Bonefish are plentiful in our waters, and found everywhere but the deeper recesses of the Santa Rosa Lagoon. While this area was once famous for large numbers of smaller bonefish, that reputation is slowly changing. Thanks to conservation efforts and with the passage of time, our bonefish are getting bigger. It is now fairly common to see fish over five pounds, with fish close to the ten pound mark caught every season. From hard sand flats to mangrove lagoons, there is plenty of habitat for the biosphere’s grey ghost. Our home flat right in front of Casa Blanca is a perfect place to test your skills on our resident school of bonefish, anywhere from three to eight pounds.