Can you see me now?
Juvenile bonefish (as small as an inch long!) may in fact be “hiding in plain sight”, mixing in among schools of similar-sized mojarras, whom they closely resemble when young. With roughly 1 bonefish for every 50 mojarras, the odds are you won’t see the bonefish, and neither will their predators! In the photo above, a 2-inch long bonefish (about 4 months old) feeds among mojarras.