"I've fished at many lodges around the world but Mount Pleasant is hard to top – if you're looking to combine great hospitality, a stunning location and red-hot fishing (both guided and DIY) at an incredible price, I can't think of anywhere better. The fishing starts right outside your front door, and the nearby White Bight is THE spot – huge schools of bones, most of them big, multiple shots every day and a true sense of wilderness fishing.
The lodge itself is a great home from home, and Stacey is a superb host (not to mention knockout chef). Wherever I am, whatever I'm doing, I'm usually thinking about when I can next get back to Mount Pleasant…"
-Rory Batho, London
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Mount Pleasant Fishing Lodge is on White Bight, along the eastern coast of Andros, Bahamas. Andros is located 150 miles SE of Miami, Florida. It's the largest of the 700 Bahamian islands; remains the least populated. It's 104 miles long and forty miles wide at its widest point. It has more fishable flats than any other island in the Caribbean and has long been known for its sheer numbers and size of bonefish. Some say the next world record bone is swimming around Andros. The people here are friendly and welcoming. Andros is home to the second largest reef chain in the world which stretches the entire length of the island creating endless diving and deep sea fishing options. The Island is very undeveloped with no large resorts and no tall buildings. The island setting is laid back and casual. There is Bahamian currency, but no need to exchange since the US dollar is equal to the same amount and accepted everywhere on the island.
Mt. Pleasant is a family owned and operated lodge that has been in business since 2001. The property has been in the Farrington family for 100 years. The property is located at the end of a 1 mile driveway. It is a peaceful and secluded setting with four cottages and a main lodge dining building. The setting is white sand with plenty of trees creating shade for hammock or...