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Bonefish Blues

When asked, “what color would you best describe bonefish to be,” most anglers would likely answer somewhere in the silver, gray-ish, or drab white category. That wouldn’t be far off from the truth of course. After all, it is the reflective quality of a bonefish’s scales that are responsible for their elusive, often ghost-like nature […]
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