Casuarina Point is a bone fisherman’s paradise! You can walk the beach and the flats to fish – or take the skiff to fish behind Duck Cay or near Cherokee Sound. Click HERE for a useful guide for bone fishing in Casuarina Point that one of our guests has graciously shared with us. And check out this GREAT video (with drone footage) of bone fishing at Casuarina Point. It was created by one of our Kokomo guests in May 2018:
Another nice photo of Fishing the Flats at Casuarina Point!
Fishing Tip from a recent guest: “Walk the beach at low tide and find where the channel dips are in front of Calypso (and all along the Casuarina Point beach), because these channels are ‘mini highways’ for bonefish. Bait gets trapped in these passages, and when the tide rolls in bonefish feed on the bait.”
These pictures below are under ‘FUN Fishing’, too – but I just had to add them here. A recent guest of Abaco Palms posted these pictures on his blog – fishing from a Paddle Board on the Casuarina Point beach! In the first picture you see Duck Cay in the background, and in the second you see the edge of Kokomo in the background. He caught this bone fish from a paddle board right in front of Abaco Palms! Very impressive!
A past guest at Kokomo tells about his fishing experience at Casuarina Point here: The Fly Fishing Forum. You might find it interesting.
You might enjoy this article about the Abaco bonefish tagging and tracking program by the Bone Fish and Tarpon Trust and aided by the Bahamas National Trust and the Abaco Fly Fishing Guides Association. It has some GREAT pictures of bone fish and Abaco you will enjoy, too. This Is Fly