Fishing at Indigo Palm


There are two distinct fishing options in the unspoiled ocean waters that surround Kamalame Cay offering some of the most dynamic, world-class fishing in The Bahamas.

Fish the abundant water close by Kamalame on your own or spend a day (or a week) with an experienced guide. From Stainard Creek north to Mastic Point, there’s plenty of water to fish. Andros is well known for its large bonefish and the fish near Kamalame average a solid four pounds with some approaching the 10-plus pound class. We can also arrange day trips to the Joulter Cays off the north end of Andros. The flats here seem to go on forever with enormous schools of bones and plenty of big bruisers hanging out in pairs or as singles. And how about a seaplane ride to meet your bonefish guide? Be the first on remote flats (it’s a 10-minute flight to The Joulers or the westside) and access areas that others can’t reach.

Read About Bonefish and Tides

Even though we think that the best time to go bonefishing is when you and your buddies can make the trip, here’s a link to a reliable tide forecast website to give an idea about what the tides will be doing during specific time periods – Tide Chart. Wind and location impact water levels in addition to tides, so just go fish when you can! Feel free to contact us with any questions about bonefish and tides.

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Offshore Fishing
Just 100 metres from the world’s third largest barrier reef, the deep blue waters off the coast of Kamalame are very much alive with marine life. Fish for dorado, wahoo, king mackerel, snapper, tuna, dolphin (mahi mahi), barracuda, shark and grouper. Full- or half-day trips on 24-foot Pathfinder center console V-hull boats powered by 200hp Yamaha motors are available for reef and light tackle offshore fishing. Guides and captains are skilled in both fly and conventional tackle.