Good bonefishing (the fish average 3-8 lbs. in Cayman waters) awaits anglers in the near-shore areas of Grand Cayman, including the shallow flats of North Sound, South Sound and Frank Sound—even off Seven Mile Beach, according to the Cayman Fishing Club. Our Florida Fishing Report Contributor, Captain Neil Eisner recently made a journey to Grand Cayman with the crew of the Night Moves!
In this episode, Captain Neil shares his “Bone Fishing” experience in the tropical aqua blue waters along with dome great tips for the angler who may be thinking about any type of fishing excursion that includes the elusive “Bone Fish”….. Neil also shares some additional Jack and Mutton Snapper insight and talks about the local cuisine.
Captain Neil had some time for a bit of “rest and relaxation” as seen in the picture where he met Miss Cayman Island 2015, 16 and 17…..plus he tells us about his trip to the Dr. Guy Harvey Gallery!
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