August 31, 2015

NEW Fishing Tours and More at Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour

West End Watersports, who now operate out of the Old Bahama Bay Resort, offers a huge array of water-based tours and activities.

Fishing options

  • Bonefishing 
  • Reef Trolling
  • “On da Ocean” Bottom Fishing (hand line)
  • “In da Bay” Native Fishing (hand line)
  • Lionfish Spear Hunt Fishing (Sling/Pole)
  • Lobster Fishing (Sling/Pole)  (Seasonal August-March)
  • Native Fishing Adventure (learn the native way of harvesting conch, lobster, and fish) 

Other activities:

  • Snorkel Adventures
  • Extreme Eco-Tour for Experienced Snorkelers
  • Banana Boat Rides
  • Sunset Bahama Mama Cruise

West End Watersports also works closely with West End Ecology Tours, a local company that provides a true Bahamian ecology and fishing experience that is simple, pure, and natural. West End offers some of the best fishing, deserted cays, snorkeling and free-diving to enjoy. Tours include

  • Stingray Feeding Eco-Tour 
  • Bird Watching - Mangrove, South Coast or The Cays
  • Bottlenose/Spotted Dolphins - The Cays or Reefs (Seasonal May - August) 
  • Sea Turtle Watch - The Cays (Seasonal March - October)

Old Bahama Bay is an Official IGFA Weigh Station.  World record fish can be weighed and recorded right at the resort. Old Bahama Bay is a member of the Guy Harvey Expedition Collection of resorts.  The resort is located in West End Village, approximately 25 miles west of the city of Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.  With its 73 rooms, 2 restaurants and 72 marina slips, Old Bahama Bay has a barefoot elegance ambiance with an out-island remote feel, but with the convenience of an international airport, an on-site private airport and major destination amenities.

These tours can all be booked from the Old Bahama Bay Activities Hut next to Teaser’s on the beach (with the exception of Billy Black tours), or you can make arrangements before you arrive through our reservations office at 888-983-6188888-983-6188 FREE or email   For more information visit