Stafford Creek Lodge
Private and secluded North Andros lodge for Bonefish, Tarpon, and Permit fishing.
Located just 200 yards up Stafford Creek from the main north/south road, Prescott and Samantha's Stafford Creek Lodge is a magical place. Pine and natural palm trees line the banks at the lodge providing an idyllic setting. Come and discover a new world of Bonefish, Tarpon, and Permit. You will explore fishing wilderness from the northern Joulters Cays to the numerous creek systems, inland lakes, and west coast of Andros. Discover tarpon right off the lodge's pier. Fishing days start early, allowing valuable fishing hours on the flats. Enjoy the comfort and performance of top of the line MAVERICK Mirage skiffs.
Stafford Creek Lodge is a family run lodge; offering specialized personal attention to all its clients. The small team of staff are part of a big family at Stafford Creek Lodge, Prescott the owner of Stafford Creek Lodge, is one of your guides, together with a team of three other guides. The cottages are very spacious, with one of a kind Andros pine hand made furnishings. All rooms have A/C, ceiling fans, rod holders, wading boots drying racks, 2 queen size beds, a spacious bathroom, refrigerator, and a private deck overlooking the magnificent view of Stafford Creek. In the early mornings you can watch the dolphins swimming up the creek to feed, and relaxing evenings can include fishing from the lodge's private dock, or talking fishing stories under the cabana while relaxing in the beautifully torch lit scenic setting of the lodge grounds.
The Lodge's exceptional chef can meet all your taste buds needs! From fresh conch fritters to welcome you home from the days fishing, to sampling the finest seafood dishes, caught freshly from local waters.
Located just 200 yards up Stafford Creek on North Andros Island.
How To Get There
There are scheduled flights from Nassau to Andros Town and charter options can be provided from Miami, Fort Lauderdale or Nassau.
Stafford Creek Lodge is primarily a Fly Fishing Destination. We do not normally cater to non-anglers, due to the fact that we are a small resort, with competitive space for serious anglers. For the non-angling companions in a party, or for those who wish to fish a few days, and then follow another activity while other in their party continue to fish, listed below are some of the diversions we can offer:
- Nature Walks - The grounds of Stafford Creek Lodge provide an ideal setting for nature walks for the nature lovers and adventures. Tour leads past rare orchards, bromeliads, and once-forgotten medicine plants. Our grounds are safe, peaceful and beautiful.
- Birding – Andros hardwood forests, mangroves and pinelands are habitat to some 120 species of birds, both Caribbean species and North American migratory birds. The grounds here at Stafford Creek Lodge provide an ideal setting for bird watching. Guests can take self-guided tours accompanied by a staff member. For Far Field Station located next door to the lodge also offers bird tours.
- Blue holes – Here on Andros, we have a verity of blue holes, a must see is Uncle Charlie’s Blue Hole located in San Andros, a large inland fathomless pool, explored by Jacques Cousteau’s research expeditions. Numerous blue holes can be seen also, on the boat whist fishing
- Wild dolphin sighting - A small pod of wild dolphin can frequently be seen from our lodge dock, enjoying their natural habitat of Stafford Creek. Sighting of one or more of these dolphins are common almost every day. A dolphins birth was seen from the lodge dock last year.
- Beaching – Beautiful deserted white sand beaches stretch for miles. Beach picnic can be arranged.
- Taxi Tours – Taxi tours can also be arranged. Guests can take taxi tours visiting local historic sites and settlements, e.g. Morgan’s Bluff is said to be the site of treasure hidden by the infamous 17th century pirate, Sir Henry Morgan. Several stalagmite and stalactite studded limestone caves are worth a visit. Not to mention Red Bays – a remote, historic village on the west coast of Andros, is home to the descendants of Seminoles who fled the United States in 1820. Red Bays has earned a reputation for its skillful basket weaving.
- Diving/Snorkeling –The creek here at the lodge is an ideal place for snorkeling. For Far Field Station, located next-door to the lodge offers scuba diving and snorkeling with equipment rental. Trips can be arranged through the lodge.
- Local straw work & crafts for sale - Within walking distance from the lodge, is a stall selling crafts , clothing and straw work form the Bahamas. Ideal for souvenirs
All package rates include fishing, lodging, meals, soft drinks and coffee (stocked refrigerators and coffee makers in rooms), laundry, and Bahamanian taxes.
Taxi transfers to and from airport, drinks, and gratuities.
Call or Email Montana Fly Goods for information, current rates and availability.