This page gives a short overview of Andros South and our 3 day trips. There’s much more information about all these topics available on our web site – but this page and the links at the bottom are a great place to start.
Andros South is a world-class bonefishing lodge on South Andros Island in the Bahamas.
Our 3-day trips include 4 nights of lodging and 3 full days of bonefishing. These trips cost $2410 per person – there’s more on our pricing below. South Andros Island is easily accessible in 1 day, with many flight options into Nassau, Bahamas and two flights per day between Nassau and South Andros.
South Andros Fishery
The fishery on South Andros is huge, varied and productive. We fish 4 parts of the island – tidal creeks on the East Side, hundreds of small keys off the southern tip of the island, the West Side which is known for large fish, and inland ponds and creeks in the middle of the island.
Some areas tend to hold large groups of fish while others are home to larger fish in smaller groups – novice and expert anglers alike have a great time on the flats of South Andros. We have lots of opportunities for both wading and poling, depending on your preferences and conditions.
Our focus at Andros South is on providing the best fishing experience possible – an incredible fishery, great guides and excellent service – in an environment that we describe as ‘comfortable but casual’. We are not a ‘luxury lodge’. The location is beautiful, the rooms are clean and comfortable and the food is great. The overall feel is relaxing and certainly not formal.
We offer trips of any length, from $1725 for 3 nights at 2 days of fishing to $4375 for 7 nights and 6 days of fishing.
Our pricing is structured a little differently (we think more straightforward) than others out there – it’s pretty much all-inclusive. Our prices include transfers to and from the airport, single-occupancy lodging (you get your own room), guided fishing with 2 anglers per boat, food, all drinks including beer wine and liquor, loaner gear, and flies. Your only additional costs during the trip are travel to the island and gratuities for the staff.
Our season runs from October through the beginning of June.
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