A mere 150 miles from Miami lies one of the most extensive saltwater habitats in existence.  Andros is often referred to as the "Bonefishing Capital of the World." Anglers need only look at a map of Andros to understand why this destination commands so much respect.  This largest island of the Bahamas is sparsely settled along its eastern side. Much of Andros is a maze of serpentine creeks, channels, and flats populated by uncountable numbers of bonefish ranging in size from three to six pound average up to monsters in the double digits.


Additionally, vast sections of the west side and the south end of this island are remote and little explored. Although traditionally known for bonefish, Andros is enjoying an increasing reputation for tarpon action. Permit frequent the north and northwest sections of Andros.

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