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Bone fish are caught on fly rod and light spinning tackle and are stalked by sight! The most vital piece of equipment you can have is a good pair of polarized sun glasses, the ability to carefully watch any movement in the water is imperative! Reflection and glare off the water when sight fishing is not your friend.
Bonefish can by fished by wadding, flats boats, kayak and canoe. A seasoned bone fish guide is essential to your fishing experience. iOutdoor Captains are the best bone fishermen in the business- they know the mannerisms of these wary fish- and how to pursue them!
Bone fish can be caught on live bait such as shrimp and small crabs. The most effective way is to catch them on fly- which is also the most difficult. And once you are hooked up- watch out! You are going to experience a blazing first run and a fight to remember!
What to bring
Do you have a special lure or fishing rod you would like to use, let us know! iOutdoor will work with the Captain to accommodate! Your adventure with iOutdoor includes all license you may need. Just show up, and we’ll take care of the rest!
Sea Sickness Policy
iOutdoor has noticed that taking your sea sickness medicine is best before the launch. It typically has little or no effect once you are already feeling sea sick.
You have two ways of reservering a trips with iOutdoor.
Choose any of the BOOK NOW buttons on the site or simply call +1 (888) 412-1117
and talk with one of our reservation anglers. iOutdoor requires a small deposit of $50 at time of your reservation. If you must change or cancel your reservation, it must be done 24 hours prior to departure date.
1. If iOutdoor is forced to cancel a trip for any reason, a 100% refund will be made if another date cannot be arranged to your satisfaction.
2. iOutdoor can provide complete package trips with accommodations or recommend hotels/motels.
3. Tips are appreciated and are a very real part of the income of the crew. 15%-20% is typical for excellent service.
4. iOutdoor will clean, fillet and package the fish at NO additional charge, but be sure to check that this is not offered on all charters because of state laws.