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May 7-12 Bahamas Finest Fishing

Here is a rundown of our last week of fishing various locations:


Sunday May 7

645 left Crooked to run 41nm to Flying Fish Marina to fuel up

815 arrival

1000 left long for rum

1130 fishing SE rum in blue 80 degree water with east winds 15-25 knots and seas 4-5’. Cold front moved in

1230 boated 40# yft on birds SE corner. Weather got super rough and near unfishable. Found a spot to deep drop and found some black snapper and yelloweye snapper for dinner.

Ran to Conception

630 anchored up for the night



Monday May 8

745 departed conception for Cat Island

ENE 20 knot winds

840 started fishing

850 jumped off small blue at columbus point

920 white on longs in the caves released

Mahi allllll day long. All you wanted! Awesome action!


Tuesday May 9

815 started fishing in blue 81 degree water out of Hawk's Nest Marina

ENE wind 10 knots

Lots of mahi again. Super thick!

1215 white release caves

More Mahi

Ended at 3pm


Wednesday May 10

835 started fishing. Lots of Mahi. Hawk's Nest

ENE wind 10 knots

1230pm right teaser flying fish chain with black and purple express and a moldcraft mackerel white marlin bait and switch for release.

Finished up at 145pm


Thursday May 11

830 departed Hawks Nest to run to northern Cat

1000 started fishing. 81.5 degree blue water and

NE wind 15 knots

1100 Nw point 3 Mahi chaffed off a blue and lost a tuna

1200 tunas and blue on teaser left didn’t get to switch

Lots of tunas but getting sharked on all of them

100 raised blue marlin but no bite

300 north of little San Sal blue marlin missed and then missed another after turn.

310 missed another blue marlin

500 anchored up on the Bridge

Fished til midnight and had scattered action with yellowtails and mutton snappers. Fun fishing!


Friday May 12

Started at 830 with 15-20 knot ENE wind on the southern bridge. 82 degree water and blue

1000 released white marlin off of left pink spreader bar and black purple iland pro

1015 released mahi

Caught some more mahi.

1200 departed for Nassau



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