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Description: This lodge is located on the Marls and has been a premier flats-fishing destination for years due to its next-level populations of supersize bonefish. Here you’ll find plenty of the latter, punctuated by more than 200 miles of prime skinny-water habitat known universally as the Marls. Step off your front porch, pour a mug of coffee, and open your eyes to an azure panoramic where tailing bones, not to mention permit and tarpon, are top on the agenda.
Twenty- to thirty-fish days are a regular occurrence, and many of our adult bonefish crack and exceed the magical 6+ pound mark. See it. Believe it. And then plan your way through the process with guides who know the program. The lodge is staffed with best in the northern Bahamas. Period. Bahamas bonefishing is an integral part of the culture, and these guys speak the language fluently. Top-of-the-line, shallow-draft Hell’s Bay flats skiffs ensure maximum comfort while full-throttling it to fishing; while private rooms, 5-star dining, and professional service mean ultimate adrenaline on—and relaxation off—the water.
Accommodations: The lodge features luxury waterfront accommodations overlooking world-renowned flats on the west side of Great Abaco Island, just north of Marsh Harbor. The newly constructed lodge has eight air-conditioned private rooms with private bath, as well as a fully stocked bar, pool, sitting room, outside fire pit, and plenty of patio space to stretch out, kick back, and relax. Rooms feature large king beds, plush linens, rain showers, and patios that terrace over the rugged shoreline.
Amenities include high-speed Internet, WIFI connections, phone service, and a bright, comfortable lodge with dining facilities, fully stocked bar (soft drinks, plenty of ice, a blender and mixers for cocktails), tying room, and a new flat screen TV for all the games.
The shop includes everything you need for a spectacular day of Bahamas bonefishing on the flats—and more—including Sage rods, Abel reels, RIO lines, backing and tippets, Costa polarized sunglasses, a prime selection of top-producing flies, sunscreen, lip balm, and logo-wear and packs from top brands such as Patagonia. If you left it at home, you’ll find it here.
Transportation/Getting there: This lodge’s fly-fishing operations are located on the western side of Great Abaco Island, Bahamas—part of a string of islands on the Atlantic about 175 miles east of Palm Beach, Florida. The lodge is the only fly-fishing operation on the Marls, an area with direct access to some of the best bonefish habitat in the Bahamas and the world.
While it would take a lifetime to fish the entire Marls—and many of our expert guides have spent that much time exploring it—the lodge also offers incredible fishing on the eastern edge of the island. Here you’ll find big ocean-side bones, shots at permit and the occasional tarpon, as well as barracuda, shark, and mutton snapper.
Marsh Harbor is a 10-minute drive from the lodge and has an international airport serviced by major U.S. and Bahamian carriers.
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Rates: Call for current rates
Dates: High Season is October through March & July, and Peak Season is March to June
Included: Lodging, meals, alcohol, professional guiding and transportation between the lodge and Marsh Harbour Airport.
Not Included: Transportation to Abaco Island, transfer from Treasure Cay to the lodge ($50.00 p/person one way), flies and other fishing equipment and gratuities.
Full day fishing on arr/dep days ($750.00 p/boat)
Half day fishing on arr/dep days ($550.00 p/boat)