There’s something special about standing on a tropical flat, scanning the water for a school of bonefish or a cruising permit, and the anticipation of waiting for the right moment to make your move.
Whether you’re taking your first destination saltwater fly fishing trip, or it’s just another getaway to that special remote island, the TFO Blitz is ready to get the job done.
Enjoy these photos from TFO Ambassador Trent Jones on his recent trip with some clients to a remote Caribbean island. Trent and his clients found success with the 10wt Blitz for permit, and had some fun target bonefish and triggerfish with the 9wt Blitz.
Scanning the flats for cruising permit with the TFO Blitz. // Photo: Trent Jones
A box of crab and shrimp patterns and the 9wt TFO Blitz ready to go for chasing bonefish on the flats. // Photo: Trent Jones
Photo: Trent Jones
Hooked up on a permit with the TFO Blitz. // Photo: Trent Jones
Catching a permit on the fly is not an easy task. The TFO Blitz 10wt is a great tool for chasing these notoriously picky eaters. // Photo: Trent Jones
Photo: Trent Jones
Bonefish on the fly. // Photo: Trent Jones
Triggerfish have become increasingly more popular to chase on the fly. They’re not afraid to get shallow, making them a fun (and often difficult) species to catch. // Photo: Trent Jones
The TFO Blitz in flats fishing paradise. // Photo: Trent Jones
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