Grand Bahama, Exuma, North and South Andros Islands , Bahamas
Bonefish, tuna, tarpon, permit and dorado photos
All images are by Dave McCoy unless otherwise noted and are all under copyright protection.
Natalie McCoy owns a tight loop with Philip Rolle on North Andros.
Bair's Lodge from the back looking out over their own private little flat.
Natalie McCoy focussed on North Andros.
Natalie McCoy with her first bone on South Andros at Bair's Lodge.
The sunset over drinks and stories of the day at Andros South Lodge. Photo Andros South
South Andros is becoming well known for large bonefish, much like North Andros has been for years. Photo Andros South
Spotting fish from the boat is much easier, especially in slightly deeper water. Photo Andros South
One of the favorite cuisines of Bahamians is Conch. No kidding?
Anywhere in the world this would be a large specimen. Photo Andros South
A starfish about 2 feet under obviously clear water.
Now arriving Andros International Airport, where the wind blows.
North Andros, home of mile long flats, hope you're in shape. Photo Natalie McCoy
Dave McCoy and Philip Rolle discussing past equipment failures while playing another fish. Photo Natalie McCoy
No failure this time! Photo Natalie McCoy
Too many choices. Photo Natalie McCoy
A leisurely stroll back to the boat at sunset on North Andros.
Fish on! Photo Natalie McCoy
Philip Rolle patiently tells Dave McCoy, "No, that isn't a fish either." Photo Natalie McCoy
The legendary flat on North Andros will not disappoint, they are truly endless. Photo Natalie McCoy
Final fish for Dave McCoy on North Andros before heading to Grand Bahama. Photo Natalie McCoy
Acklins Island Lodge.
Dave with a bone from the Acklins. The wind likes to blow in the tropics sometimes so don't go without a jacket. Photo Natalie McCoy
For every sunset like this you witness, you live a day longer, in addition to every day spent fishing.
The entrance to Pelican Bay Bonefish Club on Grand Bahama. Photo Greg Vincent
Dave McCoy paying out some line to an individual bone, which is fairly common on Grand Bahama. Photo Natalie McCoy
Walking some of the flats on the west side of Grand Bahama. Photo Greg Vincent
Greg Vincent, manager of Pelican Bay with a nice permit.
Barre Terre Lodge on the northern tip of Great Exuma offers some great bonefish opportunities.
If you should choose to bring a 6wt rod with you thinking you are going to fish it, also bring your 8 or 9 as they will handle the wind a bit better. Photo Natalie McCoy
The safe release of another bone, different island this time. You can see why they are so difficult to spot in the water. Photo Natalie McCoy
Natalie and Dave enjoying a slight breeze. Photo Philip Rolle
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