We think of bonefish as kind of like trouts’ salty cousins. Why? Because they’re plentiful and tend to be a little more angler friendly than other flats fish that can be elusive and finicky.
When we think of trophy bonefish, we think of the Bahamas, and when we think of affordable trophy bone fishing, we think about Two Boys Inn in Andros.
Boasting “bare bones budget bonefishing at its best,” they clearly know alliteration and Hobo Fly Fishing’s clientele.
Make no mistake, “bare bones” doesn’t apply to the quality of fishing at Andros, and trust us, the fish don’t care how much you paid for your trip.
Two Boys Inn accommodates up to eight anglers in four air-conditioned rooms featuring two queen beds and a private bath. Meals are served “family style” in the dining room and bar where guests, guides and locals gather over ice-cold Kaliks and conch fritters to trade tales of angling adventures.