Cococay Island is part of the Berry Islands chain in the Bahamas. Cruise liners of the Royal Caribbean stop at the Coco Cay Port where smaller tenders transfer you to the 140-acre island. Surrounded by crystal clear blue water, this secluded island has a number of great fishing spots nearby; here are some places for a great fishing trip.
New Providence Island
The waters around this island abound with a variety of seasonal fish that include wahoo, blue marlin, ocean bonito and blacfin tuna depending on when you undertake your fishing expedition. You can charter a boat from Nassau and the fish can be seen right after you leave the harbor.
Grand Bahama Island
If you would like to go for the bigger fish, then take a trip off this island. Shoals of snapper, grouper, wahoo, barracuda and yellowtail frequent the clear waters off this island. Deep Water Cay located here is the favorite fishing spot of the locals.
This remote island in the Abacos has some of the best fishing grounds in the Bahamas. You will need to hire a boat with an experienced skipper who can take you to the area where you will find Barracuda, Grouper, Yellowtails, Snapper, Wahoo and Marlin fish.
Green Turtle Cay
Drawing anglers from around the globe, this spot is famous for the abundance of large fish. The fish available here include yellowfin tuna, wahoo and dolphinfish. You will need to charter a boat to the cay and also hire a fishing guide who will be able to show you to the best spots in the area.
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