There are over 400 square miles of flats fishing rife with bonefish throughout the Abacos, and Marsh Harbour is home to a great deal of those. Local fishing lodges pay special focus to the flats and bring guests out on daily trips. Of course, deep sea and reef fishing is a possibility as well, and hiring a charter with a local guide who knows the area well enough to take guests to the most prolific fishing grounds available.
If you are intrigued by the idea of reeling in a big one while on vacation, you will find 4 charter operators that can take you to the best fishing spots.
If you want to reserve a charter, you can check with Justin Sands Bonefishing. Winner of numerous fishing awards, Justin Sands has been offering fishing charters at Justin Sands Bonefishing to island visitors since 1997. Known for his friendly service and knowledge of the area, Captain Sands' reputation proceeds him. They are located in the heart of Marsh Harbour.
Another option is Local Boy Deep Sea Fishing. Eight generation Bahamian Captain Justin Russell operate Local Boy Deep Sea Fishing. With such strong ties to the area, you know this company is well-versed in where the best fishing is, so you'll not have to worry about whether or not your captain knows where to find the best catches of the season. You can reach them at (242) 366-0528.
A third option is Down Deep Fishing Charters. Shimano and Penn tackle and equipment is included in the price of your fishing charter. If you happen to catch something you want to eat later, a fish cleaning service is provided. They're located within Lubbers Quarters Cay, 5.2 mi. Southeast of central Marsh Harbour.
Glance through the chart below for more information.
|Down Deep Fishing Charters||(242) 366-3143||Lubbers Quarters Cay, 5.2 mi. Southeast of Central Marsh Harbour||Lubbers Quarters Cay|
|Justin Sands Bonefishing||(242) 367-3526||Central Marsh Harbour||Great Abaco|
|Local Boy Deep Sea Fishing||(242) 366-0528||Hopetown, 6.3 mi. East of Central Marsh Harbour||Elbow Cay|
|Lucky Strike||(242) 366-0101||6.1 mi. East of Central Marsh Harbour||Elbow Cay|
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