Andros Island Bonefishing Club

Located approximately 150 miles southeast of Miami, Andros Island is the largest island in the Bahamas chain, yet it remains the least populated.  Andros Island Bonefishing Club (AIBC) is located a mere 100 yards from a productive, wadeable flat where bonefish are frequently spotted tailing in the nearby waters.

Andros Island Bonefishing

Andros Island Bonefish Club Fishing

Sightcast these world-famous flats for trophy-sized bonefish. Here, you'll find some of the best saltwater sports fishing in all the world and more fishable flats than any area of the Caribbean. These waters are renowned for incomparable sheer numbers of bonefish - in large schools averaging 3-5 pounds. Trophy-sized bonefish exceeding 10-pounds regularly test anglers' skills. The occasional and elusive permit and the resident tarpon found cruising the deeper creeks on the west side attract many serious anglers to the Club. Barracuda are also available and can be found on the flats most of the year. Jacks, snappers, and sharks are often encountered on the flats while you're stalking bonefish, permit, or tarpon. Having a rod rigged and ready to cast will greatly increase your chances of hooking these fish.
Fish from 16' to 18' Dolphin Super Skiffs, complete with poling platforms, 90 to 140 h.p. Yamaha motors and a spacious casting deck. The boats are roomy, fast and comfortable.

Andros Island Fishing Seasons:

Andros Island Bonefish Club

Andros offers good conditions year-round for fishing.
October through mid-July remains the popular months to book fishing trips to The Bahamas. Year-round, anglers can stalk shark, barracuda, and snapper.
Late winter - January and February are the best months for big bonefish. It is possible to catch tuna and wahoo. There are lots of barracuda on the flats.
Spring - March and April is peak bonefish season.
Early summer - May and June: Bonefish, tarpon, and barracuda are plentiful. Winds are calmer and afternoon rain showers are possible.
Late summer and fall - July, August, and September: Morning fishing is best for bonefish. Flats heat up quickly. This is a great time for landing high numbers of tarpon on the west side of Andros. This time of year has the calmest winds, except for the possibility of tropical storms.
Late fall and early winter - October, November, and December:  All bights of Andros are very good at this time for bonefish. Permit sightings are not uncommon during this time of the year. Residential tarpon are available on the west side of the island.

Andros Island Bonefish Club

andros island bonefish club trophy fishing

This world-famous bonefishing club was built on a 250-acre sisal plantation at the mouth of a 27-mile long freshwater stream. It's just over an hour's flight from Miami. The Andros Island Bonefish Club stretches over a quarter of a mile, and outside every room, there is a great view of the ocean. All twelve air-conditioned rooms are comfortable and spacious with private bath. Hearty homemade meals feature fresh local seafood. The main lounge has satellite TV, a well-stocked bar, and a well-stocked fly-tying bench.

Getting Here:

There are direct flights to Nassau from many major cities in the U.S.
From Nassau, it is about a 15-minute flight to Andros Island. It is serviced by LeAir. You may need a hotel night if you cannot fly into Nassau in time to take the flight on LeAir that leaves at about 3:00 p.m. This hotel night is not included in the package. the Lodge will have a taxi and a friendly driver waiting for you at the Andros Island Airport. The drive to the Lodge is about 25 minutes and is included in the package.

Brad Staples' Recap:

"I very much enjoyed my time at Andros Island Bonefish Club. Everyone was really nice, and the fishing was good. During our week-long stay at Andros Island, the fish were very aggressive and really good size. This is a great destination for easy travel from the states. Andros is a family-run operation, and they work hard at making sure that everyone is having a good time."
- Brad Staples

2019 Rates:

3-nights and 2-days fishing
$1,452.00 p.p.
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
$1,995.00 per person
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing
$2,531.00 per person
6-nights and 5-days guided fishing
$3,068.00 per person
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing
$3,610.00 per person
8-nights and 7-days guided fishing
$4,147.00 per person

Rates are per person, double occupancy unless otherwise listed.

Packages include:

Roundtrip ground transfers from the airport to the Lodge, all accommodations and meals at the Lodge, guided fishing, in-room internet access, bottled water, laundry service, and government room tax.

Packages do not include:

Airfare, airport departure taxes, one-night hotel, if needed; alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, gratuities, fishing license, V.A.T. of 7.5% on all miscellaneous items (excluding tips), and anything not mentioned under inclusions. There is also a fuel surcharge per boat for trips to the West Coast of Andros.

Call 1-800-205-3474 for more Information:

Request Andros Island Bonefish info packet.  

Andros Island photos

Trophy-sized bonefish

Andros Island Bonefish Club

Archie Adams with Andros bonefish

Andros Island Bonefish Club

Tarpon fishing - photo credit: James McVay

Andros Island Bonefish Club

Spacious,  comfortable skiffs

World-class trophy bonefish

Bonefish average 3-to 5-pounds

World class Bahamas bonefish

Red flamingos - photo credit: James McVay

Andros Island dining room

Dining room at Andros Island Lodge

Andros Island dining room

Air-conditioned four-plex units

Andros Island lodging

Assorted beverage options

Andros Island bonefish club

Free Wi-fi at the Lodge

Andros Island bonefish club