Fishing Reports

Walkers Cay Reborn 2020

Walker's Cay is the northernmost island in the Bahamas. Once a popular sport fishing location, the island has been deserted since 2004, following severe hurricane damage.

In May 2018, Walker's Cay was sold to Texas businessman and philanthropist Carl Allen, who announced redevelopment efforts.

The fleet moves to Bermuda

Summertime fishing for big blue marlin.

Just the name Bermuda conjures exotic images of pink-sand beaches, unbelievably clear water and enormous blue marlin. Each summer, anglers from all over the world converge on Bermuda in the hopes of catching the elusive grander blue marlin and/or to compete in a series of exciting, big-fish tournaments. This small landmass in the middle of the Atlantic — the closest landfall is Hatteras, North Carolina, 640 miles away — is a lot like other islands out in the middle of deep water in that it attracts a host of pelagic species ... and big marlin.

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