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Bonefish School Fly Fishing Bonefish Secrets

Bonefish School Fly Fishing Bonefish Secrets


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A great way for all levels of fly anglers to learn the secrets of fly fishing for bonefish is at The Bonefish School.

The Bonefish School is hosted by Capt. Bruce Chard at the Andros South Bonefish Lodge on Andros Island Bahamas.


This location offers school anglers an incredible amount of salt water fly fishing experience in a very short amount of time.


Covering all topics needed to hunt, cast, fight and land successfully the Bonefish School is one of a kind.

All instructors are Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Fly Casting instructors offering the highest level of fly casting available.

For more information and dates on upcoming bonefish schools click here.

If you have any questions about the school please feel free to contact Capt. Bruce Chard direct -- captpermit@aol.com


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