The Skinny on Fishing
There are two differences between bonefishing here and in Florida. First, many South Florida flats are soft-bottomed and difficult to wade. Most Bahamian flats, on the other hand, are hard-bottomed and afford easy wading. Second, Florida bonefish are intensely pressured, which means wary, skittish, and fussy fish. Many areas of the Bahamas are less pressured and have stupider bonefish that are easier to catch. Not that Bahamian fish are pushovers, but some of them can be.