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The Dream.
Pristine Bahamas.

As truly the lost and forgotten Bahamas, the Jumento Cays have long been known as the last bastion of untouched Caribbean fisheries. 4 anglers per week will join us as we explore a pure ecosystem. Private, exclusive Bahamas.

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The Dream.
Pristine Bahamas.

As truly the lost and forgotten Bahamas, the Jumento Cays have long been known as the last bastion of untouched Caribbean fisheries. 4 anglers per week will join us as we explore a pure ecosystem. Private, exclusive Bahamas.

BOOK NOW

ABOUT US

Phicol Wallace has lived on Ragged Island his entire life and his family has lived on the Islands since the 1700’s. He is a seasoned blue water captain and is excited to have the opportunity to take you on incredible excursions. He is also the master of logistics and able to handle any and all situations that might arise in such a remote location.

The other partner, Will Blair has spent the past 22 years operating on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Eastern Russia, the most remote wilderness fly fishing programs on planet earth. He brings the fly fishing enthusiasm to a place virtually untouched by humans and in our own backyard. With his twenty year partnership in with Victor Rebirkov in Russia, Will is sure he has found a great and reliable Bahamian partner in Phicol Wallace.

We are excited to show you the best fly fishing the Bahamas has to offer.

THE FISHING

When one reaches the edge of human influence this is where the largest populations of mature gamefish still exist.

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THE EXPERIENCE

With untold miles of Cays to explore with your guides, the sheer number of fish will astound even the most seasoned explorer.

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THE LODGE

Accommodating 4 anglers maximum, Lost Key is like few other experiences for the adventure angler.

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THE LOCATION

60 miles north of Cuba Lost Key Lodge is on the edge of the Bahamas in an undamaged Caribbean ecosystem.

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"I travel at least two times a year for saltwater and have been involved in many operations around the world. The Jumento Cays are the last of the best in the Caribbean. A truly unspoiled fishery. ”

– Mike M, California, USA