Capt. Richard Stanczyk Sr. was on them this evening fishing with friend and fellow captain, Vic Gaspeny. The boys had great bonefish action stake up fishing on the atlantic ocean side of Islamorada. The shallow flats are home to perusing bonefish who often are in search of a meal. That meal consists of shrimp mostly and they had plenty of them. They ended up landing 5 bonefish on the trip! Just spectacular fishing especially for this time of year, as often the cold front we get can hinder the bonefishing sometimes. However it’s been awfully warm for November so anything is possible right now. The last hours of incoming tide in the area gave enough currently flow and water so they could fish up shallow, where bonefish like to be when they can. This fishing may hold up through December if things stay warm, so if you are interested give us a shout!