Salina Point Angling Adventures- Bahamas

Nicolas Trochine Bahamas, Bonefish, Deals, Saltwater

Located in the settlement of Salina Point on Acklins Island in the Bahamas. Far from the hustle and bustle of the touristy mainstream Bahamas, Acklins is located 239 miles southeast of Nassau and only 70 miles east of Cuba. This remote, beautiful, and relatively untouched island is considered one of the “Out Islands” of the Bahamas and is known to only the most adventurous and well-traveled anglers.

Bonefish and Bluewater Package

Semi-DIY Bonefish and Bluewater Angling

Location: Salina Point, Acklins Island, Bahamas
Fishing: Bonefish, Inshore, and Bluewater Species 
Fishing Time: 6 Days of Fishing 

Fishing Season: December – June
Peak Season: January – April

Occupancy: Four Anglers per Week
(Price Based on Double Occupancy)
Includes Accommodation and Meals

Normal price per Week: $3,400 per Angler.

*** Special Offer for 2019 Only! ***?

$2,400 per Angler – Special Price for May / June 2019 Only!!!

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The primary attraction here are bonefish, which are plentiful and more than willing to take a fly. Combined with the lack of angling pressure and hundreds of miles of flats and creeks make it a true bonefish paradise!

Bonefishing on Acklins is done by walking and wading the flats without the need for a guide or flats boat, which makes it a perfect fishery for Do-It-Yourself anglers. Additional inshore species include the occasional encounter with permit or tarpon as well as numerous opportunities for barracuda, triggerfish, and mangrove snapper.

Bluewater fishing is another major attraction on Acklins. This includes trolling for wahoo, blackfin and yellowfin tuna, jack crevalle, barracuda, mahi-mahi, mackerel and shark as well as deep-dropping for various snapper species, triggerfish and other assorted bottom fish.

This is the true Bahamian Outback, the tropical equivalent of the Alaskan Bush. The tourism infrastructure on Acklins Island is essentially non-existent. The 120 square mile island is home to only 400 permanent residents. Make no mistake, this is not a fancy five-star luxury lodge but rather a very comfortable base camp for exploring one of the most remote parts of the Bahamas.

You’ll have everything you need for a world-class adventure: comfortable accommodations, access to a vehicle for transportation around the island, use of our 26? Panga with a 250hp Yamaha motor, fuel, a competent boat driver / bluewater guide, excellent local Island Style cuisine, housekeeping, airport transfer and access to our array of bluewater tackle. 

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