Andros South guide, Josie Sands, plays chicken with a hefty South Andros barracuda. Our buddy, Logan Lewis, does the heavy lifting.
Nice fish, Logan!
Presenting the fly with the wind blowing hard onto your casting shoulder (blowing onto your right side for right handed casters, or left side for left handed casters) is arguably the most difficult cast in fly fishing. With each subsequent false c … [Continue reading]
For the 2015 season, Sage introduced their newest line of premium saltwater rods called the SALT. We've spent a lot of time with the 890-4 model (that's a 9 foot, 8 weight) here at Andros South, we really like it, and today we're going to tell you w … [Continue reading]
In light of the Thanksgiving holiday, this past week our staff at Andros South sponsored a benefit cookout to raise money for two great causes - hurricane relief for our friends still recovering from hurricane Joaquin, and the South Andros High … [Continue reading]
Deneki guest, Charlie Loudermilk, recently joined us at Andros South for our 2015 bonefish school. During his stay he landed this beauty.. Not a bad day in the classroom. Nice work, Charlie! More on Bonefishing Land Your Fly Close to Big … [Continue reading]
Last week, Stuart Foxall shared with us a nifty fly tying trick for gauging the proper length of stinger loops when tying trailer-hook style flies for steelhead and salmon. Today he continues the topic with step by step instructions on how he … [Continue reading]
It's generally accepted that when fly fishing for bonefish, a standard 8-weight rod is the most versatile weapon of choice. Under most conditions, an 8-weight offers the best of both worlds - the back bone to turn over clunky flies in windy … [Continue reading]
We might be hiding out in the Bahamas, but that doesn't mean our hats aren't off to all of you out there planning to get after it this winter. Winter will be here before you know it, and while it might not fit the description of perfect fishing … [Continue reading]