Phicol Wallace built Lost Key Lodge in collaboration with a marketing firm in the US way back in 2009. After one season this American partnership dissolved and Phicol busy with four children and running Bahama Power and Light for Ragged Island decided to wait until his kids were older and he could find a reliable American Partner. This took almost ten years. Once Phicol and Will struck up their partnership in the fall of 2018 Phicol set about remodeling and updating the virtually new lodge. He is a skilled craftsman with the drive to make everything as perfect as humanly possible.
Lost Key Lodge was originally designed and built with the advice of American anglers.
5 rooms allows us to offer single room occupancy to our anglers!
Lost Key Lodge is comfy and clean. All rooms are air conditioned, with tile floors and private baths with showers. In the lounge area you’ll find a bar (tabs are settled at the end of your trip), a 52 flat-screen satellite TV and a fly-tying bench. Built in 2009 and rebuilt since Irma in September of 2017 it has all the amenities any angler might need for a comfortable stay. The lodge was built on a hill to take advantage of cooling breezes and to provide a scenic ocean side view. The boats are about a 2-minute walk.
"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