We still get questions about the viability of Grand Bahama and Abaco Islands as far as who’s up and operational post-Hurricane Dorian. The short answer is all of our lodges, except for Abaco Lodge and Deep Water Cay, are open for business. Both properties are now closed indefinitely.
North Riding Point Club on Grand Bahama recently reopened its doors, and H2O Bonefishing in Freeport has been business as usual since November. The fishing on both Islands in the wake of Dorian has been exceptionally good.
Commercial air service is slowly but surely coming back to Freeport and Marsh Harbour. American Airlines is due to resume flights to both airports on February 13. Bahamas Air and Silver Airways are currently operating between the US and the Bahamas.
If you’re entertaining a cold-weather escape, there’s still some availability left at all the lodges we have relationships with.
For instance, The Delphi Club on Abaco Island has some prime availability in May and June. The latter month falls under their off-peak promotional period, and guests are eligible for a $100 per person per night discount. The early summer fishing off of Abaco can be spectacular with light breezes, abundant sunshine and no shortage of well-rested bonefish! And if for any reason you can’t get out fishing during your Delphi stay, you don’t have to pay for it. The Club only charges for what fishing you do.
Have a peek at Joe Codd’s recent blog post from December and his post-Dorian experience at the Delphi Club Abaco Island. It may just convince you that the time is right for some fun in the sun.
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Specializes in saltwater fishing and big game hunting.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in Bahamas and Christmas Island fishing, and United States wingshooting programs.