Feb 17, 2013

H20 Bonefishing at Pelican Bay Offers Affordable, World Class Fishing

Big Bones
For those of you looking for a reasonably priced, saltwater adventure this year, H20 Bonefishing Lodge on Grand Bahama offers incredible fishing packages in one of the finest locales around. From March – May, giant bonefish along with numerous other species are the prime target on the flats. June and July fishing entails some truly diverse programs that give anglers the ability to fish the flats but also indulge in what they like to call “Adventure Fishing” (distant, more unchartered territory), as well as offshore fly opportunities. H20 has a highly skilled guide staff, nice boats, comfortable accommodations and great food. Another nice detail about H20’s location, is the fact that it can be reached from nearly everywhere in the lower 48 in one day, as flights into Freeport continue into the evening. I think this is a very approachable trip to make happen both logistically, and monetarily. And it is a trip that offers a wide range of angling opportunities to suit ones interest. You can see the breakdown on packages below.

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March, April, May (Prime Flats Fishing)
Rate - $2675
5 nights and 4 days flats fishing, based on 2 anglers sharing room and guide. Dinner is not included, but there is a choice of 20 area restaurants and bars.


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Super summer Combo package (June and July) - 5 nights and 4 days guided fly fishing, with 2 anglers sharing room and guide.

JUNE
Rate - $2975 per angler
5 nights accommodation
2 days remote flats fishing (Have the flats to yourself !! )
1 day No boundaries adventure fishing
1 day offshore fly fishing

JULY
Same package with the rate of - $2450 per angler

Target species for the fly rod or light tackle :Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Mutton snapper, Triggerfish, Jacks, Shark, Barracuda, Mahi mahi, Grouper, Tuna and more


Permit

Contact me anytime for more details,

Jerry Swanson, Fish Head Expeditions
503-539-1451
jerry@fishheadexpeditions.com

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