Andros South is a bonefishing lodge located on South Andros Island in the Bahamas.
- Huge, varied fishery for bonefish providing opportunities for classic flats wading, inland wading and poling
- Unique combination of numbers and size of bonefish
- Ample opportunities for other species including barracuda, jacks and snapper with occasional opportunities
for permit and tarpon
- Best-in-industry guides, lodge staff, service level and camaraderie
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- Inland wading program is a unique way to wade for several hours or more, and cast to fish that are
inaccessible by boat
- Guests fish in pairs with a guide. 16 foot flats skiffs are used for transportation and as fishing platforms.
Fishing combines wading and poling, depending on guest preferences and fishing conditions.
- Andros South is not fly-only. Some guests use spinning gear as well, either to target bonefish in windy
conditions or to pursue ‘other species’ near deep channels, blue holes and reefs.
- Andros South is located on the beach in the small settlement of Kemp’s Bay on South Andros Island.
- Lodging is single-occupancy—one angler per room, with group leaders occasionally sharing double-occupancy
rooms. Guest rooms are split between a lodge building (9 rooms) and a small cabana (2 rooms).
- A separate building contains the dining room and kitchen.
- A small tiki hut on the beach provides a great spot for an evening cocktail.
- All buildings are air-conditioned and cleaned daily.
- Guests fly to Fort Lauderdale via a variety of commercial carriers. Lynx Air International provides scheduled
service from Fort Lauderdale direct to Congo Town, South Andros, twice weekly. Additional connection
options are available through Nassau, Bahamas.