Where is the best bonefishing in the Bahamas?

The Abaco Islands
The Abaco Islands in The Bahamas are among the more populated islands of this territory and they are located in northern Bahamas. Abaco is about 776 miĀ² and is often one of the islands recommended for good bonefishing.

How much does it cost to go bonefishing in the Bahamas?

January 1- July 21, 2022

Prices are Per Person in US Dollars Double Occupancy Single Occupancy*
3-nights / 2 days fishing $2,395.00 $2,649.00
4-nights / 3 days fishing $3,190.00 $3,530.00
5-nights / 4 days fishing $3,995.00 $4,415.00
6-nights / 5 days fishing $4,795.00 $5,295.00

What is the best time of year to bonefish in the Bahamas?

The main Bahamas bonefishing season runs from October through June. Being on North Andros, Big Charlie’s Lodge is on the perfect latitude to catch some of the early winter cold fronts. These drop the water temps, drive off the mosquitoes and bring big bones into shallow water to feed.

Where are the biggest bonefish in the Bahamas?

Andros Andros Island
Fly Fishing For Bonefish on Andros Andros Island is the largest of the Bahamas islands and has miles of spectacular flats to fish for bonefish.

What island is best bonefishing?

The Bahamas are synonymous with bonefish and rank among the top bonefishing destinations in the world. The archipelago consists of more than 700 islands each with its own flats offering the perfect habitat for patrolling bonefish in search of their next meal.

Where is bonefish in Exuma?

Bonefishing in The Exumas. In The Exumas, Airport Flat, White Bay and Channel Cut are favorites around Great Exuma.

  • Bonefishing in Andros.
  • Bonefishing in Bimini, Cat Island and Eleuthera.
  • Bonefishing in Long Island (The Bahamas)
  • Bonefishing on Crooked and Acklins Islands.
  • Is bonefish poisonous?

    Clupeotoxin poisoning occurs in humans who eat fish contaminated with the toxin. This toxin (poison) occurs in plankton-eating fish, such as herring, anchovies, bonefish, slickheads, tarpons, and sardines. These fish are found in African, Caribbean, and Indo-Pacific coastal waters.