Opened in 1958 by two fishing legends — Palm Beach guide Gil Drake Sr. and Field & Stream magazine editor A.J. McClane — Deep Water Cay is on the A-list for angling aficionados who dream of catching the elusive bonefish. To get to Deep Water Cay, take a flight to Grand Bahama International Airport in Freeport and then a quick water taxi ride. The unpretentious hotel on the private cay is action-central for deep-sea fishing, with depths of up to 750 feet, flats fishing in the creeks and channel and reef fishing for snapper, grouper and barracuda just a mile offshore.
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