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Bahamas: Bonefishing (and just relaxing) on Andros Island

November 14, 2011|By Mary Forgione | Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
  • Bonefishing in the shallows of the Bahamas.
Bonefishing in the shallows of the Bahamas. (Frontiers Travel )

Andros Island in the Bahamas offers a kick-back experience with year-round bonefishing in the tropical shallow waters of the Caribbean.

Frontiers Travel takes anglers on four-day trips to a lodge at Kamalame Cay with a discount of $815 a person for February departures. Relax at the lodge and go fly-fishing with a guide to find dorado, wahoo, king mackerel, tuna, grouper and marlin.

Date: Trips leave year-round, but February trips are discounted.

Price: $2,955 a person (with discount), double occupancy. It includes four days of fishing with a guide and five nights at the lodge as well as use of snorkeling equpment and sea kayaks. Airfare is not included.

Info: Frontiers Travel, (800) 245-1950

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