Bahamas Fishing
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Bahamas Fishing

The Bahamas are home to some of the top game prizes in the world including marlin, sailfish, swordfish, wahoo, mahi mahi, tuna, shark, and so many more! Bahamas is a top destination for offshore fishing adventure for novice and experienced anglers! Try Long Island year-round for sports fishing or Abaco which known to have some of the best fishing in the Bahamas.

Long Island (Feb 1 to Mar 10)
We’ll be fishing out of the Flying Fish Marina on Long Island for Wahoo (some over a 100 pounds), Dolphin, Tuna and (if lucky) Marlin!
Long Island is a quick hop from Nassau via Bahamas Air. In addition to natural beauty, the region offers excellent snorkeling, boating, and shell collecting. The island is very clean and the local are extremely friendly. The Flying Fish Marina has 2 restaurants on site and more great places to eat in the area. We can fish Long Island, Deanna Bank, Rum Cay, or take a two-day trip to San Salvador. We can also do an overnight trip to Deanna Bank then head over to Crooked Island for the evening and head back to Long Island the next day. We can also help with arrangements for a local Bonefish guide for some of the best Bone fishing you’ll experience on the north end of the island.

The Abacos (Mar 15 to Apr 15)
Make plans now to join us in Hope Town, Elbow Cay in 2017. The Abacos are a group of islands and cays that form a 120-mile–long chain stretching over 650 square miles. In Hope Town, you’ll find the famous candy-striped Elbow Reef Lighthouse. It was built in 1862 and is one of the few manually operated lighthouses in the world. Elbow Cay is an old English loyalist settlement with beautifully preserved colonial architecture. Most importantly, Abaco is known to have some of the best fishing in the Bahamas.




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