What tackle to use
6 - 9 wt outfits, reels holding at least 150m of backing with smooth and reliable drags. Leaders should be slightly longer than usual to get the fly down, tapered down to 12 - 15lb tippet
What flies to use
Crazy Charlies; Gotchas; Clousers; Small Crab Patterns
Depending on where you fish and the depth of water being fished, fly sink rate is important.
Deeper water requires slightly heavier flies and longer than leaders than the traditional skinny water approach.
Sink the fly to the bottom and then retrieve in short strips and pauses. Small puffs of sand as the fly touches down on the bottom help to attract the attention of Bones.
Depends where you're fishing. There are very few skinny water flats in Australia where one can wade and cast at tailing bones so most of the fishing for bones in WA is from a boat as the fish are found in slightly deeper water.