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“East End lodge exceeded expectations on all fronts – fishing, guide talent, boats, accommodations and aoutstanding food. The lodge is in a customer service class all its own when it comes to bonefishing Grand Bahama. From the airport welcoming to the morning of departure; it was friendly faces, great fishing and good times. Goal is to do it again real soon.”

– J.K., Omaha, NE

“This just couldn’t have been better! From being met at the airport by Rob (the lodge owner), who then gave us a guided tour of the island on the way to East End, to the morning we left to go back to “the real world,” everything was brilliant. Rob and his staff couldn’t do enough for us, our room was great and really well appointed. The food was superb – I think we’re both addicted to conch now!”

– Andy and Lynn, Manchester, England

“On our first visit to the lodge, we met two guests who had been coming to East End Lodge since the operation first opened in 2010. These guys make the trip over to Florida on a MONTHLY basis to fish with the guides of East End and stay at the Lodge. Long-time visitors to Grand Bahama, they now fish exclusively (and very regularly!) with East End Lodge.”

– Ian Davis

“Truly exceptional fishing experiences such as East End Lodge offers are rare and difficult to find. The vast fishery is world class! Great guides, accommodations, Bahamian cuisine and the local people make East End Lodge a world class operation. My wife adds: A little bit of heaven and a whole lot of bonefish.”

– Phil and Anne, Jupiter, FL

“Great food and excellent facilities. The wine and appetizers were excellent. Most nights I was full before the meal ever began. A grand fire pit to relax around in the evening! The fishing was excellent with new boats and motors. Enjoyed fishing with the experienced guides who make the experience something special. I highly reccomend East End Lodge whether you are a novice or an experienced bonefisher.”

– Aarron, Omaha, NE