Andros Island Bonefishing
are the key targets here.
Permit are scarce.
The working day starts early at the lodge: coffee at 6:30, breakfast at 7 and leaving between 7:45 and 8 a.m., returning around 4. Since it's a 30-45 minute run to many of the flats, we ate lunch out on the water. After breakfast, we had the opportunity to make our own sandwiches and stock the ice chest with our choice of soft drinks or beer from the bar.
Each air conditioned room has two double beds so there's plenty of sleeping space. I was surprised after the first day to come back in and find that the clothes I'd worn over on the flight were washed and folded on the bed. That's a standard service for everyone, every day.
If at all possible, anglers should avoid using the services of Bahamasair and arrange a charter from Miami or Ft. Lauderdale. Our flight from Nassau to Andros Town, a mere 20 minute hop, was over four hours late arriving. That was an unusually long delay, but Bahamasair is notorious for not keeping a schedule.
As the locals say, "Fly Bahamasair only when you have time to spare."
Roundtrip transportation and Club reservations can be made here.
Good luck on staying out of the mangroves.
Andros Island Bonefishing Part 1
Andros Island Bonefishing Part 2
Andros Island Bonefishing Part 3
Andros Island Bonefishing Part 4