Bathsheba is a small fishing community on the island's east coast. Sportfishing is not a huge draw to this destination, but if you're yearning to get out on the water and see what you can reel in, you may be able to convince a local to take you out on their boat with them for a fare fee. Otherwise, if you travel just outside of town to Bridgetown you may have better luck hiring a charter company.
If you are intrigued by the idea of reeling in a big one while on vacation, there are several charter operators that can help you find the best fishing spots.
If you want to get in contact with a fishing charter, you can check with Seascape Customized Charters. Included in your deep sea fishing experience is all of your equipment as well as drinks and snacks. They are located in Wotton, 9.8 mi. South of central Bathsheba.
Another good option is Legacy Fishing Charters. Operating out of Careenage, Legacy Fishing Charters is owned and operated by Captains Dennis Marsh and Jono Jones. Together, they have 30 years of experience fishing off the coast of Barbados and other areas in the Caribbean, and they always seem to know just where to go to find the best catch. You can call them at (246) 230-1317.
The table just below provides you with some details concerning fishing charters operating in this area.
|(246) 429-2326||Holders Hill, 8.2 mi. West-Southwest of Central Bathsheba|
|Legacy Fishing Charters||(246) 230-1317||Downtown Bridgetown, 10.0 mi. South West of Central Bathsheba|
|Seascape Customized Charters||(246) 236-5011||Wotton, 9.8 mi. South of Central Bathsheba|
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