Bonefish love our flats and so will you!
Kamalame Cay is reached by flying Continental Airlines from Ft. Lauderdale to Andros Town, or by flying into Nassau and chartering a floatplane to the dock or a wheel based plane to Andros Town. From Andros Town it is a short drive to the resort. You will find your stay at Kamalame a wonderful relaxed setting and accompanied by fine cuisine and very attentive service. Spring and fall is the best time of year to visit if you plan to fish.
Andros is legendary, especially for Bonefish. Anglers have taken double digit monsters on this island, but it is the availability of so many fish in the 4-8 pound class that drives flats lovers to Andros. Guides use their 16 foot Maverick skiffs with four stroke motors to get you to the flats and then pole or wade to stalk the fish. While there are some very productive flats heading both north and south along the coast, it is the Joulters Cays that is the most productive area. While it is a solid hour away, it is well worth the run, and those who like to wade will love it. It should be noted that you do not have to be an expert angler nor do you have to be a fly rodder, as the guides will use whatever method is most productive.
This upscale resort is situated on 96 acres along the Atlantic, and offers first class accommodations and terrific fishing that is very attractive to both anglers and non-anglers. Kamalame has a variety of rooms, suites and villas that are beautifully decorated in tropical Indonesian designs. You won’t find any condos or malls here, just you and your companion on three miles of white sand beaches against turquoise waters.
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