Bahamas Fly Fishing Lodges

The Bahamas are legendary for the outstanding bonefishing that they offer. The vast network of islands offers locations both for large numbers of bones as well as areas to target trophy bones over 8 lbs. Other flats species such as permit and tarpon are also available based on season and location. The Bahamas are just off of the coast of Florida and an easy flight away that allows for both longer stays and a short trip. Nervous Waters operates three of the best lodges on the islands with outstanding proximity to productive fishing and the casual luxury that is the trademark of all of their operations. 

The prime time for visiting the Bahamas is November through May. Winter months can produce more unstable weather patterns which can affect the flats. November and December are considered the trophy bonefish months and offer your best chance at huge bones that have seen little pressure. February-May are considered the peak months and expect to book well in advance to get a spot at one of the top lodges. 

Abaco Lodge: Bahamas Fly Fishing on Abaco Island

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$2250/Person
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The "Marls of Abaco" are a vast expanse of prime Bonefish wilderness, situated along the western shore of Great Abaco Island, in the Bahamas. Abaco has more than 400 square miles of flats, none better known than the Marls. They have long been known by well traveled bone-fishermen as one of the most unique and productive fisheries in the world. Abaco Lodge has established itself as a household name in the fly fishing world. Demand for peak weeks is high, often booked by repeat groups who stake their claim for the following year the day they leave the lodge.

Bairs Lodge: Bahamas Fly Fishing on Andros Island

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$2250/Person
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For as long as the Bahamas have been known for their great saltwater flats fly fishing, South Andros has been a name synonymous with unparalleled bone-fishing. Names like Grassy Creek, Deep Creek, Little Creek, the Water Cays, and Curley Cut Cays are intrinsically linked to sight fishing for some of the world's largest bonefish. Over the last 25 years, Bair's has developed a reputation as one of the premier lodges in the Bahamas. The vast network of smaller cays and sheltered bays allows the guides to seek out fishable water regardless of wind direction.