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How to Break Off a Bonefish

Breaking off a bonefish is a bummer. After all the hard work required to find, cast to, and finally hook one it’s the last thing you want to do. That said, despite their best intentions, we still see a lot of anglers coming up with plenty of ways to do it, the most common of […]
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