Andros Island is known as the "Bonefishing Capital of the World". It is the largest island in the Bahamas and also one of the least populated.
Knoll's Landing is also known as the best location on Andros Island for catching bonefish. The expansive surrounding salt-water flats are home to an abundant supply of record-size bonefish.
Knollís Landing is located on the north shore of Andros Island. The salt-water flats of the northerly Joulter Cays are only a 10 to 15 minute trip by shallow-draft boats.
Knoll's Landing takes you away from it all and puts you within a fly cast of some of the best bonefishing in the world. There are few places in the angling world where you can routinely expect to land trophy-sized bonefish. Bonefish that exceed 10 pounds commonly test anglerís skills in the surrounding areas of Andros Island.
With your Head Fishing Guide Rodney Miller, better known as the "Andros Angler" he is one of the most experienced guides on the island and personally oversees all operations here at Knoll' Landing. For years, Capt. Miller has specialized in catering to fly-fishermen from around the world.
If the stellar bonefishing doesnít excite you enough, less than a mile to the east is a deep channel called the "Tongue of the Ocean," which drops from shallow water to thousands of feet deep. From this channel, huge barracuda work their way onto the flats. It is not uncommon to see Ďcudas of four feet or longer in water less than a foot deep, where they will readily take a well-placed fly or lure. While staying at Knoll's Landing anglers fish from a well-equipped 17' Silver King Flats Boat. You can also stalk the endless expanse of wade-able flats on foot. Wade fishing can be found directly in front of your accommodation , making it possible to fish on arrival and departure days or after daily guide hours for those who canít seem to get enough.
Diane Knoll, Owner/Operator
Knoll's Landing Bonefishing and Family Hide-Away
Pleasant Harbor, Andros Island, Bahamas
Country Code (242) 329-2039