Photo: Christmas Island - the Villages

Bonefish Fly Fishing Trips

Lodges and Liveaboards

Bahamas, Belize, Christmas Island, Cuba, and Mexico

Bonefish are an elusive species, extremely strong, very fast, wary, the combination of hunting and fishing at the same time. Bonefishing involves casting skill. A good guide will substantially increase your catch rates.

Bahamas - Andros Island Bonefishing

Bahamas Bonefishing

Only a one-hour flight from Miami, Andros Island is the largest island in the Bahamas chain, yet it remains the least populated. Andros is considered the ultimate sightfishing area for bonefish. The premier fishing Lodge is only 100-yards from a productive, wadeable flat.

Belize - Belize River Lodge

Belize River Bonefishing

Belize River Lodge is open year-round and is only three miles from the mouth of the Belize River and the Caribbean Sea. Great flats fishing is a short, easy run. Sightcasting the flats is their specialty with variety--bonefish, tarpon, permit, snook, and more.

Belize - El Pescador Lodge

Belize Bonefishing

Orvis-Endorsed International destination of the year. You'll find 400 miles of prolific saltwater flats on the island at El Pescador Lodge on Ambergris Caye. The Lodge is one of the best in the world for a Caribbean Grand Slam—landing a bonefish, permit, and tarpon on the same day.

Belize - Turneffe Flats Lodge

Turneffe Flats Bonefishing

Thirty miles off the coast of Belize, Turneffe Flats Lodge is located on the Turneffe Atoll, the largest and most diverse coral atoll in the Caribbean. Bonefish miles of crystal clear, wadeable flats. Diving and fishing Combo packages available.

Christmas Island - The Villages

Christmas Island Bonefishing

Christmas Island, a remote tropical island in the Central Pacific, is only a three-hour flight from Honolulu. The island is world-famous for its vast numbers of bonefish and giant trevally. Both fly and conventional anglers are welcome.
See our 2023 and 2024 Hosted Weeks.

Cuba-Cayo Largo - Liveaboard

Cayo Largo Liveaboard

Cayo Largo is a small island belonging to Cuba, in the Caribbean Sea, and is no more than 16-miles long and 1.9-miles wide. Fly fishing only. The 110-foot Liveaboard yacht will fish the same areas of Cayo Largo as the hotel-based program; however, there may be more flexibility to stay out in Zone 5 and 6 a bit longer.

Cuba - Isla de la Juventud Liveaboard

The JAF1 Liveaboard

Aboard The JAF1, Avalon's 110-foot liveaboard yacht, you’ll explore the most remote areas of the Canarreos Archipelago. The world-famous chain of islands runs 80 miles from the Isle of Youth to Cayo Largo. Fly fishing only with peak fishing from March through July.

Cuba - Jardines de la Reina Liveaboards

Jardines bonefishing

Jardines de la Reina, Spanish for Gardens of the Queen, is a vast protected marine park. Cuban Fishing Centers operates four liveaboards, fly Fishing only. The pristine chain of islands is very similar to the Florida Keys. The undisturbed flats run on for miles and miles.

Mexico - Grand Slam Fly Fishing Lodge

Grandslam bonefishing

Ascension Bay is world-renowned for its seemingly endless saltwater flats. The best flats fishing is a 20 to 35-minute boat ride from the Lodge. Target elusive permit and bonefish, plus tarpon for a chance at a Grand Slam. The private, beachfront Lodge is open year-round.

Mexico - Scorpion Atoll Liveaboard

Scorpion Atoll

Scorpion Atoll, the largest reef in the Southern Gulf of Mexico, lies 70 miles off the northern coast of Yucatan, Mexico. The atoll has five islands and the best bonefishing that our agent Brad Staples has experienced. The liveaboard is a 65' Hatteras sedan bridge.

The Importance of Polarized Sunglasses

Guy Schoenborn with Polarized Sunglasses

Many of our lodges require that you wear sunglasses to protect your eyes. In this article, you'll find several tips on why wearing high-quality Polarized Sunglasses is so important.

Fishing Travel Experts

Guy Schoenborn

1-800-205-3474 ext. 1

MT Office:  406-322-5709


Brad Staples

1-800-205-3474 ext. 3

Cell (503) 250-0558