Located in Freeport, Grand Bahama, H2O is an easy program to reach from the U.S.; Guests fly to FPO and can often fish by noon. H2O’s reputation is for big bones and a budding permit fishery along with seasonal shots at tarpon. Beginners enjoy the larger schools of more forgiving, smaller bonefish. Terrific offshore flyfishing for dorado and tuna are seasonal options. H2O also appeals to the non-angler with direct access to SCUBA diving, snorkeling, beaches, pool, casinos and shopping. H2O Bonefishing will be closed July 6 - September 19, 2019.
Bones average 4-5 lbs. and regular shots at 7-8 lb. fish are the main attraction. The club best is 14.5 lbs! Permit are seen spring to early fall, and tarpon and mutton snapper from May-September. 17’ flats skiffs are equipped with 85-HP outboards, VHF radio, cell phone, safety kits, and leaning bar
The Pelican Bay Hotel offers 2 room types. Standard waterside rooms are 640 sq. ft.; suites, known as state rooms, are 750 sq. ft. with a separate living area. Each boast spectacular views from private balconies, complimentary coffee and espresso machines, Wi-Fi, cable TV and refrigerators.
A 7-9 wt. outfit for bonefish and a 9-10 wt. for permit and tarpon, all with tropical saltwater. floating lines are suggested. A full gear list will be sent upon confirmation. Frontiers can provide expert advice on finding the right gear for your trip. Rental fly/spin gear is available.
Freeport (FPO) is a short 50-minute flight from Miami. Most of the major US airlines fly daily to FPO and private charter flights are easily arranged. There are no set arrival or departure days. The hotel is a 15-minute taxi ride from the airport. A minimum of 2 days fishing is required. A passport that is valid for 6 months after the last day of your trip is required. If your passport expires before then, please renew it right away. No visa is required for U.S. citizens. Residents of other countries should contact their Bahamas consulate.
Waterside Room (based on double occupancy):
3N/2D - $1,495
4N/3D - $2,249
5N/4D - $2,988
6N/5D - $3,599
7N/6D - $4,195
VAT tax included in rates.
Single supplement and suite rooms offered upon request. Contact Frontiers for more details.
We still get questions about the viability of Grand Bahama and Abaco Islands as far as who’s up and operational post-Hurricane Dorian. The short answer is all of our lodges, except for Abaco Lodge and Deep Water Cay, are open for business. Both properties are now closed indefinitely.
North Riding Point Club on Grand Bahama recently reopened its doors, and Read more
A little over two weeks ago Hurricane Dorian ravaged the upper half of Abaco Island and the majority of Grand Bahama Island as a category five hurricane. The destruction left in its wake is extensive and unimaginable. The lives of Bahamians spared in its path are forever altered, and they will need any help we can provide now and for months and likely years to follow. If you’ve not yet donated to a relief effort and would like to make a ...
The devastation on Grand Bahama and Abaco is extensive, and the Bahamian lodges, staff, and guides need our help desperately and immediately. There are a number of ways to give. Frontiers recommends donating to the Hurricane Dorian Relief and Recovery Fund initiated by Bonefish & Tarpon Trust and the Bahamas National Trust. They have established a fund to benefit fishing guides, lodge staff and ...
Our thoughts are with our fishing friends in the Bahamas who are dealing with the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. As you know from the news, the damage to Abaco and Grand Bahama is extremely significant, and we are waiting for more accurate, up-to-date reports from the lodges we represent. Restoration and recovery will need generous support from all of us who love the flats. A number of clients have already contacted us about making ...
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