On South Andros Island, land and water interlace with a vast network of mangrove cays, endless sandy flats, and winding creeks and channels that flow throughout the island, like the blood vessels in our bodies. And as the cells in our blood vessels journey throughout our body, bonefish journey through the mangrove cays and flats of the South Andros Island.
But enough about bonefish. Yeah, yeah, we get it, bonefish are fantastic, and if you’ve never caught a bonefish, you should, and Andros South Lodge is the place to do it. All that said, beyond the bonefish, the southern part of Andros Island is filled with culture and diversity, and it is a Caribbean experience like no other.
I know it’s hard to resist the cays and flats that make Andros the bonefish capital of the world. But when you get here catching bonefishing, don’t forget to stop and smell the sweet scents of the wild orchids, indulge in the quiet beaches, and feast your eyes on all the other marine wildlife surrounding the island.
Many of us come to Andros South Lodge for the fishing action, as you should. Just don’t let it blind you to all the rest of the beauty and wonder it offers so you can have the whole experience.
All photos courtesy of Amelia Willson and Jeremy Inman, Team Deneki.
Andros Island, Bahamas, is known as the ‘Bonefishing Capital of the World’ for a reason. But make sure to take in the entire experience.
Deneki Outdoors runs the world-class bonefishing lodge on Andros Island called Andros South Lodge. Our lodge is comfortable and casual, and our reputation has attracted the best guides in the business.
South Andros Bonefish
- There’s a unique combination of big bonefish and high numbers on South Andros.
- Our flats are enormous, with very little angling pressure.
- We have countless opportunities for wading as well as poling.
We’d love to talk bonefishing with you and help you experience the trip of a lifetime – fill out the form below, and we’ll be back in touch via email.
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