Joulters Cays and North Andros Island, Bahamas
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Joulters Cays and North Andros Island, Bahamas a field trip guide ; 10th symposium on the geology of the Bahamas by Mark R Boardman

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Published by Bahamian Field Station .
Written in English


  • Andros Island,
  • Bahamas,
  • Congresses,
  • Field work,
  • Geology,
  • Guidebooks

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11504143M
ISBN 100935909680
ISBN 109780935909685

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Joulter Cays are small uninhabited islands to the north of Andros Island in the Bahamas. Oolitic sand dominates the intertidal zone around the small islands that are covered with vegetation. The Joulter Cays were designated as an Important Bird Area for the endangered piping plover and short-billed dowitcher in Archipelago: Lucayan Archipelago. Fish the famous Joulters Cays and flats of North Andros, Bahamas Andros Island, known as the “Bonefishing Capitol of the World” lives up to its reputation with more remote, fishable flats than any other island in the Caribbean or West Indies. Phillip Rolle's North Andros Fly Fishing is an intimate operation, giving 4 - 6 anglers direct access to the famous bonefishing found on the Joulter Cays. The Joulters are a collection of around 50 small islands, spread out over a mile sand bank off the North Shore of Andros Island. Kamalame Cay Resort, situated on the northeast corner of the island, allows access by skiff to many flats that are relatively close to the Resort’s dock, or alternately by trailering the boat to the Joulters Cays or the West Side of Andros. When fishing during a stay at Kamalame, there are numerous options from which to choose.

The guides of North Andros Fly Fishing Lodge know tarpon as well, and love to hunt them on the flats around the creeks and channels on the West Side and throughout the Joulters Cays. North Andros is also one of the most dependable permit areas in the entire Bahamas. Flats bordering deep water are prime permit areas during settled weather. Fishing: What an amazing fishery surrounds North Andros!Covering the entirety of the Joulters Cays, as well as the west side, Phillip Rolle and his guides know these waters intimately. Comprised of hundreds of islands, flats and channels, the water is mostly ankle to knee deep and has hard, white sandy bottoms making it an excellent area for wading. Best Andros Resorts on Tripadvisor: Find traveler reviews, candid photos, and prices for 5 resorts in Andros, Caribbean. All the Bahamian islands boast abundant natural attractions. But Andros—the largest, yet most sparsely developed of all The Bahamas—is king when it comes to exceptional natural surroundings. Here, you’ll find the world’s third-largest fringing barrier reef, mesmerizing blue holes that some say are home to the mythical creature Lusca, the Tongue of the Ocean (a mile-deep abyss.

  This video on the Joulter Cays in Andros details the importance of sport fishing in Andros, and the need for the protection of the cays. The Joulter Cays is . Get this from a library! Joulters Cays and North Andros Island, Bahamas: a field trip guide ; 10th symposium on the geology of the Bahamas. [Mark R Boardman; Cindy Kay Carney]. Come and discover a new world of Bonefish, Tarpon, and Permit fishing. You will explore a vast fishing wilderness from the northern Joulters Cays to the numerous creek systems, inland lakes, and the west coast of Andros. You can even stand on our dock in front of the Lodge and watch the Tarpon feed at . Kamalame Cay on Andros Island in the Bahamas offers a relaxing a luxurious beach getaway on its own private island. It is an ideal location for anglers and non-anglers alike, from exploring miles of pristine flats to relaxing in the only over-water spa in the Bahamas. Kamalame Cay is a 96 acre private island located just off the main Andros Island.