Andros South Lodge, Bahama
Andros South is a bonefishing lodges located on South Andros Island in the Bahamas. Take a trip to this beautiful island paradise and access miles and miles of unpressured flats. Andros South offers the best bonefishing in the World!
You will be provided with opportunities for classic wading on the white, sparkling flats, hiking to hidden inland lakes and poling remote mangrove creeks based on your preferences.
On South Andros you will find a unique combination of numbers and size of bonefish as well as ample opportunities for other species including barracuda, jacks and snapper with occasional opportunities for permit an tarpon.
Put yourself in the hands of best-in-industry guides, with friendly and helpful lodge staff, an uncompromised level of service and great camaraderie.
$3,150 for 7 night/6 day package
$1,725 for 4 night/3 day package
Included: Fishing, Meals, beer and wine, Single occupancy lodging, flies, terminal gear and loaner gear.
Tips ($300 per week average) and transportation to Congo Town, South Andros not included. Contact Off the Hook for help with travel needs.
This clean, comfortable lodge sits on the beach in the small settlement of Kemp's Bay. Each air conditioned room has its own bathroom. The kitchen and dining hall are in a separate building and a tiki hut on the beach is a great spot for an evening cocktail.
A hearty breakfast is served at 6:30AM. Guests assemble their own lunch from a variety of cold cuts, bread, tuna, meat, fruit and snacks (which are stored in a cooler for later). The family style dinners feature Bahama favorites such as lobster, local fish, chicken and conch and desserts like Key Lime and Coconut pie. Complimentary Wine is also served.
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