Most Luxurious & Exclusive Lodge in the Bahamas
Big Fish (double digit fish are common)
Great Guides (most with 10 – 20 years experience)
New Boats (5 brand new Hells Bay Marquesa skiffs)
Gourmet Cuisine (Chef Genaro is an artist!)
Easy travel (1- hour flight from Florida)
Situated on the south shore of Grand Bahama Island, North Riding Point Club is the Bahama’s
finest lodge offering access to one of the best trophy bonefish fisheries in the world.
Guide Bully Beavens with a 14 pounder taken Angler Adventures client, Chris
NRPC anglers travel in comfortable air-conditioned SUVs to a number of launch sites on both the
south and north shores of the island. They are the only lodge able to launch at North Riding Point
which offers easy access to the very best “big fish flats” on Grand Bahama.
located 30 minutes west of the Club is their primary launch site. NRPC is the only lodge fishing this
area. It takes less than 5 minutes to drop the skiffs into the water and you can be fishing within 5
minutes of the launch.
On the way to Sale Cay, Whoopee!
In 2013, NRPC purchased 5 brand new Marquesa skiffs equipped with 60-hp Yamaha 4-strokes. Each
boat has a padded U-shaped leaning post on the casting deck, a center steering console, two
comfortable bucket seats for anglers in front of the console, power pole, automatic trim and tilt
engines. They also maintain 2 custom designed 16-ft. Dolphin Super Skiffs with 85-hp engines.
The flats are varied. Some are soft bottomed and best fished from the skiff, but there are
miles of beautiful wading flats both on the north and south shores. This is the Home Flat
right in front of the club. Big bones and permit are seen on this flat!
are all needed on days like this.
A little bit of luck doesn’t hurt
NRPC is the only lodge with access to the incredible fishery at Sale Cay. This is 14 miles due north of North
Riding Point and requires a good weather day to make the run, but it’s well worth the trip! Mark Hatter and I
enjoyed our “best day ever” there, boating 32 fish, all between 5 ½ and 9 ½ pounds (Boga Gripped)! Head guide
Stanley Glinton releases a 9 pounder.