When we say our accommodations at Andros South are comfortable but casual, this is what we mean.
All photos by Brian O’Keefe
Alaska | The Bahamas | British Columbia | Chile
But there’s also something to be said for the simple beauty of blue skies and palm trees.
These are our lodge grounds at BC West.
We’re tucked into the woods about a quarter mile from Cut Bank, a sweetheart of a run on the Lower Dean River.
That’s our clubhouse on the right, which provides both indoor and outdoor venues for relaxing and telling lies stories about the day’s fishing.
It’s well-kept, comfortable and quiet, and we like it a lot.
This is our dining room at Andros South.
It’s really clean and very comfortable, we think. Fishing pictures hang on the walls, and there are bonefish on our curtains and our table cloth – we really like fishing, after all.
We serve a lot of great food here – fresh crawfish, beef ribs, mahi mahi, grouper, conch salad…not to mention the desserts. The table seats 12 – that’s our max. The ladies in the kitchen are super friendly, the bar is open, and the beach is a stone’s throw away.
Yeah, those are paper napkins in the water glasses. The food is served family style. Some folks even like throwing on the hot sauce that sits in the middle of the table. If you’re looking for old Bordeaux served in fine crystal…sorry, that’s not our style.
Our bonefishing is as good as it gets, anywhere, period.
We’re really proud of our program at Andros South, and if all this sounds good to you, you should drop us a line.