Port Lucaya was the second stop of our tour of Grand Bahama following Hurricane Matthew. After we departed from Old Bahama Bay on West End aboard Capt. Skipper Gentry's Carolina Gentleman — still with full bellies from the incredible meal the night before — we began to fish our way southeast along the edge towards the Northwest Providence Channel and then on to Port Lucaya. The bottom structure as you leave West End drops off quickly, and you are fishing in depths from 100 to 400 and then 1,000 feet before you know it. The satellite imagery for sea-surface temperatures showed a really nice eddy in about 900 feet of water with about a three-degree temperature break, and this is where we'd troll towards.