PHOTO: Men fishing in The Bahamas (photo via Flickr/Kim)
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism details where you can reel in some big fish.
You’ll start off with your guides near Crooked Island in search for pilchards, which is a small oily fish used in live bait fishing.
Once he’s grabbed a ton in his net, you’ll then boat just past Acklins in hopes of scoring some barracuda.
And after your drop anchor and cast your lines, the chances of catching something is very high.
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As the Bahamas blogger notes on their first time fishing, they made quite a few big catches.
“Over the course of the next several hours we catch dozens of fish, some mighty in size. I get the hang of the rod, apply ample amounts of sunscreen and enjoy the breeze when it hits me. We have a cooler filled with fish at this point and time has come for us to head home. The boat engines roar to life and we once again dance along the surface of the water at breakneck speed.”
With expert guides to help you along the way, you’ll catch a barracuda in no time!
For more information on The Bahamas, visit the tourism blog here.