Dana Dribben captured this underwater footage of bonefish feeding on the grass flats near the boat launch of Deep Water Cay with a GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition camera.
We’ve all seen the telltale “puff” of sand when a bonefish eats our fly, but we’ve rarely seen it from this perspective. I found it pretty interesting that the same bonefish (or multiple bonefish) seemed to root in the exact same spot, as if they could smell a worm or crab there that they just couldn’t ferret out.
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