It is almost that wonderful time of year when Andros South opens up for the season. As we speak the boat motors are getting tuned up while the refrigerators are being filled with Kaliks. Spring is our most popular part of the season but talk to any of our savvy lodge vets and they will tell you that fall and winter are the most underrated time of year. The fish haven’t been casted at in months and colder water has the big bones patrolling the flats while the smaller “schoolies” are out in deeper water. In anticipation of our season opening, we wanted to share with you a Round Up of our favorite early season Bonefishing posts.
We know that it is the middle of summer but one of our Andros South guests, Barry Abbott, has us thinking about the salty flats today. He sent us this photo of a trophy bonefish that his boat partner Barry Read got with Torrie last November.
October, November, and December are the most underrated months to fish South Andros. These are the months where we see our largest Bones of the year. The colder water brings the big boys up onto the flats and odds are, they haven’t seen a fly in weeks. Besides, winter in the Bahamas sounds much better than winter just about any place else. Want more information on our early season Bonefishing and discounted trip rates? Reach out here!
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