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Bonefishing Turks and Caicos

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Hey everyone,

 

Wondering if anyone has a recommendation on a guide to use for bonefish in Turks. I’m headed there in late March, and any advice you may have would be really appreciated.

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Will Vallely.  Great guide, respects the resource, really knows his stuff.  I had a great day with him in 2017 and can’t wait to get back.

 

Like everything on T&C, it’s not inexpensive.  I think six-packs at the supermarket were $18, but the islands are really away from the rest of the world...

 

Enjoy!

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if you are going to Providenciales, there are DIY options around. get a map and rent a car. turtle lake,flamingo lake and surrounding areas are all good candidates. be adventureous looking for that little dirt road that takes you to a graet spot.

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Get a guide. A buddy of mine just spent a week there. He fished a lot. Caught one small bone. He had a blast and the place was gorgeous. The fishing ....well not so much.

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I know Will Vallely and he is one fishy dude, highly recommended. Check out his social media @bonefishunlimited

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5 hours ago, Vt coast said:

if you are going to Providenciales, there are DIY options around. get a map and rent a car. turtle lake,flamingo lake and surrounding areas are all good candidates. be adventureous looking for that little dirt road that takes you to a graet spot.

Dirt road will take you past flamingo lake and to the end is Turtle Tail, really nice DIY flat thats has bones other areas i did not explore but would check out is cooper jack

the dirt road is Venetian you can see a map here

 

http://www.wherewhenhow.com/images/turks-caicos-islands/maps/providenciales-provo-map-2015.pdf

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your rental car will likely be a Pastel colored Diatsu with 13" wheels, at least mine was but was ok on the dirt road, remember they drive on the left lane like England

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42 mins ago, Mike Oliver said:

The link suggests that theft from cars is an issue. Is that true.

We didn’t have an issue, it’s a thirds world country is what it is, lock the doors and don’t leave stuff in the open

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But by no means did I feel worried, we went to turtle tail my wife and I, we were the only ones there until a guide showed up with a client 

 

gorgeous flats

pic below not mine, you can almost walk to those islands 

 

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