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Mangrove Cay Club
Mangrove Cay, The Bahamas

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The Fishing
Andros Island, the largest of The Bahama Islands, is actually several islands of which there are three main inhabited islands: North Andros, South Andros and Mangrove Cay. Mangrove Cay is in between North Andros and South Andros and is surrounded by the waters of the Bights, wide and meandering waterways that bisect Andros from east to west. The Bights, known as the North, Middle and South Bight are themselves dotted with countless uninhabited cays and islets with shallow shores.

One huge flat on the West Side of Andros Island “The Land of the Giants” has incredible numbers of very large fish can be found here on a consistent basis.
Mangrove Cay Club is located on the north shore of Mangrove Cay which is the southshore of the Middle Bight. The lodge is tucked just inside the Bight far enough from the windward east side of the island to provide us with sheltered access to the flats and estuaries of our fishery.

We chose this location to give us water access to mile after mile of prime bonefish water without ever having to trailer a boat to a launch point or take a rough boat ride in the open ocean. We have access to all of the waters of the Bights, the eastern flats and the remote and legendary West Side.

It is widely known that bonefish follow the tides, using them to feed in shallow water. Tides on Andros behave in an odd way that works to our advantage. When the tide is low and rising on the east side, it is high and falling on the west side and vice versa. This gives our guides the advantage of being able to move through the Bights all day, never leaving you sitting on a shoreline waiting for the tide to “be right”.

There is no tide or moon phase that cannot be successfully fished at Mangrove Cay Club.


Species
Wahoo
Wahoo
Tuna
Tuna
Yellowfin tuna
Yellowfin tuna
Shark
Shark
Red snapper
Red snapper
Bonefish
Bonefish
Tarpon
Tarpon
Permit
Permit
Snapper
Snapper
Jack
Jack
Barracuda
Barracuda
Other fish
Other fish

Methods
Fly fishing
Fly fishing
Game fishing
Game fishing
Salt water fishing
Salt water fishing
Spinning
Spinning

Seasons
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Dec

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price per person per day
$770
Languages
English
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2 Reviews
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SC
21 May 2018

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We have been there regular visitors .I have been fly fishing for bonefish in the Bahamas for 30 years. This includes a visit to the Mangrove Cay Club about 10 years ago. My wife and I decided to pa... Read more

M.D
15 May 2018

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A place you love calls you again and again .I have been to the Mangrove Cay Club twice. Both times the stay was out of this world. Alton and Liz Bain are the owners of this small fishing resort and... Read more

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