Bonefishing on Providenciales
For those island
visitors wanting to bonefish, our Harbour Club Villa location
overlooking Flamingo Lake can't be beat!
Bonefishing in the Turks and Caicos
Islands is great on the south side of Provo where
you'll find our rental villas. There are endless
bonefishing flats and two lakes within walking distance
of the villas. Self guided fishing
at its' best!
Fishing in front of our villas
is your passion.....if you want to do some self guided bonefishing
Turks and Caicos style, you will want to book into our villas
on the peaceful side of Provo where you can walk out the
door and be fishing in minutes.
If one of
you doesn't fish.......no worries. We can direct you
to spots where both of you will be happy.....our villas
at the centre of everything yet away from it all!
The areas close to Harbour Club Villas
are great for self guided bonefishing. Two lakes,
Flamingo and Turtle Lake, plus a beautiful ocean flat.
Grab your rod and go when you want to go!
Bonefishing packages available:
||Villa for 2 for 1
wk plus 2 half days bonefishing with a local island guide.
||Villa for 2 for 1 wk plus 2 full
days bonefishing with a local island guide.
Janet Till writes...
was a flash of silver and I felt an almost imperceptible
tug on the line. I waited a split second then striped
and struck. The line tightened and ripped through
my fingers. I had it, I really had it! It took nearly
190 feet of line out, then suddenly it stopped. The
line went totally slack.
I saw the fish. It was heading straight for me. I
wound faster. The line tightened, and the fish turned
and ran again. Shorter this time and not as strong.
After 2 more short runs I landed it. It was magnificent.
20 inches long and weighing 4 pounds 5 ounces. My
very first Bonefish. I was ecstatic. Keith duly took
photos of me with a silly grin, holding a stunningly
Pete Benigno writes...
Highly recommend that your guests go out with a guide (Marta will arrange everything). In 2 days I hooked about 15 bones and landed over half of them. I certainly had the opportunity to hook a lot more as well. The average fish was pretty decent size and they were aggressive. We went to several flats and keys and were the only ones around. Pine Key and North Caicos were great. The first fish I caught was by far the largest and was beautiful, about 26in and 8lbs. To remember the trip I had a replica mount made of this fish and the fly that I caught him on is in the replica's mouth.
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Ocean flat just down the road from our villas