Experience A Slice of Paradise
June 14, 2012 The average temperatures in June, July, August and September in Andros is 87 degrees.  The fishing starts early in the day seeking bonefish on the flats in the morning hours, as the sun rises our guides shift gears and it's time to hunt for the Tarpon and Permit.  You will explore some of the outer reaches of the flats from the Joulter's Cays to the Western Interior of Andros.  You will have shots at the GRAND SLAM of Fly Fishing during the summer months fishing with Stafford Creek Lodge..... Find out more in NEWS    

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The Bahamas Sportsfishing & Conservation Association (BSCA) is dedicated to the preservation of marine and coastal systems in the Caribbean, the protection of the sport fish in this remarkable fishery, and the sustainability of economic benefits the sportfishing industry provides to the Bahamian people.
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What our Guests Say

  • ~ R T Cardwell, Atlanta

    "Andros is one of the best places I’ve ever gone to flyfish for saltwater fish.  The flats and the West Side were phenomenal! 10lb plus bonefish.  The food is the best I’ve ever eaten at a lodge, Chef Stacy Smith is on par or better than the Four Seasons.  The accommodations were great.  Clean and Spacious. Prescott Smith is an exceptional Guide and Instructor.  I learned a lot from him and have improved on the number of fish that I can catch."

  • ~ G Groat, Georgetown, SC

    "“Stafford Creek Lodge is the finest and most professionally run lodge in the Bahamas.  The commitment to excellence is apparent in the comfort of the accommodations, the daily lodge operation, the abilities of their chef, and the great skill and dedication of the guides.  Prescott Smith, with able assistance from the staff and guides, have created the ultimate fly fishing destination.”"

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