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Fishing Christmas Island

October 30, 2012
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Angler walks off a pancake flat in Christmas Island’s massive lagoon. Tosh Brown
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Bonefish are one of the top target species at Christmas Island. Use shrimp flies in orange, pink or tan colors. Tim Pask
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The traditional island outrigger on the boats at Christmas Island provide a steady platform to transport anglers to the bonefish flats. Tim Pask
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Sign reads: “Unauthorized fishing in the conservation area and fisheries pond is strictly prohibited.” Tim Pask
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Christmas Island is a one-of-a-kind destination. The locals seem to have more fun here. Tim Pask
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While Christmas Island boasts outstanding bonefishing, don’t forget about triggerfish. Use bonefish flies. Tim Pask
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To get the full experience, try targeting a few other species such as trevally. Use small baitfish flies. Tim Pask
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Chasing giants: The wide-open flats of Christmas Island offer chances at giant trevally. Barry And Cathy Beck
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