NOVEMBER 29 - DECEMBER 6 2020
Andros is the largest and the least populated of the 700 islands and cays that make up the Bahama Archipelago. Not only is it incredibly large and sparsely populated, but the highly protected marine ecosystem of the West Side National Park takes up over half of the island's territory.
This vast and wild national treasure of the Bahamas covers over 1.5 million acres - over half the size of Yellowstone National Park - and produces some of the most consistent and exciting Bonefishing found anywhere. From those looking to get into their first Bonefish, to seasoned anglers focusing on hunting big fish, Andros has got you covered. There are also plenty of Barracuda, Jacks, and the occasional Atlantic Tarpon to be had.
For over 10 years Old Souls has had the immense pleasure of working, fishing, and just plain old having fun with the Androsian people. Year after year we return to the island to host our groups and find the same smiling & familiar faces greeting us at the lodge, and we are honored to call them our friends.