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Please be informed that for those in the know there is no fish quite like the bone-fish. For pure fishing skill, utter excitement, strenuous exercise and pleasant diversion the bonefish rates supreme.
I have fished in many waters in many places and have caught many types of fish, including practically all of those that were mentioned in Jemail's column, so I speak with the authority of one who does not tell fish tales.
Barnie Parker, the Everglades ranger, got broken in, if I am not mistaken, on that kind of work while serving as warden for our society before the Everglades National Park was established. I have had many delightful experiences in the Cape Sable-Shark River country with Barnie. John O'Reilly's characterization of him is wonderfully good.
It is our confident belief that you will find that bird pictures and articles such as those are of great interest to a great percentage of your readers.
The salt-water sport of surf casting, and the fresh-water sports of fly and bait casting are nearer to being included in the Olympic Games than any of the activities mentioned in the answers solicited by Mr. Jemail.
The International Casting Federation is a worldwide organization which is presently setting up specifications to standardize competition among casters from the several countries of the world, especially the western countries.
Casting may not be in there in '56 but it looks like it will make the games in '60.