A Grand Bahama man was arrested in the Garden Villas area yesterday after being found in possession of 34 undersized crawfish.
The mangled remains of a human being were found inside a large shark pulled from the sea by three Bahamian fishermen near Exuma.
Officers of the Bahamas Marine Exporters Association paid a courtesy call on Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, Larry Cartwright at which time they were thanked for forming the association and for their collaboration and support.
Long thought of as a niche for the rich or the restless, adventure tourism is becoming more popular and The Bahamas has plenty to offer.
The harvesting of lobster does not cease during the closed season, as there are unscrupulous fishermen who continue to capture lobsters to sell to restaurants and others.
The invasive lionfish is thriving in Bahamian waters and endangering indigenous marine life, but a new “Eat Lionfish” campaign is encouraging a tasty solution to this serious problem.
A concerned citizen slams the government for abject incompetence in protecting the Bahamian fishing industry from rogue and illegal fishermen who are depleting the resources.