With 700 diverse islands (and countless smaller cays) within its sprawling archipelago, it’s perhaps no surprise that The Bahamas has become a destination of choice for adventure-loving Canadian travellers. The teeming azure waters of the luxury destination naturally lend themselves to all manner of aquatic excursions, while its forests, beaches, and unique geography sustain just about every type of hiking, biking and sightseeing.
Yet, surging in popularity amongst locals and visitors of late is an excursion many may associate more with the rivers and streams of North America than with any tropical paradise. Fly fishing - the simultaneously relaxing and exciting pastime - has taken off in the tranquil seas and placid flats that comprise so many square miles of The Bahamas, luring expert and newbie anglers in the pursuit of reeling in a bonefish, snapper or tarpon.
“Why fly fishing? Why in The Bahamas?!”, we pretend you ask. The answer is simple: