It’s Time To Book Bonefishing At Abaco Lodge

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Stalking permit. Photo by Louis Cahill

Stalking permit. Photo by Louis Cahill

Bonefish dates are selling out quickly

Abaco is a unique and diverse fishery. This trip to Abaco Lodge is always a blast and I look forward to it all year. Whether it’s poling the Marls, hunting big bones on the ocean side or casting to huge permit, or just sipping cocktails by the pool, Abaco always offers something special. It’s great fishing in a great location and the perfect trip to bring a spouse, even if they don’t fish.

Price for the March 7th – 12th (5/4) is $ 5,200.00 + $ 195.00 vat tax

DSCF0463If you’re looking for the absolute best Bahamas experience available, you’ve found it. I can honestly say that Abaco lodge is the best fishing lodge I’ve ever visited. On every count it exceeds expectations. The facility itself is ridiculously nice. Huge single occupancy rooms with big plush beds and fine linens. Luxurious baths with every amenity. Doors that open onto decks overlooking the water. A beautiful pool and fire pit, large covered communal deck with a superb bar. 

The whole place shines like a new penny, including the sweet new Mavric skiffs.  Best of all, it offers access to the most diverse and productive fisheries in the Bahamas. Anglers can expect great numbers of bonefish as well as quality shots at permit and tarpon. Abaco offers a legitimate chance at the grand slam.


All lodging is single occupancy and the amenities are on par with any luxury hotel. Fabulous meals and a well stocked bar are included. The lodge has it’s own fly shop and a selection of fine cigars. The skiffs can be easily trailered to any part of the island, eliminating long painful boat rides. It’s an amazing 4-day, 5-night trip.

Travel to Abaco is easy, with some major airlines offering direct flights to Marsh Harbor from the US, and the lodge only 10 minutes from the airport. Half days of fishing are possible on arrival and departure days, if your flight schedule allows.

I hope you will be able to join me and the other fans of Gink and Gasoline on this amazing trip. Don’t hesitate to email me if you’d like more detailed information about any aspect of the hosted trip program. I’m happy to help in any way. If you’re not sure how hosted trips work, follow this link to learn all of the details.

Drop me a line at to reserve you spot.

Louis Cahill
Gink & Gasoline
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One thought on “It’s Time To Book Bonefishing At Abaco Lodge

  1. We’d be happy to promote the Abaco trip. Your story teased and linked.

    We’ll need a quote. Something about why this time of year, or what species is more of an opportunity this time of year. Too, you could just add what you like.

    Real short – one or two sentences.

    Add pic of self.

    Glad to help.


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