Just got back from a quick trip to Andros Island Bonefish Club. We fish the North Bight and the Westside. That westside trip take about 1.25 hours in a flats boat, glad I took my rain gear. Our guide took us to this flat in the North Bight, where he said the Big Bones live. We anchored and did some wading. I came around one side of this small island and the guide and my partner were pointing at a fish on the edge of the sandy flat. He made a cast but fell a bit short. I moved close to make a cast, which fell just to the left of this nice bone. Strip, strip, follow and a big hook up. My backing needed to see the daylight, but not that much! Two nice runs and the flyine is just back in the rod, when a black tip came charging out of the deep channel near by. I'm fishing with a 7wt. and I'm shouting "I'm Screwed!!" The guide, Nelson Leadon, charged the fish and yelled and kicked at them. The shark dropped the bone and headed to deeper water. The bone came in easy to hand and was bleeding from severe cuts on both sides of the body just in front of the tail. Nelson says it was about 10#, but who knows. He took the fish and said they would have it for dinner. He hung it on a mangrove plant so we could finish walking the flat. He told me the Big fish, which I did'nt see, did not take the fly. Overall, I didn't see as many fish as I thought I would, but the fish we saw were all good fish 5# and up. Check out the photo! Stayed at Andros Island Bonefish Club. Very comfortable, good food, plenty of water. If you go, let me know and I can give you some ideas on which guides to fish with.