Chub Cay, the southernmost cay of The Berry Islands chain, is known as “The Billfish Capital of The Bahamas." It borders the Tongue of the Ocean and bait fish are drawn into the deep-sea gully with larger fish following. Record catches have been made of mackerel, blue and white marlin, mahi-mahi, and wahoo. Bonefish, crawfish and conch are also plentiful. Flats that stretch from Stirrup Cay int he north to Chub Cay in the south provide many opportunities to hook a bonefish. The geography of The Berry Islands makes getting to your desired fishing spot really easy. Fishing can be arranged through any of the marinas and also at Whale Cay; equipment is available. Experienced guides will put you right on top of the best spots and offer a great day of fishing fun for the whole family. A number of championship tournaments are held here annually, luring sports fishermen from around the world.