Eastern Coast of Andros Island, Bahamas

The Bonefishing Capital of the World
Bonefish ~ Tarpon ~ Permit~ Baracuda ~ Jacks ~ Snapper ~ Mahi-Mahi & More

April 4, 2007 to April 11, 2007 -6 full days of fishing.

Mount Pleasant Fishing Lodge located on Andros Island, which is approximately 150 miles east of the Florida Keys. The Island is roughly100 miles long and in places up to 40 miles wide. It consists of a large tracks of flats, creeks, cays, cuts, and mangroves.

You can expect clean and comfortable duplex cottages (two per room) with home cooked meals in a main dining room and a sack lunch. The bedrooms are fully air-conditioned and the living rooms have ceiling fans and large windows to take advantage of the trade winds. Each cottage has a veranda overlooking the flats, small kitchenette and a private bathroom.

$1,400 per person (double occupancy). We do not encourage singles.

The above cost does not include guide fees and gratuities, water craft, airfare to and from Andros Town alcoholic beverages and bar tab, soft drinks, gratuities for the hotel staff, airport departure taxes, and telephone calls

A 50% deposit (per angler) is due at the time of booking. Partial or full refunds are available as follows:

  • 100% if you notify us 90 days prior to departure
  • 50% if your notify us 45 days prior to departure
  • 100% if we can sell your spot to another client 30 days prior to departure

Upon your arrival to Andros Town Airport, a taxi services from the airport to Mount Pleasant Lodge has been arranged.

Mount Pleasant Lodge has telephone and internet service which guests are welcome to use.

Within a three mile radius the lodge has direct access to some ten miles of easily-waded bonefish flats for anglers who want to fish on their own. Access is directly in front of the lodge, a short walk down the beach, or minutes away by car.

We have arranged for one guide with a flats boat to be available during your entire stay. Depending on your interest, arrangements for additional on-call guides can be prearranged. We recommend that you use a guide at least for 2 or 3 days of your stay. With a boat and their expert help you will have many shots at fish and an opportunity to look for different species. If you are new to saltwater fly fishing or a less experienced angler this is a MUST. The additional cost per angler is $400 per day for two.

An access option worth consideration is a sea kayak. The rental cost for your entire stay is only $100. (to be included if we have the specifics)

Diving, snorkeling, bird watching, and beach time are all available

As of 2006, all U.S. citizens are required to have a valid passport that does not expire within 6 months of trips dates. Please be sure that your passport has at least two blank, unstamped pages remaining in back, and that it is not torn, delaminated, or damaged in any way.

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What makes this trip unique? .... after all, there are lots of fishing lodges in this area!

For starters there are very few places that will offer you an opportunity to fish on your own. Second, our leader has fished this area well over 50 times and is intimately familiar with all the angling options and all the local guides. Third, we will make sure you have all the gear, flies, and accessories you will need for a successful trip. Last, this is the best bargain you're going to find for a trip of this type.