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Grand Bahama Bones

Fishing the Bahamas flats out of the North Riding Point Club

November 9, 2011
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The author prepares to release a nice bonefish caught off Grand Bahama Island. John Brownlee
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The North Riding Point Club sits on six lushly landscaped acres on the southern shore of Grand Bahama. John Brownlee
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The Club has several luxurious cottages right on the beach for guests. John Brownlee
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Boat ramps spread out across Grand Bahama offer a variety of access points. John Brownlee
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A fleet of Dolphin flats skiffs let you get to remote bonefish flats with ease. John Brownlee
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Guide Stephen Tate leans into his push pole while scouting for bonefish. John Brownlee
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On Grand Bahama’s southern shore, miles of white sand flats hold large schools of bonefish. John Brownlee
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On the northern shore, there are miles of mangrove islands and creeks teeming with life, with virtually no pressure. John Brownlee
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Gerry Bethge shows off a nice bonefish caught along the northern shore. John Brownlee
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The North Riding Point Club as seen from the water. John Brownlee
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