The Bahamas, close to south- Florida, consists of more than 700 islands offer a wide variety of fishing; flat fishing to offshore big game fishing. The Bahamas are famous for some of the best, most varied bonefishing in the world. Many records have been caught here. You will find bonefishing and guides on almost every island. The best lodges can be found on outer island like Andros, Long Island, Exuma, Acklins and Great Bahama.

Abaco Island

The “Marls of Abaco” are a vast expanse of prime, wilderness bonefish habitat, situated along the western shore of Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas. The Marls have long been known by well-traveled bonefishermen as one of the most unique and productive fisheries in the Bahamas. At Abaco Lodge you...

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Grand Bahama

Pelican Bay Lodge The north shore of Grand Bahama is a vast area of creeks, cays and flats creates a huge fishery of hundreds of miles. The bottom structure of the flats varies from both hard and soft sand or grass flats to harder light coral or marl flats, creeks...

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Long Island

Deadmans Cay Fly Fishing Lodge is just five minutes from the airport. The lodge consists of three double-occupancy air-conditioned units offering:  two bedrooms,  private bath, front room with sofa, television and phone , complete kitchen equipped with full-size refrigerator, stove, microwave and coffee maker. A screened porch with tables and...

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Andros Island

Andros Island is known as the bonefish capitol of the world, and many experts say that the flat of South Andros are excellent. If you’re looking for a small lodge with owners who really know fly-fishing, Bair’s Lodge gets our vote for the best place to stay in this area....

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