Grand Bahama Bonefishing, Grand Bahama

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This fishing operation opened in the spring of 1999, on the northwest flats around Grand Bahama Island. It is owned by the Pinder brothers who many consider to be the best guides in the Bahamas. This area does not see much angling pressure, so the bonefish remain big and plentiful on these expansive flats.


You will stay at the Grand Lucayan Resort, a beachfront resort that features comfortable ocean-side accommodations, set on Lucayan Beach, Grand Lucayan Bahamas provides accommodations with ocean, island and marina views. It has an outdoor swimming pool, a spa and a golf course. Each spacious, luxurious suite and room at Grand Lucayan Bahamas has Caribbean-style décor. There is a terrace, free Wi-Fi, cable TV and a fridge in each room or suite. It offers many resort activities including golf, snorkeling and diving along with numerous shopping and dining options. Plus, Senses Spa features a sauna, hot tub and a steam room, and treatments include facials, massage and body wraps. There is also tennis and volleyball, jogging track and a gym.


The knowledgeable and experienced guides are ready to fish not only with experienced anglers but also will teach bonefishing skills to those new to the sport. Complementing the exemplary guide service are 16-ft Dolphin Super skiffs with 90-hp motors.

Bonefish averaging 4 to 5 pounds inhabit the expansive area, but anglers often have opportunities to land a 10 pounder or better.

Getting There

You will fly to Grand Bahama Island from Fort Lauderdale. There are commercial flights to Freeport (FPO) from many locations in the U.S.


In addition to terrific fishing, there is: golf, snorkeling and diving, outdoor swimming pool, a spa and a golf course, massage and body wraps, volleyball, jogging track and a gym.

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