Grand Bahama Offshore Fishing Report and Forecast: June 2014

Nice sized mahi mahi being offloaded after a great day of fishing out of Port Lucaya. PHOTO CREDIT: Capt. Nay Nay.
Nice sized mahi mahi being offloaded
after a great day of fishing out of Port
Lucaya. PHOTO CREDIT: Capt. Nay Nay.

The Grand Bahama offshore fishing forecast for June is nothing short of “Hot, Hot, Hot”! Tuna Canyon, due south of Lucaya, is buzzing with tuna, mahi mahi are being caught, what are you waiting for? Grand Bahama is the place to be!

To find the fish and beat the heat, fish early morning, late afternoon, early evening or even a night—take a captain with local knowledge. Look for working birds to locate the fish. To put some in the box, best choice of bait for tuna is live or chunk bait. Live bait can be found year round in the canal system. Get there early in the morning with a good cast net to fill your live well.

Summer’s softer winds and flatter seas make it a great time to enjoy some of the best yellow fin fishing grounds around.

That’s it, off to fish.

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