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Young fishers having fun at the Delphi Club in Abaco http://vimeo.com/151192054
Terrific value at just $88 per person….
NEW 9-COURSE CARIBBEAN TASTING MENU
Friday 15th, 22nd & 29th January 2016
Beef Jerky Dusted Plantain Chips
Jerk Chicken Skewers, Tamarind & Coconut Sugar Sauce
Kingfish Ceviche, Bloody Maria Shot, Coconut Foam
Spiced Seared Tuna
Watermelon, Parsley & Quinoa Salad
Mango Coulis, Lime & Molasses Glaze
Conch & Cauliflower Soup
Oyster Glaze, Bacon Dust
Lemon & Eddoe Brandade, Broccolini
Guava Coulis, Angostura Bitters Oil
Tomato & Coconut Emulsion, Rice & Peas
Green Bell Pepper, Eggplant Allumette
Lime & Papaya Sorbet
Beef Tenderloin Quenelles
Lemongrass Broth, Crab, Piquillo Pepper, Vanilla Oil
Pumpkin & Coconut Fritters
Roast Lamb Fillet
Cinnamon Bake Puree, Smoked Goats Cheese Mousse
Tomato Confit, Pea-Shoots, Gold Rum Jus
Chocolate & Coconut Pudding
Peanut Butter Mousse, Edible Gold Flakes
Trinitario Cocoa Nibs
Coffee, Tea & Herbal Infusions
Selection of Caribbean Petit Fours
TO MAKE A RESERVATION
Email Max on email@example.com or call him on +1-242-577-1698 or +1+242-366-2222
We’re off again. Our seventh season is now well and truly underway – and things are looking good. Max reports that the weather so far has delivered some outstanding conditions for bonefishing, with winds predominantly from the north-east, 5 to 15 knots, and almost no clouds at all.
Our October guest list featured several fathers and sons, all of whom enjoyed some great fishing. Milo and Freddie Knatchbull from the UK, both aged 12, notched up their first-ever bonefish, along with plenty of barracuda, some horse-eye jacks and an array of sharks and snappers on fly and heavier metal.
Peter & Zeke Sieglaff from New York took some really nice bonefish on the outer edge of the Marls and had several shots at permit, while Charles & Barbara Renfrew from San Francisco started their week with 14 hook-ups, boating nine fish to 6lbs.
The annual bonefish migration, featuring large schools motoring down the west side of Abaco, is well underway. With wave after wave of bones beginning to be seen, head guide Donnie says we should encounter more and more every day through the end of December.
So don’t delay! There is still some space over coming weeks to get in on this extraordinary natural bonanza of fishing. And our prices remain just as they were last season.http://delphi-bahamas.
To read our wrap-up newsletter for the season just ended and to see new pretty pictures of the Club and it fishing, see http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=02a5bce97f027313bde517478&id=8b77bce597.