Abaco Lodge, Bahamas
If you’re looking for productive bonefish waters, you’ve come to the right place. Abaco has more than 400 square miles of flats—teeming with bonefish. And Abaco Lodge, on the western side of the island, just happens to abut some of the best in the Bahamas. The lodge is centrally located on the Marls side, with backdoor access to them all. For twenty miles toward the open ocean, the average depth is four feet. Heading north or south, it would take a lifetime to explore the entire region. And after investing some time fishing the area, devoting a life’s worth of casts to its prolific quarry isn’t such a bad proposition.
In addition to the Marls, Abaco Lodge offers incredible fishing on the eastern, ocean side, where chance encounters with superlative-size bonefish are a distinct possibility. Untapped areas such as Cherokee Sound, the Bight of Robinson and Snake Cay are minutes from the lodge and house incredible but challenging bonefishing. Both east and west side options allow anglers and guides to work around potentially inclement weather, making missing a day of fishing rare.
Sneak a trip in before the holidays at one of our favorite locations in the world for Bonefish and fine accommodations. The following dates represent available space at Abaco Lodge between now and Christmas.
Contact Dylan at 800.552.2729 to book your trip to Abaco Lodge
Oct 10 – 15: 6 anglers
Oct 16 – 24: 4 anglers
Oct 17 – 22: 6 anglers
Oct 20 – 24: 12 anglers
Oct 24 – 28: 4 anglers
Oct 28 – Nov 3: 4 anglers
Nov 8 – 12: 6 anglers
Nov 11 – 16: 2 anglers
Nov 16 – 22: 4 anglers
Nov 18 – 24: 8 anglers
Dec 8 – 15: 8 anglers
Rates: Please call for current rates
Included: Accommodations (single) and meals, local alcohol, ground transfer to/from airport, guided fishing or instructors and fishing bait.
Not Included: Airfare, tackle rental, 10% Bahamian Lodging tax, 12% Resort service fee, staff and guide gratuities.