Bahamas Sport Fishing Network has the best and most passionate anglers uploading photos to our photo feed everyday. The best of those photos—the ones that highlight everything that BSFN stands for, get included in our periodic USA TODAY slideshow. To upload your photos, we’re on Instagram as bahamassportfishingnetwork.

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On Da Hook

One of our founders, Brooks Russell, is live on ESPN Radio 106.3 FM (The Palm Beaches) most Saturday mornings as a guest of hosts Pete and Tommy Schulz’s fishing hour. He gives guidance on what’s biting in the Bahamas. He let’s you know know where the fish are running, what bait is working, and what gear is getting results. The Pete Schulz show is on from 8 AM–9AM every Saturday! Listen in live and you’ll be ‘On Da Hook’ too!

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Advance notice of fishing tournaments? What’s in season? New regulations? Join The Skool!

Bahamas National Trust logoBSFN supports the Bahamas National Trust’s (BNT) efforts to understand the ecology and wildlife of the Bahamas and their ongoing dedication to the Bahamas national parks. BSFN believes in responsible fishing principles and is dedicated to preserving the sport through conservation and scientific understanding, education, and promoting  guidelines that will ensure sport fishing forever.



BSFN Experts: World’s Greatest Fishing Podcast

WGFPodcast_480x270Our own Expert Paul Perry was interviewed on The World’s Greatest Fishing Podcast. Paul gave great tips and knowledge of fishing in the Bahamas. Paul talks about fishing Eleuthera and even mentions BSFN Fishing Expert Ryan Neilly. Enjoy the Podcast and give a shoutout from BSFN.

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In the News: The D.R. Poaching the Bahamas

LobsterEleutheranews posted a really important article on the biggest challenge facing Bahamian Fisherman (both commercial and sport)—the invasion of Dominican crews poaching lobster and fish from Bahamian waters and threatening the future of Bahamian fisherman. It’s worth the read.

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