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Grand Cayman

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I've just won a company trip to the Cayman Islands in late February. I know there is a bonefish population there, but not sure on the quality. My guess is that it's probably similar to that of Cozumel? Have any of you fished there?

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I've never fished there or been there, but my brother-in-law and sister-in-law have. They had a great time and I'm green with envy of your good luck winning the trip.

Bonefish is on my list of species I want to fish for. I guess they're not much for eating, but they fight like crazy and sure are fun to catch. I've done a little reading on the topic and I guess an 8 or 9wt is the ticket for bonefish.

No doubt there are plenty of internet resources to check out that will give you an idea of what kind of fishing is available there along with guide information, fishing charters, etc.

Good luck in your search and have a great time when you go.

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