The Keys, the Bahamas, heck, even Hawaii; they’re all developing reputations for bruiser bonefish. But have you ever heard of an island called Aitutaki, north of a place called Rarotonga in the central South Pacific? We didn’t think so. But we have at least one (big reason) why you might want to become familiar with it.
Look at the size of this bonefish, courtesy of the guys from Frontsidefly. We’re guessing the few fishermen in the know have their drags singing off the coast of this island while the rest of us squint to see one tailing bonefish on the parking-lot-crowded flats of the Keys. Want to see more from these creative characters? – Rick Bach