Flyfish for Bonefish or take a Deep Sea Charter, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas
Flyfishing Green Turtle Cay
Bonefish are not pressured by fly fishermen, they are extremely smart. And they did not get this big by being dumb. Permit upwards of 30 lbs, frequent this area, frustrating most fishermen with a fly rod. They will occasionally cruise the shore line within casting distance. Most times you will be quietly stalking this fish a little further out on the flat. If you are lucky enough to fool one, hold on, Permits are a strong and extremely hard fighting fish. Barracuda in varying sizes and quantities are seen regularly in these waters. Tarponare also found here during the warmer months.
Our pristine water on the flats attracts schools of bonefish in incredible numbers and sizes.
Bonefishing is Unique in Abaco
Professional guides with years of experience will take you to prime fishing flats, there are many miles of bonefish flats barely fished by fishermen. Bonefish are in incredible numbers and attractive sizes. Our pristine waters clarity comes from lack of pollution. A consistent climate for fishing is practically all year round.
Bonefishing in the Bahamas is enjoyed year-around, Green Turtle Cay in Abaco is a prime destination for any angler. Professional organizers of fishing vacations like to send clients in what we call our winter months, but the fact is that bonefish are here all year long. As with any other country certain weather changes may influence the day of fishing; wind, tides, water temperatures etc. Just about any day is a good bonefishing day. On average during the months of November thru March the larger resident bonefish are on the flats but in smaller schools with as little as ten and up to a hundred per school, average weight per school ranges in size of nine to fifteen pounds with the occasional sixteen to eighteen pounders. Starting in April the larger bonefish schools in average of two hundred fish weighing between five to eight pounds are making their way back on the flats. There is also the occasional Permit that can weigh in excess of fifteen pounds. All of which can be caught on a fly.