Posted on May 19 2007
Pete Bodo writes in The New York Times about a recent trip to Placencia, Belize, where finding two angry Rotweillers wading a permit flat with you is somehow consistent with the experience. “’The bonefish here are on the small side,’ Cabral had warned me as we circled each other in the half-light of dawn, acting out the obligatory guide-meets-sport ritual. ‘But those seven- and eight-weight rigs you have are a little on the light side for permit and tarpon.’”
You can read more of Pete Bodo’s writing in an excerpt of his recent book Trout Whisperers on MidCurrent.