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05-02-2004 12:55 PM
CraigWC Juro, thanks very much for the information.
05-02-2004 12:51 PM
juro Nice map here:

http://www.gracebayrealty.com/GenImg/MapTCI.pdf

Also, you might give Capt. Gil Berke a call. He's sponsored us in the past and a good guy with first hand experience in Turks/Caicos. Phone # listed on his webpage = 508-435-7147

Aerials are very handy. A recent trip to Exuma DIY was greatly enhanced by aerials I studied online and snapped from the short-hop plane from Nassau.

Looks like fun:

http://www.bonefishing.tc/

Good luck!
05-02-2004 12:09 PM
CraigWC
Provo, Turks & Caicos

Considering trip with the wife to Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, in June. Seen some interesting information about Harbour Club Villas on Flamingo "Lake", which is supposedly a "self-guided fishery" for bones. Anyone been there? I might hire a guide a day or two for flats around island, but I really enjoy finding and catching bones on my own, so Flamingo Lake is a draw. Will have inflatable kayak, so not limited to strictly wading. Any information on this destination would be appreciated. (Eats, beaches, recommended flies, etc.)(P.S. Though bones are great, I'll go after anything that swims, so info on "alternative" fish welcome.)

Thanks

Craig

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