On the outskirts of anglers searching for deepwater trophy fish like marlin and tuna, bonefish were seen cruising up, down, and across South Andros Island’s shallow, white-sand flats. The non-traditional beauties of a fish are a thrill to catch, especially on the fly. Whether from the bow of a skiff or walking the flats between the mangroves, fishing for bonefish this exhilarating, and we want you to experience it.
Deceptive, Silvery in color, big eyes, and a long, sleek body, fishing for bonefish are more of a hunt than fishing. Some consider bonefish an ugly fish, but to us, they not only possess a spectral beauty, but bonefish are also a hoot of a rodeo when hooked on a fly. Ranging in weight from 3, to 5, to 10, and even 15 pounds, regardless of size, they are like no other fish rodeo you’ve experienced.
In our upcoming season, starting in October 2021, you’ll be able to look forward to fishing out of our new fleet of Hellsbay 17’ Professional flats skiffs that include lean bars. In addition, you’ll begin your fishing adventure each day from our new floating dock system that will be heading to the Island soon. We’re excited.
We’re already preparing for the 2021/2022 season and currently taking reservations for the upcoming season. We’d love to take you fishing in the Bahamas! The calendar is fairly open, but it won’t be for long. So for more information on our operation in The Bahamas at Andros South Lodge and availability or to book a trip, please feel free to give us a call at 1-800-344-3628 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!
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