My friend Adrian Gray visited this Bahamian Island a couple months ago and it looks like the bone fishing there is just off the chain even after the cold that went through it this year. He gets to swim through schools and schools of bonefish in crystal clear water! (yes, I’m jealous!)
One of these days I might make it there.. once could dream right?
Enjoy the photos and here is some information about the island if your interested.
By: Adrian Gray
Chub Cay has received worldwide accolades as one of the top
bonefishing destinations in the world. Located at the southernmost
tip of the Berry Islands in the Bahamas, Chub Cay is 35 miles west of
Nassau and 125 miles from South Florida. This thousand-acre paradise
island retreat includes the Chub Cay Airport and Marina, which are
Bahamian ports of entry with on-site customs and immigration.
World-famous bonefishing guide, Captain Joe Louis will expertly guide
you across the miles of spectacular flats. Joe has been fishing Chub
and various parts of the Bahamas all his life, and has had the
pleasure of guiding the likes of Curt Gowdy, Bobby Knight, Andy Mill,
Nick Price and Jack Nicklaus. He has guided several IGFA record
holders, mostly in the fly classes. He is sure to keep you entertained with stories of record fish and old Bahamian lore.
Choose a Thursday to Sunday stay that includes ½ days of fishing on
Thursday and Sunday and two full days fishing on Friday and Saturday.
Accommodations are provided at IGFA Trustee Jack Willits’ guest beach
house featuring a spacious living room, bedroom with two queen beds,
TV, and bath. Or choose to stay in this paradise from Tuesday to
Sunday and you’ll enjoy two more full days of fishing with your
FOR TWO ANGLERS!
Three nights/four days – $2,200
Five nights/six days – $4,000
SUPPORT THE IGFA
Youth Education Programs
For every trip that is purchased, IGFA Trustee Jack Willits will
donate 50% to the IGFA to enable it to continue its youth education
initiatives. Proceeds generated by the Wits End Bonefishing Packages
will fund hands-on marine science programs for children. By providing
these children the opportunity to immerse themselves in their
surrounding ecosystems, the IGFA aims to create lifelong stewards of
the marine environment to ensure the future of the sport we love.