What we have here is a failure to communicate. True story......The fisherman is on deck, fly in hand and more line stripped out than he can cast. The guide yells, "11 O'Clock, 45 feet!" The fisherman reels up, hooks his fly on a rod guide, and sits down. He heard, "It's 11:45, let's eat!"
Wutsdat ting'um Mon?
If you've been here before you know that when tide is down it can be a long bubble through through the Mars Bay channel. And on occasion you may have had to hop out of the boat and walk over the high spots. The channel needed dredged twenty years ago. The project began in mid March and should be finished by late December. Full throttle in and out, any time, any day!!
As of January 9, 2017 a Flats Fishing License is now required. The rate is $15/day, $20/week, and $60/year. A license will be available for purchase at the lodge on arrival.
The lodge is in the best shape it's ever been in...all new AC's, beds, furniture, paint. Things nobody will notice. Same guides, same house staff, same menu...fish, lobster, conch, steaks, and lamb rack.
Steve Goble caught this 10 poundish fish January 11, 2017 under very harsh conditions; cloudy skies, ripping wind, and muddy waters. Well done!!
Bahamas Bonefishing has never been better. The largest bone fish in years have been caught at Mars Bay Bonefish Lodge this season...several 10lbs+, usually around the big moons. Of course, most are just fish stories without the pic. Mark Wolf landed the 12ish fish pictured left and Erik Anderson's fish is a solid 10lbs on the right.
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