Excellent day on the water, conditions were a little less than ideal as the winds and rain came the night before our trip, but with only 2 days left in our trip we had to get out. Raf had us on the bonefish, but they we're easily spooked today. We kept after it, had a few chances at Tarpon (out of season) and finally hooked and landed some bonefish at the end of the day. My wife was a trooper and watched me cast all day. I finally got my bonefish and we got her up there to work on casting. She didn't think she was very good but we got her to where she was casting well enough, had her throw the line out and let the fly sink a bit and told her to start stripping in the line and wouldn't you know it she hooked a bonefish! She managed to land it and we got the pictures everyone loves to get. Point is, you need to appreciate how hard sport fishing is and you never know what will happen, but the guide's job is to give you chances which we had in tough conditions. If you have days here, it's best to stay in communication with Barefoot so you can get out on day that is suited for fly fishing for these fish!
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