One thing that’s really nice about our fishery on South Andros is that throughout our entire season (that’s mid October through May in case you were wondering) the fishing is very consistent.
Weather permitting of course, we’re confident that our guests will have the opportunity to not only catch a lot of bonefish, but have a good chance at seeing big fish as well, regardless of the time of season. That’s a really good thing.
However, we’re happy to report that last week at Andros South was a bit over the top. We saw some of the best bonefishing we’ve seen with not one, not two, but several of our guests landing double digit bonefish, and several more landing fish in the 8-9 pound range. Wow.
One of those fish is pictured above, caught by our good friend Steve Kessler. That’s a really, really, big bonefish, but Steve (and two other witnesses) was quick to point out that just the day before, they spotted a fish nearly twice that size.. Yeah, we’re still in shock.
Regardless, nice fish Steve!
Look at that tail! Are you sure thats not a Milkfish??
Kyle Shea says
Haha sure looks like one James! At least the tail!!
chuck french says
Of all the fish I never caught, that’s one of them. Nice Fish, Steve!