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Book your spot today in the Bahamas and set sail on a local fishing adventure.



Steve Dotson

average rating is 5 out of 5, based on 150 votes, Service Rating

good experience


My dad and i really enjoyed he stay at the Rolle's Lodge. We enjoyed the hospitality, fine food and Great Fishing. The camping trip was spectacular and allowed for perfect staging for tarpon fishing.We are looking forward to coming back!.


On one side of Joulter Cay, the sea unfolds like a mesmerizing tapestry of deep blue hues. The richness of the water mirrors the profound tranquility that envelopes this secluded paradise. The clarity of the sea, so intense that it seems to echo the very heartbeat of nature, Contrasting this deep blue serenity is the other side of the cay, where the sea takes on a lighter, more playful shade of blue. Here, the shallower waters reflect the gentle caress of the sun, creating a harmonious dance of colors that stretches as far as the eye can see. Above, the sunny blue sky adds a touch of warmth to the entire tableau, completing a picture-perfect scene that captures the essence of paradise.

Joulter Cay is relatively small in size, covering an area of approximately 2 square miles (5 square kilometers). It is elongated in shape, stretching about 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) in length and half a mile (0.8 kilometers) in width at its widest point.

In terms of location, Joulter Cay is situated off the eastern coast of North Andros Island in the Bahamas. The distance between Joulter Cay and North Andros can vary depending on the specific starting point, as there are several possible departure points along the coast of North Andros. However, as a general reference, Joulter Cay is located roughly 6 to 8 miles (9.7 to 12.9 kilometers) east of the northern tip of North Andros.

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The Finest Fishing Experience

Catch Bone-fish, Permit and Tarpon in the Joulter Cays of North Andros in The  Bahamas.

The Season Begins!

From October through mid July.

Whether you're an experienced angler or a beginner, North Andros Fly Fishing Company has the perfect package for you. Book your trip today and experience the thrill of bone-fishing in the Bahamas with the best in the business

North Andros Fly Fishing Company is a top-rated bone-fishing company in the Bahamas, offering a range of services and packages to suit the needs of every angler. With experienced guides, top-quality equipment, and a wealth of local knowledge, the company provides an unparalleled fishing experience.


A Unique Adventure

Andros Island, known as the “Bonefishing Capitol of the World” lives up to its reputation with more remote, fishable flats than any other island in the Caribbean or West Indies. Conveniently located 150 miles southeast of Miami, Florida, the 100 plus mile long, 40-mile wide mysterious island offers vast, uncrowded flats you can wade and fish for days. While the average bonefish runs five to seven pounds, daily chances to catch the elusive double-digit bones are common. Anglers sight-fish and hunt the ten-plus pounders for the thrill of the powerful fight, both from the boat and wading.

Loved by
Friends & Families

"I have fished with Phillip many times now ... We catch a lot of bonefish ... however, what is most important to me is that I enjoy my fishing and with Phillip I have a ball." Giles P - England

“Philip and Betsy Rolle have, in my life, evolved from guide to life long friends. Their guiding is as good as it gets but their personalities, generosity and professionalism has put them in a class by themselves. The fishing is always good, the flats always beautiful, but it is the laughs and fun that always makes fishing with Philip so memorable.” Brian O'Keefe - Oregon, USA (click for website)


Reel Fishing

To preserve our resources all fish are released. Once you’ve experienced the pulse racing, ripping-line catch of a bonefish, you’ll however be permanently hooked.

We specialize in fishing the famous Joulters’ Cays, 20 miles of a “bonefishermans’ paradise flats”. Your shallow-draft flats boat winds through the deep-water channels and around the small cays that separate the vast variety of flats. The sheer numbers and size of the bonefish inhabitants will excite and challenge you.

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