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We have gathered a few frequently asked questions that many clients have asked. If you have any other questions, we happy to answer them all, so drop us a line using the contact form here.

Our answer is simple – when you can.
We’re not just saying that. Yes, some weeks have better weather than other weeks, but the luck of the draw on the weather any particular week is much more significant than the month you’re fishing. You should go when you can.

Yes and No! The fishery is really productive (i.e. tons of fish), so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to catch fish even if you’ve never fished on the flats before. Of course more skilled anglers will convert on more of their opportunities. The fact is everyone should practice before they go on a flats saltwater trip. When the time comes and we put an angler within 40 feet of tailing fish it is now up to you to make the cast. While on the trip is not the time to practice.

Yes, our standard package at Lost Key Lodge includes single-occupancy lodging. Couples and others who’d prefer to share a room are welcome to – some rooms have double beds and other rooms have two twin beds.

Yes, included in the price of your trip to Lost Key are all your food and drinks for the week, including soft drinks, juice, Limited beer. If you want a really specific liquor (like a single malt scotch) you should bring it along.

No problem. Our fishery has nice flats with hard bottoms that are perfect for wading. There may be certain tidal conditions in which you’re better off fishing from the boat, but if you’re like many of our guests who prefer wading.


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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