The Berry Islands are a chain of islands and a district of the Bahamas, covering about thirty square miles (78 km²) of the north western part of the Out Islands. The Berry islands consist of about thirty islands and over one hundred small islands or cays, often referred to as "The Fish Bowl of the Bahamas" They have a population of only about seven hundred, most of which are on Great Harbour Cay.
The Berry islands have become a huge vacation spot for people from all over the world. During the winter season the islands are packed with out-of-town guests and second home residents.
The main attraction is big game fishing. Anglers and Captains such as Habana Joe come from all over to fish in the islands. Some of the fish that can be found there are Billfish, Tuna, Grouper, Tiger fish, Yellowtail Snapper, Wahoo, King mackerel, and many more. In May, Great Harbour Cay is packed with visitors and fishing captains such as Habana Joe who come there for the annual fishing tournament. There are also great spots for snorkelling and scuba diving.
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