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To fly fishermen the Bahamas means bonefish. With over 700 islands and cays spread over 300 miles, the Bahamas contain endless miles of accessible flats with great numbers of bonefish. That’s what you go for. What brings you back are the sun-drenched beaches, the turquoise water, balmy breezes, the conch chowder and warm and welcoming Bahamian people. We have hand picked from among the best Bahamian bonefish lodges and are proud to offer:
 
Peace & Plenty Bonefish Lodge

Located on a peaceful peninsula ten miles south of Georgetown, on the island of Great Exuma, P&P offers some of the best bonefishing in the Bahamas. The fine white sand bottom and crystal clear water make this ideal for wading or skiff fishing. Large schools of 3-6 lb bonefish provide plenty of action for even novice fly fishermen, with occasional shots at larger bones, permit and barracuda. Bob Hyde the fishing director at Peace & Plenty has hand picked and trained a staff of quality flats guides. In addition to local knowledge, many are patient instructors who can help you hone your skills. Cost: starting at $3,000 per person per week from Georgetown, Exuma. Shorter stays available.

North Riding Point Club
An exclusive new lodge on the south side of Grand Bahama that is sure to become a favorite. NRPC sits on a spectacularly beautiful, remote beach just a short drive from hundreds of square miles of virgin flats – home to large bonefish that have seldom seen a fly. Fish from trailered 16 –foot Dolphin Super Skiffs equipped with leaning posts. Stay in one of three deluxe seafront cottages, dine on gourmet food and if it all gets to be too much - take a massage. Cost: Starting at $3225 per week, Shorter stays available.

Mangrove Cay Club
Start with big bonefish and plenty of them, add comfortable accommodations and experienced staff and you have the makings of a first-class bonefish lodge. You have the Mangrove Cay Club on Andros Island, Bahamas. Since it opened in the fall of 2000, the Mangrove Cay Club has built a reputation as one of the very best bonefishing lodges in the Caribbean. Located near Moxey Town, on the famed the Middle Bight with access to the best flats and the West Side, this lodge offers a new level of comfort and service for the Andros angler. Cost: $3,395 per person per week based on double occupancy. Shorter stays available.


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