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Old 08-10-2017, 10:47 PM   #1
gulfstreamblues
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Legal to Spear in Walker's Cay National Park?

Getting ready to make a run out to Walker's Cay and heard some conflicting info. Does anyone know if you are allowed to spear in Walkers Cay National Park? I have heard both yes and no for this area. I sent an email to the Bahamas National Trust which manages the parks, but no response. I know that I can run a little bit North to some other reefs, but don't want to burn fuel unless I have to. Let me know. Thanks.
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Old 08-13-2017, 12:08 PM   #2
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Re: Legal to Spear in Walker's Cay National Park?

Came across this, seems like its a MPA: BAHAMAS REEF ENVIRONMENT EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
Marine Protected Areas of The Bahamas
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Existing MPAs include:
Northwestern Bahamas
- Walker’s Cay National
Park

http://www.bahamasprotected.com/baha...e%20-BREEF.pdf
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