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on Providenciales

Turks and Caicos is an angler's paradise,
from light tackle DIY to deep sea sports fishing

With direct access to the world-famous bonefishing flats of Flamingo Lake and the vast expanse of the Caicos Banks, Harbour Club Villas is the ideal base for your fishing expeditions. Whether you're a seasoned angler or new to the sport, the rich waters of Turks and Caicos promise an unforgettable experience.

Imagine casting your line beneath an expansive blue sky on the serene flats of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, as a spirited bonefish speeds away, testing the strength of your reel. This picturesque scene unfolds at the doorstep of your holiday villa at Harbour Club Villas and Marina, a charming six-cottage resort complex offering the quintessential Caribbean-styled vacation experience, ideally suited for families or groups seeking an unforgettable fishing adventure.

Situated in front of the renowned Flamingo Lake, known for its exceptional bonefishing opportunities, these villas offer guests the chance to engage in thrilling catch and release fishing, a practice celebrated for its sustainability and exhilarating challenge. With bonefish known for their remarkable strength, anglers are sure to experience the thrill of the hunt in these abundant waters.

"Harbour Club Villas overlooks the best bonefishing lake on the island, Flamingo Lake."

DIY self-guided, or guided fishing at its best!

Harbour Club Villas and Marina, nestled on the island of Providenciales, is more than just a place to stay; it's a gateway to exploring the vast, unspoiled flats teeming with bonefish. The resort provides access to miles of shallow flats, perfect for fly fishing, where enthusiasts can indulge in their passion from dawn until dusk. Head out on your own or seek the expertise of local guides, arranged by your hosts Marta and Barry, for a world-class fishing experience.

Guided fishing, Turks and Caicos

These guides, boasting years of expertise, will lead you to secluded spots known only to locals, where the elusive "grey ghosts" of the flats roam in schools. Armed with knowledge and an eagle eye, they'll assist you in spotting and casting to bonefish, providing an intimate and rewarding fishing experience unlike any other. Whether you're wading the flats or casting from a skiff, the crystal-clear waters and firm, white sand bottoms of Providenciales offer an ideal setting for sight fishing.

Beyond bonefishing, Turks and Caicos is a sport fisherman's paradise, offering a diverse array of fishing adventures. From light tackle fishing for grouper and snapper to deep-sea challenges against marlin and tuna, the islands cater to all levels of fishing enthusiasts. Charter services are readily available to take you to the heart of the action, where the ocean's depths promise encounters with some of the most sought-after game fish in the world.

We book guided trips to make things easier for guests and non guests alike!


DIY / Self-Guided fishing on Flamingo and Turtle Lakes, Providenciales

When you arrive, you'll find our special "Fisherman's Digest," a collection of insights and stories from guests, for guests. It's packed with tips on the best spots for bonefishing, the most effective flies to use, understanding local tidal flows, and a bunch of other fish tales. It's a treasure trove of fishing wisdom that's exclusively available to our guests!
The areas close to Harbour Club Villas are great for self guided bonefishing and DIY fishing. Two lakes, Flamingo and Turtle Lake, plus a beautiful ocean flat. Grab your rod and go when you want to go! DIY bonefishing in the flats by Harbour Club Villas.

If one of you doesn't fish... no worries. We can direct you to spots where both of you will be happy!

Harbour Club Villas and Marina doesn't just promise a fishing vacation; it delivers a comprehensive Caribbean experience. With villa accommodations that blend seamlessly into the natural beauty of the islands, guests can enjoy the luxury of privacy, comfort, and direct access to some of the best fishing spots in the world. While also being close to some of the best beaches in the world!

Ideal for families or groups, these vacation villas offer a unique blend of adventure and relaxation, making them the perfect base for exploring the riches of Turks and Caicos.

What our guests say

Craig Dumesnil writes...

We stayed a week at Harbour Club Villas and Marina in the Turtle Tail area of Providenciales away from the hustle and bustle of Grace Bay. This was my third visit to Harbour Club and as usual our accommodations were immaculate and our hosts, Barry and Marta, were most accommodating with the most recent dining and fishing suggestions.

Each morning, I waded right out front of the Harbour Club in Flamingo and Turtle Lake. Although I caught my first DIY bonefish in Flamingo several years ago, I spent most of my time kayaking around Turtle Lake where the incoming tide produced many tailing fish in the early morning. In fact, I am already planning a return visit next year to coincide with an early morning incoming tide.

All in all, Providenciales is a great winter getaway spot, very “spouse friendly” and a good choice for DIY fishing when you don’t have all day to fish.”

Joe Pulitano writes...

I use primarily spinning tackle. I know how to fly fish but I am not a real expert at it and I do not really enjoy it. So after a discussion with a friend who went to the Turks armed with only spinning tackle, and who caught a lot of bonefish, I made my first trip to the Turks in 2009 and then I came back!

The clear advantage to spinning gear over fly tackle is the wind. There is usually a 10-20 mph wind blowing on the Turks and a spinning rod gives you much more control than you could ever get from a fly rod. And yes, I can hear the fly fishing enthusiasts challenging me on that fact but I know what I prefer. My first fishing excursion was a half day trip with a guide who brought me a few miles outside the harbor. There was no wind – one of my only times bonefishing where there was no wind – and he proceeded to point out bonefish ahead of the boat which I would cast to. It took about an hour to adjust my style of fishing to being a bit stealthier as bonefish do spook easily. Finally my first bonefish was hooked.

Sure, I have seen how they run when hooked on television shows but none of that prepared me for the wild ride this fish put on.

On our last trip in January we caught 21 bonefish the first day all ranging between 2.75 – 5.5 lbs. The second day we fished for bigger fish only landing 10 of them and lost three that we could see weighed in excess of 7 lbs.

When not fishing with a guide there are plenty of ‘drive-by’ fishing opportunities on the island of Provo.