Wahoo Fishing Nassau Bahamas

2007-11-29 11:17:21
Nassau, - Saltwater Fishing Report
Nassau Bahamas

Here is a report on what's happening with the fishing around Nassau. On Thursday the 22nd of November we had a great day of fishing landing a 67 pound Wahoo. We caught a few more weighing in around

20 to 30 pounds.The weather was great for fishing with the seas being 1 to 2 feet.

The next day the Wahoo were biting. We caught 8 nice ones and we threw back about six smaller ones and caught 2 Dolphin(Mahi Mahi). Another wonderful day!!

Saturday the fishing was a little slow but we managed to catch a few fish, 1 dolphin and a Kingfish. We lost a few also.

On Monday the winds picked up a bit blowing out of the se at 18 knots. We caught 2 Wahoo around 25 to 30 pounds and a smaller one. It's being pretty good fishing in the last few weeks a lot of the other charter boats were successful in catching a few Wahoo. So until our next charter I will give you guys another update on the fishing in Nassau.

Captain Teddy Pratt on the Anxiety Attack.

Fish Species: Wahoo, Mahi Mahi
Bait Used: Ballywhoo & Artificial Lures
Tackle Used: 80lb & 50lb Class Shimano Reels
Method Used: Trolling
Water Depth: 150 to 250 Feet
Water Temperature: 85 F
Wind Direction: SE
Wind Speed: 18 Knots

About The Author: Captain Teddy Pratt

Company: Big Fish Charters Inc

Area Reporting: Nassau Bahamas

Bio: Captain Teddy Pratt, a native of Nassau, is one of the island's most respected fishing captains. Captain Teddy has fishing in his blood. The son of a fishing captain, Teddy grew up fishing the waters of the Bahamas. After years learning the yachtsman's craft and honing his skills as a fisherman, Teddy had the opportunity to pilot his own fishing charter boat. With several decades of experience fishing and navigating the vast expanse of the Bahamian waters, Captain Teddy Pratt is held in high esteem among his peers.

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