Bonefishing in the Bahamas

March 7, 2013 by Haley Leave a reply »

This time last year, the Live Water Team was gearing up for bonefishing in the Bahamas…one can always dream we are back on the islands, right?

The MV Bonefish is an 82-foot luxury catamaran that plies the waters of the Berry Islands, Chub Cay, Moore’s Island, Red Shank, Whale Cay, Little Abaco and a host of other lightly visited cays to the north and west. If you long to fish in places where established fishing lodges are the exception rather than the rule, the comfort and exclusivity of the MV Bonefish might be the ticket. During our visit, we had the pleasure to spend time with our friends at Frontiers Travel. We experienced epic bonefishing as we all landed numerous fish over five pounds including several double-digit fish that were weighed and released.

This is an ideal trip for groups of 4 to 6 anglers, comfortable in every way,¬†fairly¬†accessible, and certain to become a repeat destination for those that are willing to take that inaugural plunge. One thing is for sure, it isn’t roughing it as the comfort level meets or exceeds most land-based operations. What a fun, relaxing way to spend a week!

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