Bahamas Swordfish Fishing Charters

Bahamas Swordfish Fishing Charters

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Best Swordfish Fishing Charters in Bahamas

Bahamas Swordfish Fishing Seasons

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Seasonality

Swordfish fishing in Bahamas varies moderately throughout the year. High season is June to September. Low season is January to March and November to December. There is no closed season.
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4.07
Based on 20,053 reviews by FishingBooker anglers

Reviews of Fishing in Swordfish Fishing in Bahamas

Fishing with Keith
Nicholas P. fished with Blue Finn Charters on July 11, 2019
Anything.. Trolling was slow then we started bottom fishing and it was on fire it was on fish after another.
Day bonefish fishing
Ian Q. fished with Bonefish Master LLC on April 13, 2019
Bring everything you think you might need and don't expect 5 star This is an out island proper style.
April fishing trip
Ian Q. fished with Bonefish Paradise Fishing Services on April 9, 2019
Great fishing but be prepared to go and look for it, friendly people great bars [Maxs conch bar, Tinys] etc beautiful place to be.
Full day with Captain Eddie
Robert Z. fished with First Strike Charters - Bertram on March 12, 2019
I fished with Capt Eddie of First Strike. I had a great experience, so I would recommend you book with him.
3/4 day with captain Roberts
Payton C. fished with Tailin' Boner Charters on January 4, 2019
Any type of game fish, our weather was not very cooperative this trip but I plan to return at a later date.
Half Day with Captain Roberts
Payton C. fished with Tailin' Boner Charters on January 2, 2019
Just check the weather and hope for the best.
October fishing trip
Adam S. fished with Fishing 242 Charters - 32' SeaVee on October 27, 2018
The water gets deep closer to shore than you think. It is a short trip to deep water, a 4 hour trip is efficient. Reel that fish in quick, sharks will snag your fish before you know it.
Half Day Trip with Hollis Curling (captaining for the boat's owner)
Michael C. fished with Superadventures Go for Fish! on October 18, 2018
Bottom fishing with a knowledgeable Captain turned out excellent. Plenty of action. Skipped trolling to get right on the fish. The type of bait matters -- squid stays on the hook better than cut bait. Use light tackle for a lot of action, but risk losing sharks, large grouper, barracuda, etc. Conditions were very windy (October 2018). We managed with my 82 y.o. father, though. Great trip overall.