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capt.cortez 06-29-2004 08:25 PM

islamorada
 
in the coming day i will be traveling to islamorada i was just wondering whereabouts to fish and what patterns i should use i have a 9' 9wt. rod ive been flyfishing for about a year now

thanks for all your help

Eddie 06-30-2004 10:08 AM

Many people have had good luck popping into BoneFishBob's for a chat. Borski slider type flys are the ticket (tan and root bear) in size 1, 2 and 4's. Your nine should be fine.

capt.cortez 06-30-2004 12:58 PM

thanks for the info what mile marker is bonefishbobs?

Eddie 06-30-2004 07:37 PM

mid eighties? in the middle of isla morada, befor world wide. you can't miss it.

capt.cortez 06-30-2004 08:29 PM

thanks for the info

Adrian 07-01-2004 07:12 AM

Have fun down there and let us know how you get on :smokin:

capt.cortez 07-01-2004 10:16 AM

im leaving to there the 11th of july on my way down i plan on fishing for some peacocks down in miami ill let yall know how i turn out

JR SPEY 07-01-2004 01:21 PM

Actually, I find Bonefish Bob's to be easy to miss and I even know where it is. I seem to drive by it every year. It is right across a side street from Sandy Moret's Florida Keys Outfitters, but that is easy to miss, too. If heading toward Key West and you reach World Wide Outfitters, as pointed out previously, you've gone too far. The new WWO is pretty hard to miss.

capt.cortez 07-15-2004 08:34 AM

well igot back yesterday i stopped a bonefishbobshe didnt really give me any good information probly cause im so yound and he didnt take me seriosly there were no fish anywhere where he told me to go aroundjust one or two nurse sharks. so after that i know the capt on robbies party boat and i didnt have enogh money to go on a back contry so he let me fly fish on his headboat wernt a lot of people and i got a 5lbs mahi-mahi and 2 got off. that was fun on fly later i went to baihi honda state park and from shore i hooked up with a around 100 tarpon and a 30lbs cuda both spit the hook

thanks evey one for pur help.

Adrian 07-15-2004 09:14 AM

Yikes, was the 100 Tarpon or one fish of 100lb? :Eyecrazy:

Sounds like you had a great time. Mahi Mahi are great fun on flies. We all lose fish from time to time. If you find its happening a lot then make sure your hooks are sharp - always carry a sharpener. When you get a hit, try not to lift the rod. Set the hook hard with your stripping hand. Four or five really sharp pulls should do the trick.

Then you can get a picture too :wink:

Thanks for the report!

capt.cortez 07-15-2004 01:48 PM

i wish it was 100 tarpon but no it was one of 100lbs

bcasey 08-20-2004 11:16 AM

Let's see, 100 tarpon or 100lb. tarpon, who cares, both work for me. As for BonefishBob's, no one mentioned that you gotta pay for 4 or 5 of those 10$ ea. flies for the real info. Seriously :razz:


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