The Bahamas need those of us who travel more than ever before. Hurricane Dorian’s devastation has wreaked havoc on Grand Bahama and Andros and herculean efforts continue to help those affected recover and rebuild their lives. How can we help? Simple really; book a trip back to Bahamas – the lodges, the lodge teams and their families need visitors to return and stimulate the economy. H2O Bonefishing are up and running and offering the travelling fishing community a fantastic fishing package to encourage anglers back out onto the flats and in doing so, support the local community.

Free night / free fishing day from 2nd November – 15th January 2020

The offer is for a free night and a free fishing day for all packages of 3 nights and 2 days fishing- or longer. For example, two anglers wanting a 5 night 4 pay package will be charged only for a 4 night / 3 fishing day package. The minimum package purchase is a 3 night / 2 fishing day package (will be provided as a 4 night /3 day fishing package).

This also applies for single angler rates ie a free night and fishing day. Added to that, all non-fishing partners of a single anger can accompany them for free.H20 Bonefishing, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Aardvark McLeod, bonefish, fishing in Bahamas,

Booking Information

The lodge is located in the town of Freeport in Grand Bahama. Grand Bahama Island has some of the most expansive flats in the Northern Bahamas with shallow flats extending 25 miles to the west and more than sixty miles to the east of the island. As well as exceptional flats fishing for a mix of species you can also head offshore to target dorado, yellowfin, skip jack and blackfin tuna on fly fishing tackle.

Location: H20 Bonefishing 
Saltwater: Blue water, Flats skiff, Flats wading, Inshore fishing
Country: Bahamas
Capacity: 8 per week
Season: Early December to Early December

For more information on H20 Bonefishing or a detailed quote and itinerary please do not hesitate to contact us or call +44(0)1980 847389. H20 Bonefishing, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Aardvark McLeod, bonefish, fishing in Bahamas,