With more than 400 servings of a new menu item last month, Bimini Big Game Club’s General Manager Michael Weber and Chef Alvarez Bastian have found a recipe to help the environment in The Bahamas.
Captain Billy Black and El Viejo, a classic 53-foot Rybovich, will be returning to the docks at the historic Bimini Big Game Club to offer top-of-class offshore charters starting November 15th.
Fishermen in the Berry Islands are concerned about jet skis from cruise ships destroying conch beds and tourists poaching excessive quantities of fish and lobster. Resources are being depleted at an alarming rate.
It’s lobster season and for many chefs that means a lot of fresh, plump lobster-tail meat on the menu.
Mr Ingraham said that “big” fishing companies that have vessels which employ foreign fishermen will soon start “squealing” not long from now.
Crawfish season reopened on Monday, but fishermen who employ underhanded tactics to harvest the crustacean out of season continue to strain the resources of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.
The 2011 crawfish season has opened with some new rules, which will better set up The Bahamas for dealing with overseas exports.
The Department of Marine Resources has announced that crawfish season opens on Monday, 1st August, 2011.
Spearfishing, if done sensibly, is a great way to catch a variety of fish and in places like the Bahamas, you can go down 50 feet clear into water.