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Fly Fish Guanaja Lodge

Comfortable Guest Lodge Rooms & Cabins
Primarily Bonefish and Permit, with Possible Shots at Jacks, Triggerfish, Tarpon, Snapper & Barracuda
Ideal For
Solo Anglers, Couples & Friends
Exploring Guanaja’s South Cayes For Bonefish & Permit
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The Fly Fish Guanaja Lodge is perfectly situated in the small village of Mangrove Bight on Guanaja’s northwest coast. The lodge features five cabanas that can accommodate up to 10 anglers. Each cabana has air conditioning, a bathroom, a mini fridge, and two full-size beds. The main lodge has an open-air bar and dining area that overlooks the main street leading into town. Out front of the lodge is a small marina with a large two-level deck area with hammocks, and is a great place to enjoy the sunset or a few last casts at the end of the fishing day. Fly Fish Guanaja has had a tremendous impact on the communities of Guanaja, and that sense of family is felt throughout the lodge. Guanaja itself is one of the prettiest islands in the Caribbean, offering a range of non-angling activities to take advantage of including snorkeling, beach hopping, and hiking.
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Lodging Details
The Fly Fish Guanaja Lodge is located on a private island off the north coast of the Honduras mainland in the middle of prime flats. A small, intimate operation, the Lodge will only accommodate a maximum of eight anglers per week. The Main Lodge is a comfortable house with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The interior is custom mahogany and the beds are new and comfortable. The Lodge also features a guest cabin with two more bedrooms and a bathroom. The main deck of the Lodge is expansive, lined with hammocks, and overlooks the flats where bonefish and permit feed in the shallow waters. At times, you can cast from the deck to tailing fish, or harass your friends as they attempt to stalk fish on the shallow flats. There are also a number of shaded hammock spots throughout the small island where you can relax during a slack tide, waiting for the water to shift and the tails to show up. There is a large white sand beach on the key that feeds into a bonefish hole. With a group of four to six anglers, you will have the cay to yourselves.

Food and Beverages
The Lodge chefs have been trained by several culinary professionals flown in from the United States and the food served at the Lodge is the best in Guanaja. Using local delights such as lobster, shrimp, fresh fish, vegetables, and fruit, the chefs put together a fantastic and diverse menu. Local rum, beer, tequila, wine, and sodas are also included and provided in the all-inclusive cost of the package.

Typical Length of Stay
A standard package is seven (7) nights / six (6) fishing days (Saturday to Saturday.) Partial week packages are available with some restrictions. Please call Yellow Dog for details.

Non-Angling Activities and Options
For non-anglers, the Bay Islands offer a multitude of activities and attractions. Roatán, Guanaja, and Utila are rated among the world’s top dive destinations and are the perfect place for beginners or experienced divers and snorkelers. Other activities include sea kayaking, hiking, birding, island tours, jungle trips to the mainland, classes on local cooking, and more. There are several small settlements on Guanaja that can be explored and the main island offers trails and hiking opportunities, jungle waterfalls, and more. Even if you don’t dive, plan on at least snorkeling. Snorkeling in Guanaja is safe and you can swim along vibrant coral reefs for miles. There is extra snorkel gear at the Lodge, but it’s a good idea to bring at least a mask custom fit for you.

Internet / Communications
Wi-Fi is offered at the Lodge. Some cell phone providers may offer service on Guanaja. Check with your phone service provider before departing on your trip.

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