How could the government of the Bahamas possibly think of taking away the birthright of their citizens to go out and fish in their back yard? How could they exclude so many from coming to the Bahamas to fish to enrich a very, very few? How could they consolidate power into a few chosen hands?
This is how.
They are in cahoots. They are working together.
I think it is no accident that our pal Prescott here started work on a fueling station in Andros far in advance of the recent proposal to allow the Chinese in to
rape assist the Bahamians with a bit of fishing. Even if that proposal doesn’t end up going through, there is certainly a cronyism thing going on there in the Bahamas with the PLP.
Pretty sad for the Bahamas.
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I will never fish in the Bahama’s again…after having had no less than 12 previous trips there. I’ll say no more… because I’m so angry. I’m Canadian and I have Cuba as a wonderful 2nd option….and quite frankly…there’s much more diversified fishing there at half the price or less when doing DIY….(which by the way they are happy to accommodate).
It’s no coincidence that the BFFIA is preaching their version of the proposed flats legislation while they are simultaneously in support of the China deal. Basically, the BFFIA is fine seeing a total collapse of fisheries and a literal sell-out of Bahamian land to China if it means a few guides on Andros see fewer non-guided anglers on the flats. The whole thing is as crooked as a question mark. Sad, indeed.