They come up in the shallows and flats to feed and are stalked by our local fishermen by poling in these shallow waters. Most are caught by “site casting”. First you see a tailing fish, then throwing it a fly or shrimp. These fish, though not very big in size, fight more than fish a lot bigger. Islamorada is known as the Bonefish Capital because the fish in this area are larger than most anywhere else in the world where they are found. The prints come in one of our dark finish lobster trap frames. All prints are signed by the artist. Overall Size 9″ x 10.5″.