Mangrove Cay Club

Mangrove Cay Club, Bahamas

Mangrove Cay Club is located in the middle of the Andros fishery, the largest area of bonefish habitat in the world. Mangrove Cay offers unrivalled access to the North, Middle and South Bights, the eastern flats and the West Side of Andros from the comfort of one of the most luxurious lodges in the world.

Type of fishing

Mangrove Cay Club is located on the north shore of Mangrove Cay, which is the south shore of the Middle Bight. Bonefish are the main target species, although there are sometimes permit and tarpon to be found in these waters.  The lodge is tucked just inside the Bight far enough from the windward east side of the island to provide sheltered access to the flats and estuaries of the fishery.

Andros bonefish are plentiful and average 3 to 5lb with regular appearances of fish from 6 to 10lb and several 11, 12 and 13lb fish are landed every season. Daily recorded statistics prove that the waters just minutes away from the lodge are equally productive in both size and numbers. In fact, some of the largest fish have been taken within sight of the Mangrove Cay Club just across the Bight around Big Wood Cay and Moxey Creek. The Bights and West Side of Andros have soft bottoms and are best fished from the bow of the skiff. Wading is done on hard, sandy-bottomed flats, which are all located on the eastern shores and the south west of Andros. The area is so vast there is no need for guides to be assigned to certain areas to fish.

The guides are capable of coaching beginning saltwater anglers or hunting trophy bonefish with experienced fly fishers. They are full-time professional guides who will make sure your days on the water are fun, safe, and educational.