Some of the best Turks and Caicos Bonefishing can be found on the flats of Bottle Creek on North Caicos. Whether guided fishing for bonefish on the ankle deep flats or you prefer to try some self-guided fishing, there is easy access to the crystal clear water and hard wading bottom of Bottle Creek. The vast expanse of water ranging from mangroves to channels and small estuaries is largely unfished and bonefish are easily stalked. There are very few places in the world that you have a realistic chance at catching double-digit bonefish fly-fishing, but it happens on a regular basis on the prisine flats of the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The productive flats are only minutes from embarking on the boat so you don’t waste a lot of time running around the shallow banks to get to water that consistently hold fish. This has the dual benefit of significantly lower fuel costs and so a less expensive bonefishing experience as well as more time out on the water actually fishing !
The bonefish tend to be mid-size fish of up to a few pounds when commuting the flats in schools . Larger bonefish can be found in singles and pairs cruising the flats and willing to take a fly. The bonefish have likely never seen a Crazy Charlie or a bonefish jig and so do not hestitate to investigate and can be quite aggressive especially when in pairs/threes and feeding.