Rates & Frequently Asked Question's
Five years ago while staying at the lodge Kipp Webb became aware the lodge was for sale and after having one of the best salt water trips of his life of course was immediately interested. Upon returning home to Montana he talked it over with his neighbor Kelly Galloup to see if he was interested in partnering up on the venture and he was. Rickmons lodge has long had a great reputation for being one of the best bonefish and permit locations in all the Bahamas so it really took very little to get these two long time friends and neighbors working on the deal to bring back the lodge to its previous greatness
This was made even more exciting when Ricardo Burrows (previous owner) and his wife Monique agreed to come on and help run the lodge. Ricardo is one of the most respected guides in all the Bahamas. He is head guide and will be in charge of all the daily activities related to our guide staff. Monique will be running daily activities related to all things lodge.
Together Kipp and I have made an aggressive investment in the future of the lodge. The lodge has had a face lift from head to toe, from kitchen to bedrooms and baths.
We have also brought in a new fleet of Hells Bays boat for the most comfortable Safe and dependable rides in the business
All rooms have private bathrooms and one queen bed
- 7 Nights / 6 Days Fishing $5795 per person
- 6 Nights / 5 Days Fishing $5245 per person
- 5 Nights / 4 Days Fishing $4495 per person
- 4 Nights / 3 Days Fishing $3345 per person
- 3 Nights / 2 Days Fishing $2395 per person
Half day fishing for additional days: $600 per boat (1 or 2 anglers)
Government added VAT tax
- Included: Lodging, meals, open bar, guided fishing, transportation between Marsh harbor Sandy Pointe
- Not included: Government added VAT tax
- Not included: Transportation to Abaco Island, flies, rods reels, guides and staff gratuities. We do have back up equipment as well as limited equipment for sale at the lodge fly shop.
- Not included: Long car rides to the water, just step off the deck on to the deck of the boat
- Non anglers: $500 a night
- Rates based on single room shared boat
Single room and boat: 60% surcharge
What will you need to bring.
A valid passport that does not expire within six months
We suggest you bring all fishing equipment, flies, rods, reels, lines, leaders and tippet and of course sun glasses. Flats booties and hats
The lodge has a limited fly shop with most all equipment needed but we have limited supplies of all, at least for this first season.
9 foot 6, 7 or 8 weights are recommended, on light wind days a 6 wt can be fun, but for most situations a 7 wt is better all around rod. 8 weights can help punch it thru the wind on the days when it is a little more breezy. Large arbor reels with smooth drags and hold up to 150 yards of backing are a must.
On the days spent fishing Moores Island you will have shots at double digit bones and big permit so 8 weights can come in handy here as well If you care to take a shot at the big Barracuda or sharks 8 weights are really minimum.