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Solo
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re: Salt Water Fly Fishers: Bonefishing question??
Understood. COVID isn't the issue, though, it's that you have to take a Covid test prior to returning to the US, and if you test negative you have to quarantine in said location. So you are stuck there...just check out the thread if you decide to leave the US.

Again, prayers to your friend.


WylieTiger
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re: Salt Water Fly Fishers: Bonefishing question??
Bahamas or Belize. Can't go wrong.

Bahamas has more wind so a 6wt might be too light. An 8wt is better. I got away with a 6wt in Belize.

Either choice is good. Good luck and prayers to your friend. Tight lines.

Do you need to borrow gear? Mine is collecting dust and needs a bone or two.
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Lonnie Utah
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re: Salt Water Fly Fishers: Bonefishing question??
quote:

it's that you have to take a Covid test prior to returning to the US, and if you test negative you have to quarantine in said location. So you are stuck there...just check out the thread if you decide to leave the US.


Ok, I'm with you now. Sorry I'm a little slow.


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RedDirtPoke
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re: Salt Water Fly Fishers: Bonefishing question??
I’m no help on bonefishing, but a buddy that guides in Charleston, SC said he would put you both up and take you fishing for reds and trout if interested.


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Floating Change Up
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re: Salt Water Fly Fishers: Bonefishing question??
Small Hope Bay on Andros. I’ve been there many times and they will absolutely take wonderful care of you and your friend.

Tell them in advance you are coming for bonefish. They have several full time guides, but I always request Glister Wallace- I don’t think he is on staff there, but he will guide for them on request. He is an absolute blast to spend the day with, and absolutely will put you on fish (which truthfully isn’t difficult on Andros).

The owner of Small Hope is Jeff - speak to him personally about the reason for the trip - he is a truly good guy and will make sure you have a memorable trip. He may even offer to fly over to FLT and pick you up in his plane, making it much easier on your travels. If you have trouble getting in touch with Jeff, let me know, I can ping him on WhatsApp.

ETA: just read the thread and saw the friend said no on the trip. I hope his fight is filled with joy and laughter to combat his pain. Sounds like a dog is ideal.
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