Walker’s Cay

Sportfishing Walker’s Cay

Walkers Cay and Grand Cay are situated just 90 miles from the Stuart Florida’s St. Lucie Inlet. Walkers Cay was home to some of the best fishing boats in the business along with the most exciting offshore tournaments. Since the hurricane of 2004 which shut down Walker’s, the neighboring island of Grand has been home to fishermen making short trips to the Bahamas from Stuart, Florida. Walker’s Island serves as a “Entry Clearing” point when entering the Bahamas with a full-time Customs Agent available to welcome visitors.

Rosie’s Place on Grand Island

Rosie’s Place on Grand offers new cottages, very clean and just a short walk to the end of the dock. Rosie’s Place also serves fine seafood meals in their restaurant and bar. All this at reasonable rates. All inclusive fishing packages have been arranged with Reel Candy and Rosie himself to provide your party an easy travel experience.Walkers Cay Grand Cay

Three day trips or a long weekend at Rosie’s Place is not only a rewarding fishing experience, but you will relax in a true island-style fishing atmosphere. The residents of Grand will make you feel at home, and cater to your every need. Call us for pricing now!


Whether it’s diving, the solitude of a private sandy beach, fishing the reef or the crystal blue waters offshore, a memorable trip will be had. Tuna trips begin in April and we always looking for the birds. This is usually a good time to hook a blue or white marlin. Dolphin, known also as mahi-mahi, can be found while trolling for tuna and marlin. The best wahoo fishing begin in December and go into April. Regular multiple hook-ups and some fish are over 100 pounds.

Passports are required! The Reel Candy is Bahamian licensed as a foreign charter, and serves as the longest licensed foreign charter service in the Abacos. The Bahamian government requires all US boats fishing as a charter to be inspected and licensed.