|05-20-2003 09:57 AM|
Go to this link http://home.earthlink.net/~fishvet/island.html
a portion of my long-inactive (but still not cleared) web site. This article should get you moving in the right direction.
|05-14-2003 09:23 AM|
Color wise for the sand and mud flats tan shades and pinks work well - size 4s & 6s should be fine. For drop offs and deeper channels clousers & deceiver styles in various olive / brown / yellow / white combos seem to work well up to 4 or five inches.
Flashy ties can be useful occaisionally but I rarely found need for them. Even barracuda seem to prefer a more natural pattern most of the time. If you're trolling something behind a boat that might be different.
|05-13-2003 09:56 AM|
What would you say for colors. Bright and flashy or more towards light browns or shrimp colors? I'll be a tying fool late into the night I got the feeling. Thanks for the pattern choices.
|05-12-2003 04:34 PM|
I wouldn't count on being able to buy flies locally in the Caribean but you might get lucky.
For general prospecting in those parts I would go armed with a selection of crazy charlies, gotchas and small clousers. Add a few deceiver style flies and some wire for toothy critters and your well on your way.
Any of our forum members know the area?
|05-12-2003 03:38 PM|
I'm heading to St. Lucia the end of this month and I have NO idea as to what to fish for how. I'm bringing my fly rod and a floating and an intermeadite(sp?) line and I figured I'ld wait until I got there to buy any flies. Any ideas? Thanks in advance