The Marls are legendary bonefish grounds...2. Access Make sure you'll be able to rent a kayak or paddleboard. These will be key for accessing different flats and covering water.
Be prepared to drag your craft through the extra shallow zones...3. Accommodations There are three schools of thought here, depending on your location. Seedy Motel, Camping, or AirBnB. Each one comes with its own unique advantages and disadvantages. Dealers choice, but choose wisely now.
It's good to have a place to rest your head...4. Be Prepared Coolers, water bottles, bug spray, sunscreen, good flats booties are key (seriously, if you're going to splurge on one thing, let it be your booties, your feet will thank you)
Packing right isn't only about tackle...5. Rainy Day Activities OK - ideally, it doesn't rain. That being said, if it's a long enough trip, chances are you'll get blown out at least one afternoon. Or maybe you'll be to sunburned to fish. Either way, bring games and books, you already spend too much time on the damn interwebs.
Backgammon is never a bad idea.6. Homies Because who else is going to play those games with you, snap your grip and grins, and call you out on your embellished fish tales?
This is actually why we do this... right?7. Flies & Tackle We've got you there, hombre...
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