Welcome to The BSCA!

The Bahamas Sportfishing and Conservation Association (BSCA) was formed by a group of visionary Bahamian sport fishermen that represent the best in fishing, conservation and integrity. The BSCA, as part of its mandate, is actively identifying critical needs affecting the marine environment in general and the sportfishing industry, specifically.

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Your membership and general donations are vitally important, because they help fund research and educational programs that ensure the conservation...
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The BSCA is actively identifying critical needs across The Bahamas. We partner with other conservation organizations to support projects...
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Find out how you can adopt a mangrove or coral reef or creek or flat or endangered local species.
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BSCA News & Updates

July 24th 2013 – The Bahamas Sportfishing Conservation Association website officially launches.

July 10th 2013 – The Bahamas celebrated it’s 40th Independence.

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About Bahamas Sportfishing Conservation Association

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Our mission is to promote conservation of habitats, marine life as well as a sustainable fishery in The Bahamas…

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FIELD REPORT: From the Desk of the Executive Director of BSCA Tuesday, 11th March 2008 Meeting With Ambassador…

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BSCA will introduce Conservation Clubs in targeted high schools throughout The Bahamas for the purpose of assisting…

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There are more than 200 schools in The Bahamas of which approximately 75% are fully administered by the public service.

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