The Bahamas and Andros are often referred to as the 'Bonefishing Capital' of the world.
Kamalame Cay Resort can offer two distinct fisheries. There is an abundant amount of water with excellent bonefishing right on the back of the Cay. In addition, there are also nearby creeks and flats that stretch out to Majestic Point offering excellent wading and sight-fishing opportunities.
You can either fish with one of the experienced guides based out of the lodge using the Maverick flats skiffs for either a full day or half day and if you cannot stop fishing or prefer a more relaxed approach you can walk to Davis Creek flats just off the back of the island to wade and fish on your own.
The Bonefish in this region are renowned for being the largest in the Bahamas with an average size of four pounds in weight. However fish up to nine pounds are encountered regularly and there is a genuine opportunity of making contact within a larger fish into double figures that work the shoreline. 'Catch and Release' is the practice at the resort and the use of barbless hooks is encouraged.
As a complete contrast to the bonefishing, the resort also offers big game fishing. About a hundred yards off the coast of Kamalame Cay Resort, there is the world's third largest barrier reef. The deep waters are alive with a variety of marine predators and sport fish. Using the islands 24ft Centre console Pathfinder sports boat, anglers can book either a full or half day trip and can target Blue Marlin, Dorado, Wahoo, King Mackerel, Tuna, Barracuda, Grouper and Shark, depending on the season.
A typical day on the water starts around 8:00am and finishes at 5:00pm but this can vary to suit conditions and your preferences.
As per all Fly Odyssey bookings, we will provide a comprehensive and detailed pre-trip fly fishing guide and advise of travel requirements prior to your departure.