North Riding Point Club accommodates 14 anglers in 5 cottage rooms and a 2-bedroom house. The Club’s location is a stunningly beautiful and remote 3-mile long beach known as Burnside Cove. From here, it is an easy commute to miles of pristine flats with bonefish above average in numbers and in size. Hells Bay Boatworks™ flats boats are trailered each day from the club to one of 5 launching points on the Island. Each landing affords access to either the prolific Little Bahama Bank to the north, or to the white sand flats on the South. The Club is located just 25 minutes from Freeport.
The productive north side flats extend 50 miles and at least that far southeast to Abaco Island. There are hundreds of square miles of fishable flats in this wilderness ideal for bonefish. Bones in the 4-6-lb. range are common, 7-8 pounders quite common and double-digit bones not uncommon.
The club is situated on 6 acres with 400 feet of spectacular beach frontage. Accommodations include 5 guest rooms and the 2-bedroom Founders’ Cottage all with Wi-Fi. Rooms are spacious, and bright with 2 comfortable queen beds. Each cottage room has a full bathroom, large closets and a wall safe.
As a general rule, 8-wt. outfits rigged with a floating saltwater line will be all that is necessary. A complete gear list will be sent upon trip confirmation. Frontiers can provide expert advice on finding the right gear for your trip. Rental gear is available at the lodge for an additional fee.
Fly commercially to Freeport (FPO) via several U.S. gateways where a lodge representative will greet you. The lodge is just a 25-minute auto transfer from the airport. There are no set arrival or departure days. Flying via private charter out of Ft. Lauderdale can often provide you with additional fishing time. Please call us for a quote.
You must possess a passport valid for 6 months after the last day of your trip. No visa is required for U.S. citizens.
Non-fishing activities include snorkeling, diving, kayaking, eco-tours, golf, tennis and horseback riding on the beach.
Double Occupancy/Shared Boat per person rates: 3N/2D $2,690; 4N/3D $3,550; 5N/4D $4,550; 6N/5D $5,200; 7N/6D $5,750 Single Occupancy Room/Solo Boat per person package rates: 3N/2D $4,100; 4N/3D $5,560; 5N/4D $6,750; 6N/5D $7,550; 7N/6D $8,500 Rates include room, meals, fishing and alcohol.
Specializes in saltwater fishing and big game hunting.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in Bahamas and Christmas Island fishing, and United States wingshooting programs.
Hurricane Irma’s track to the south and west of most of the Bahamas was a blessing this time around. The common theme in post-Irma reports from the lodges Frontiers represents is that there are debris to be picked up and landscaping work to be done, but no major impacts otherwise. All are scheduled to reopen on schedule this fall.
Here’s what each lodge has reported to us: