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Hosted Travel

DestinationDateHostStatus
Andros South, BahamasMar 5-12 2023Andrew Harris
3 open spots
Date: Mar 5-12 2023
Host: Andrew Harris
Status: 3 Open Spots

Andros South, Bahamas

Mar 5-12 2023
Host: Andrew Harris

The Bahamas is my favorite salwater fly fishing destination. After a great hosted trip to Crooked Island and exploratory trips to North Andros, Long Island, and Eleuthera, I have chosen South Andros as my next destination. Andros sets the standard against which all other bonefish destinations are measured. For quantity, size, variety and overall fishing experience, Andros Island delivers.

Andros South is one of the finest bonefishing destinations in the Bahamas. Andros South is located on the southeast coast of Andros Island, the largest and least-inhabited island in the Bahamas. South Andros is flanked to the east by The Tongue of the Ocean, a deep-water trough that drops to more than five thousand feet not more than a mile offshore. Andros Island itself is riddled with innumerable tidal creeks and inland flats, all home to untold numbers of bonefish.

Variety is definitely the attraction when fishing at South Andros. There are miles and miles of easily-waded white sand flats as well as hidden, unspoiled mangrove-lined creeks. Inland lakes fill up with eager schools of bonefish, while expansive ocean-side flats attract double digit bonefish from the deep. Remote, rarely visited cays are home to massive schools of bonefish, while hefty singles tail along the mangroves. The diversity and size of the fishery offers a completely different fishing experience, every day of your trip.

Andros South Lodge is intimate and comfortable – a perfect bonefish basecamp for an epic flats fishing experience. Overlooking a beautiful white sand beach, freshened by trade winds, this is a picture perfect destination to spend your week fishing, relaxing and living on island time. Tile floored guest rooms are single occupancy and air conditioned, each with a private bath. The dining room is comfortable, staffed with ladies that understand hospitality, and prepare some of the finest Bahamian Creole and fresh seafood dishes that you’ll ever eat. The beachfront Tiki hut is a super casual place to relax after fishing, complete with a fire pit and a cooler packed with ice cold Kalik, the national beer of the Bahamas. And, the sunrise over the ocean, complete with a fresh cup of java, is hard to beat!

7 nights / 6 days fishing: $6350 per person + $381 tax.

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