Location: A private island southeast of Grand Bahama
Season: Fishing is available at Deep Water Cay all year except during August and September when the lodge is closed.
Capacity: 32 guests, 24 anglers
For those who eat, sleep, and breathe fishing, welcome to the paradise known as the Deep Water Cay Club. Steeped in tradition for over a half century, this is a place where you can live the fishing life to the fullest. In 1958, the dynamic duo of renowned fishing guide Gil Drake and fishing renaissance man and Field and Stream editor A.J. McLane, set out to find the Bahamas' best bonefishing destination. They settled on the perfect private island haven, Deep Water Cay. The Deep Water Cay Club boasts 300 miles of protected flats that have an abundance of bonefish averaging 4-6 pounds. Bones of 10-plus pounds are regularly caught and released. Other species occasionally known to frequent these flats are permit, mutton snapper, barracuda, horse eye jacks and even tarpon. Expert native Bahamian guides know the habits of all these fish and will show them to you in the most professional manner. We invite you to add your name to the impressive roster of anglers who have fished Deep Water for decades.