The Finest Fishing Experience
Catch Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon in the Joulter Cays of North Andros, Bahamas
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.
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)
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.