The bonefish is king here and you can cast out on some of the world’s best bonefishing flats, or in a man-made canal helmed out of the rocks, drawing in a variety of small fishes, including bonefish and barracuda. And, this is the only island in The Bahamas known for snook fishing, which is the dream of some fish lovers. The deep seas around Inagua offer phenomenal sport fishing and a multitude of other fish can be found: amberjack, barracuda, blue marlin, broad-bill swordfish, grouper, snapper, tarpon, tuna, wahoo and white marlin. You can choose to go out in search of a specific type of fish or just to have a day on the water and see what grabs your line. For beginners and longtime fly-fishing enthusiasts, expert guides offer fishing excursions that take you to large schools of fish on the flats that surround the island. The guide, boat, lunch and refreshments are provided.