Andros Island is home to world-class bonefishing and Kamalame is fortunate to be able to offer two distinct fisheries. There is abundant water with excellent bonefishing right on the backside of the Cay as well as in the nearby creeks and flats stretching all the way to Majestic Point. 

Andros is renowned for having the largest bonefish in the Bahamas. Fish averaging a solid 4 pounds to many in the 9-plus pound class are encountered while even larger bones work the edges of the flats. There is an honest opportunity to see and (hopefully!) catch bonefish weighing in the double digit category -- a thrill for any fisherman.
Bone Fishing
Seasoned guides using Maverick flats skiffs with poling platforms will meet anglers each day either at the Cay to fish the local waters. Full or half-day guided trips are available. Both experienced and novice fishermen are encouraged to enjoy our expansive flats and the challenge of stalking the elusive bonefish.  

If you favour a more relaxed pace or if you just can’t stop fishing at the end of the day, wander on your own and wade Davis Creek’s sweeping flat just a short distance from the backdoor of your villa.  

Kamalame has 3 bone-fish skiffs/guides (BF1-3) We do have the ability to book independent guides if necessary, however, this must be confirmed with Rylan Bowleg PRIOR to accepting any booking over and above the 3 boats we have.

We do not guarantee any specific guide names from our in-house guides, but preferences will be noted and we will do our best to meet them. The exception is for repeat guests only.

Bone-fishing per boat/day, max 2 people:  
Full Day Local $500
Half Day Local $450

Off-shore Fishing
32ft Regulator or equivalent  
Half Day $900            
Full Day $1,500

Reef Fishing & Spear Fishing
24ft Pathfinder or equivalent  
Half Day $450            
Full Day $750