Presenting Your Fly To A School Of Bonefish

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Another Successful Presentation Photo by Louis Cahill

Bonefish are on the move!

Presenting your fly to a school of bonefish has to become second nature. There is often not time to make a plan. The successful angler is one who can make split second decisions and place the fly quickly and accurately.

It’s a little like shooting a shotgun. You have to know how far to lead the fish in a given situation and you have to be able to picture that lead to know where your target is. It’s a skill that takes time to master but hopefully this video will set you off in the right direction.

Our friend Joel Dickey is back in this video to help you see your target.

 

Louis Cahill
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6 thoughts on “Presenting Your Fly To A School Of Bonefish

  1. Thanks for the good tips again Joel, it was a bit tuff seeng that cast, but it does help, if you get a chance I’d like to hear some about leader length, and how you cast out big bushy flies and make that leader layout if your useing bushy wind resistint flies on longer cast?

    Thanks you guys are great to have around!!

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