Fishing Near New Providence Island

Just 15 minutes off the coast of New Providence Island will find anglers on the prowl and generally successful as they reel in big game fish.  The time of year you visit will determine the type of fish are going to be easiest to catch.  November through February bring wahoo, May through August is great for bonito and blackfin tuna, and June and July is best for blue marlin. 

If you are thinking about catching some fish during your vacation, there are 9 different charter fishing operators that can take you to the best fishing spots.

If you're ready to reserve a charter, you can check with Born Free Charter Service. Born Free Fishing Charts does deep sea fishing, light tackle fishing and bottom fishing on all three of their beautiful boats. They are located within downtown Nassau.

Another good option is Yellowtail Charters. Yellowtail Charters is a family-run business with three generations of sportsfishermen offering tours and adventures for tourists who enjoy spending their vacations out on the water trying to reel in the catch of their life. You can reach them at (242) 393-1456.

Still another option is Born Free Fishing Charters. Each boat is equipped with Penn International rods and reels, and they use ballyhoo with different lures for bait. They're situated in Nassau.

Take some time to look through this table for a listing of local charter operators.

Fishing Charters On New Providence Island
Name Phone Location
Anxiety Attack (800) 688-5871 Nassau
Bahamas Marine Adventures (242) 457-2629 Nassau
Bonefish Tommy 347-3234 Nassau
Born Free Charter Service (954) 526-2363 Downtown Nassau
Born Free Fishing Charters (242) 698-1770 Nassau
Martini on the Rocks (800) 688-5871 Nassau
Mornin Ride Charters (242) 557-3061 Nassau
The Optical Opportunity (800) 688-5871 Nassau
Yellowtail Charters (242) 393-1456 Downtown Nassau

You'll find a local fishing guide in the following table.

Fishing Guides On New Providence Island
Name Phone Location
Bonefish Simon Bain (242) 456-2105 Nassau
 

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