are some of the Orvis products Tom uses in this video:
Helios 3 908 D
Mirage LT Reel
Pro Textured Tropic Line
Crazy Charlie
Christmas Island Special
Spawning Shrimp
Orvis Pliers
Mirage Knotless Leaders
Mirage Tippet
Waterproof Sling Bag
Men's Dri Release Hoody
Men's Pro Sun Hoody
Jackson Stretch Quick Dry Pants
Special Thanks: Bahamas
Andros Island Bonefish Club, Andros Island
Eva's Bonefish Lodge, Andros Island
Swain's Cay Lodge, Andros Island
Special Thanks: Belize
Tarpon Caye Lodge

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