On our recent journey to Salinas Lodge the water shuttle dropped us right in the lap of some of the most untouched bonefish territory you'll ever see. Much of this population was completely un-jaded and responsive whether tailing, screaming across a flat, or scrumming along the eel grass. There are also double digit singles if you can pull yourself away from the entertainment from average sized bones which has proven to be difficult from anyone I've ever been with out there. These big fish are always willing to provide much challenge if you get bored with the 3-6 pound fish.
Originally Posted by acklinsboy
You are right in your thinking about the drop off etc. Some would wish to stay 12 hours on the flat, lunch is carried. Other prefer to return by lunch time, we accommodate all wishes! There are risks involved, however, they are all manageable. Acklins is a remote area, thus, our guests need be ablebodied/selfsufficient at least until pick up, since at some point you are out of cell phone range. Weather should not create emergencies, we have forecast and in the bight of Acklins we can get people home even in high wind condition if we have too.
Additionally, we have others who prefer guided services, we can do that too.
Water shuttles, removes long hikes!