Long Island Bonefishing Lodge is ideally located at the water’s edge overlooking the picturesque flats of Deadman’s Cay. It was formerly a restaurant and bar (before it closed in 2009 and reopened as a lodge in 2012). Designed and built to meet the needs of the traveling fisherman, they offer assisted 'Do It Yourself (DIY)' bonefishing, and you can experience bonefishing here like nowhere else.
Accommodations consist of two duplex-style cottages, with each side comfortably furnished for two fishermen. Each room has two queen-size beds, closet space, and one bathroom. There's also an open kitchen and bar area for guests that would prefer to prepare their catch of the day or have personal meals chef up. Each cottage also has a deck overlooking the water, with ample room to store all your gear. The main building has an open concept, to highlight the combination of the main dining area, bar and lounge. Off the lounge is a gorgeous deck, perched over the water, where a beer at the end of the day tastes just that much better.