Bonefish Paradise

The islands of the Bahamas comprise a 100,000 square mile archipelago that covers more than 500 miles of the clearest, most pristine water in the world. This is an area that is home to some of the finest bonefish habitat on the planet, and the gigantic network of unspoiled flats found throughout the Bahamian islands are the country’s main angling attraction. The species that inhabit the flats include the “Caribbean Big Three” — bonefish, tarpon, and permit — as well as barracuda, sharks, mutton snapper, mangrove snapper and jack crevalle. With a diverse species list like this - having the proper flies and gear are essential to success and will make your trip that much more enjoyable and memorable.