Grand Bahama Fishing Forecast: Tuna, Dolphin and Lobster
If you would like to get away for sun, fun and fishing, like our friends at the West Palm Beach Fishing Club did earlier this summer, fuel up your boat and head over to beautiful Grand Bahama.
For insights into what you may hook, we’re happy to share the August/September Grand Bahama Offshore Fishing Forecast from our friends at Coastal Angler Magazine. Get more fishing forecasts and insights in the current issue of Coastal Angler Magazine.
Grand Bahama Offshore Fishing Forecast
The weather has been holding back our season and there seems to be no end in sight. Blackfin tuna are here in numbers and many boats have been enjoying day-long action trolling for these rugged fighters. Small black feathers have been very successful on temperature breaks. Dolphin have been gracing the fish boxes of most boats and the sizes are much larger than off the Florida coast.
As this forecast goes to print, it is two weeks until the lobster season opens and from what I have observed, this will be a great year to get your dive gear on and enjoy the uncrowded, plentiful Little Bahama Bank. There is no comparison between the Florida crowds and hassles, and the Bahama experience. Deep dropping has been the standard bearer this month.
Forecast by: Capt. Dave Dawson, West End, Grand Bahama Island, Chartering Old Bahama Bay and Blue Marlin Cove