Marshall DeMott and I arrived in the Keys on Tuesday and explored some beautiful flats just outside Key West despite some unsettled weather. I was poling a cut along a shallow flat and when we spotted a bonefish of no less than 10# working its way into the outgoing tide. We just could not get there in time to intercept the fish. I pushed hard against the current and wind just in time to see another fish following the same path. This fish was not so lucky. Marshall put his crab six feet ahead of the fish, waited a couple seconds, stripped once, and as the fish sped up Marsh was connected. After some smoking runs he brought a beautiful 7# bone to the boat. Congratulations Marshall! Before long an ominous storm had us running back to port.