Quick Facts and Pricing
- All Year Around
- $3,140 per angler, 7 nights/6 days fishing package, double occupancy
- Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Barracuda, Jacks
- Clothing and Equipment Checklist
- Cancellation Policy
Andros Island is the largest and least explored island in the Bahamas. This 2300 square-mile island paradise is not only known as the bonefishing capital of the world but also boasts the second largest reef in the Northern Hemisphere.
You will want to arrange your flight into San Andros Airport on North Andros Island. Upon arrival, you will catch a cab to Nicholl’s Town and one of the little bungalow’s waiting for you. You will be greeted at the hotel and shown to your room where later that evening the head guide, Phillip, will come by to make arrangements for the morning and help you with any questions you might have about what to expect or what to bring. The comfortable rooms at the hotel are doubles with private baths, air conditioning and satellite t.v. Larger groups have the option of two bedroom suites with a living room and full kitchen. The hotel also has a beautiful swimming pool, full restaurant and bar where all meals will be served boasting local Bahamian flare.
In the morning you will rise early and have breakfast at the hotel before your guide for the day will pick you up and drive you to where the boats launch, about 10 minutes away. Lunches are packed for you by the hotel and beverages are provided as well on the boat.
Bahamian guides pride themselves on their guiding abilities and the guides here are no exception. They are helpful and enthusiastic, and go to great lengths to provide you with the best fishing opportunities possible. Our guides are all local and very experienced with the waters and fish in the area. The guides boats are individually owned and will therefore reflect the personal preferences of each guide.
During the day, your fishing will include a combination of both boat fishing and wade fishing. The main attraction each day is the ghostly bonefish which average 5-7 pounds in this area. However, daily shots at fish in the double digits are very common. Also cruising the waters around the island are permit, snapper, barracuda, and jacks. All of these species offer exceptional fights on fly rods and should not be over looked as quality game fish as well.
For the first time saltwater angler or the experienced, Andros lives up to any anglers dream of white sandy flats and big, fast fish ripping line at blazing speeds.