Andros Island Bonefishing Club (AIBC)
At a Glance
- outdoor deck and bar idyllic for fishing stories
- prime location on Cargill Creek
- not much for nonanglers other than relaxing water-side
- basic accommodations
Andros Island Bonefishing Club (AIBC) Review
If you're a hard-core bonefisher, AIBC is the place for you—guests have access to 100 square miles of lightly fished flats, including wadable (at low tide) flats right out front. The 29-acre waterfront property is laced with palm trees, well-tended gardens and lawns, and even some ruins from the island's sisal plantation era of the 1800s. Rooms are basic but comfortable, mainly with double beds, mini-refrigerators, ceiling fans, and air conditioning. The dining room–lounges have satellite TV and fly-tying tables. Meals are hearty, with Bahamian fare such as fresh grilled seafood and peas 'n' rice served up family style. Package rates include room, meals, alcoholic drinks (as of 2014), Wi-Fi, guided fishing, and laundry service.