With over 28 years in the business, WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU!

Chubasco Charters offers you something that few companies can match in terms of quality of service, fleet and commitment.

The business is family owned and is currently being managed by Capt. Mike Russell and his sons Capt. Adam and Capt. John-Michael, proud 7th and 8th generation of true Bahamians. You could say they live and breathe fishing.

Whether it is a deep sea fishing adventure, light tackle trolling over the reefs with the kids or snorkeling, sightseeing and beaching with the family, our goal is to make your trip a day to remember.

  1. Most marlin annually since 1988
  2. 4 Blue Marlin released in a 6 day period
  3. Most Wahoo on a one-day charter
  4. Largest Marlin caught off Nassau in 20 years
  5. Largest Yellow Fin Tuna caught off Nassau
  6. Won five of the last seven Atlantis Casino Fishing Tournaments



Thank you so much for all your help. My family have a great time fishing with captain Charlton and Jim. My daughters ask the captain if he can find them their first Dorado and he did. Captain Charlton and Jim work really hard and got each of my daughter a trophy Dorado. My youngest caught a 50″ and the oldest 43″ both fish are with Gray taxidermy. I cannot thank captain Charlton and Jim enough.



Had a great day many thanks to your captains and crew.

Mike & Leah


Just wanted to pass a thank you along to the Captain and his assistant. They did a great job and we ended up catching a massive wahoo! The “Cook your Catch” service that you guys offer was great too. We enjoyed every bit of it. I’m having my big guy mounted!



We had a great time on our Friday Trip. My son John (17) caught two nice Mahi. Your Captain (John) and Mate (Charlton) were fantastic. We had a great day. Thank you so, so much. Next time we are in Nassau, we will be calling you again.



I want to thank you for the fishing trip we made in Bahamas with Charlton and mate Freddy. They were very nice to me and my 13 old son. The Chubasco V was perfect. We did not catch a Mahi Mahi or a Tuna as we would liked but a Spanish mackerel was our consolation.