Bonefish lodges are known to come and go. Few have stuck around as long as Deep Water Cay, which is a testament to the world-class fishing found along its sand flats and mangroves. Just off the east end of Grand Bahama Island, the resort was founded in 1958, and it’s only gotten better in recent years after a nearly $20 million renovation, including a collection of high-end guest villas built with such amenities as an infinity pool and a fitness center. Make no mistake, though: While there’s snorkeling and diving and paddleboarding and kayaking, it’s the reel-searing run of a hooked bonefish that remains the star attraction.
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