November 13, 2007. For two consecutive days on the flats, we have encountered large schools of Bonefish on the Atlantic side of the island chain, west and east of Key West. The Bonefish have apparently adjusted to the cooler fall water temperatures and are out and about feeding. The mid-morning high tides have been the trigger bringing the push of Bonefish onto the flats to feed. Tailing the Bones are lemon and black tip sharks, large barracuda and a few Permit.When you are ready to book a charter or just talk fishing,
contact Capt. Dexter Simmons by casting your net line to http://www.keywestflyfishing.com or by TOLL
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