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LOBSTERING IN THE BAHAMAS – WHAT TO KNOW

25July2017
 

August 1st and the 2017/2018 Lobster Season opening is just around the corner and marina and hotel reservations have reached full capacity throughout The Bahamas, including at Bimini Big Game Club. Here is a listing of rules and regulations for harvesting in The Bahamas and returning...

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ISLAND IN THE STREAM – ORIGINS OFTHE BIG GAME CLUB CAME

03December2016
 

From the Lucayan Indian word meaning “two islands”, and known around the world simply as “Bimini”, North and South Bimini, along with their smaller neighboring cays, make up this group of Bahamian islands situated on the edge of the Great Bahama Bank, overlooking the cobalt...

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MATTHEW WHO? BIMINI UP AND RUNNING FULL SPEED!

18October2016
 

Despite the close call by Hurricane Matthew, Bimini and the Big Game Club were extremely fortunate and weathered the storm with minimal impact. Following a small amount of cleanup and repairs, both the resort and the island are up and running at full speed. Bimini residents...

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BIMINI BIG GAME CLUB EARNS 2016’S BOATER’S CHOICE AWARD

14September2016
 

We are pleased to announce that Bimini Big Game Club is one of six facilities across The Bahamas, Caribbean and Mexico that recently won in this category for 2016. The Boater’s Choice Awards, as voted on by members of, and visitors to, Marinas.com, a Website...

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Getting to Know Billfish

15April2016
 

Think you don’t know Billfish? Think again! The Billfish is a class of fish that includes Marlin, Swordfish, Sole and Sailfish. These fish are very popular with offshore fishing companies, and you have probably been to, or been invited to a fishing trip where these...

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Bimini Offers Many Activities To Enjoy

18March2016
 

Bimini is the westernmost outpost of the Bahamas with a history and character of its own, one that the rich and famous have enjoyed for many decades. Named “Bimini” by the Lucayan Indians in their language,” the two islands and scattering of cays offer a...

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