The lodge consists of 7 double rooms with a capacity of 12 anglers. All of the rooms offer air conditioning and a private bathroom. Wireless Internet will keep you connected back home. Phone service is available and there is great cell coverage throughout the island. There is also a large flat-screen TV for catching all the games. The bright, charming lodge welcomes guests with spectacular waterfront views. Enjoy a cold Kalik by the pool, or gather around the fire pit where under a setting sun the day’s fishing stories enter into island lore.
The lodge’s main bar is stocked with spirits, cold beer, soft drinks, plenty of ice, and mixers for cocktails. We also have an on-site fly shop where you can purchase everything from flies, leaders, tippets, and lodge logo wear. Fly-tying equipment is also available.
- Capacity: 8 rods.
- Accommodations: 7 Doubles with 2 king/queen size beds. All have air conditioning and private bathrooms.
- Pool Area: Kick back with a drink in your hand to enjoy the view.
- Main Lodge: Dining room, sitting room, bar, and fully equipped fly-tying table.
- Telephone and Wifi Available
- Meals: Beautifully prepared Bahamian specialties concentrating on magnificent fresh seafood.
- Full Daily Maid Service and Laundry Services are available.
- Fly Shop: is fully equipped with flies, rods, reels, lines, selected items of flats wear, and local crafts.
- Non-Fishing Activities include snorkeling, kayaking, diving, and golf.
- Lunches: Picnic lunches and cold drinks are taken to the flats in a YETI cooler.
Food and Drink
Food in the Bahamas is the magical encounter between the treasures of the sea, history, culture, and its people. We pride ourselves on serving delicious fresh local produce, specializing in fresh fish (Mahi, Tuna, Grouper, and Hog Snapper), conch, and lobster. We carefully stock our larder with fine-quality foods from the US and Nassau.
Every day begins with a full breakfast featuring a variety of cereals, as well as fresh fruits. Eggs will be cooked to your preference, with bacon, sausages, and grits. Hot cereals are also available to order. Our chef bakes bread, pastries, and cookies daily. Our coffee is made from freshly ground beans.
A daily lunch menu card allows you to choose the next day’s lunch and the contents of the boat coolers. After you return from fishing, you will find cold beers, spirits, and a blender for cocktails, as well as stacks of soft drinks. A wide range of local spirits will be available free of charge at the lodge.
Delicious appetizers are served before dinner on the veranda, so you can sample local specialties such as cracked conch, grouper fingers, and conch salad. Dinner starts with appetizers such as homemade soups or conch ceviche. Our culinary emphasis is on mixing local dishes with light fresh recipes such as snapper with mango salsa, and some barbecued fish. Desserts will vary from chocolate decadence to key lime parfaits.
House wines such as Malbec from Argentina, Chilean Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon will be served with dinner. We can happily cater to special dietary needs. We have an open bar policy at the lodge and a great selection but if you have a preferred brand of liquor or wine, please be sure to let us know in advance so we can have it ready upon your arrival. Otherwise, you can bring your own bottle.
When you complete your pre-trip questionnaire please mention any requirements or food allergies you might have, so we can inform the chef. Salads are offered in our cooler lunches for those on low-carbohydrate diets. The lodge has a good supply of drinking water from our reverse osmosis system. You will find water in your bedroom and your boat, and you can drink tap water. In our arid climate, conservation is always appreciated.