When asked, “what color would you best describe bonefish to be,” most anglers would likely answer somewhere in the silver, gray-ish, or drab white category.
That wouldn’t be far off from the truth of course. After all, it is the reflective quality of a bonefish’s scales that are responsible for their elusive, often ghost-like nature we all know and love.
However, one thing we really dig about bonefish is that, contrary to popular to popular belief, their pearlescent appearance often produces colors not easily captured by a simple snapshot. From bright greens, to subtle pinks, to (if you’re lucky) vibrant blues, each and every fish is unique.
Come catch a few and see for yourself!