The Lionfish invasion of the Carribean may just now be reaching St. Croix but the voracious predator is already firmly established in the Bahamas. To deal with the growing menace in the Bahamian islands, a new organization called the Lionfish Hunters has been created to teach recreational divers and spearfishermen how to catch, handle and cook lionfish. The video above shows a couple daring would-be lionfish hunters spearing and preparing Lionfish. Although the participants are initially reluctant about the meal they have prepared, a quick taste test reveals that Pterois volitans is really good eatin’ and that it tastes just like chicken. If the lionfish can go from first sighting to dinner fare in less than a decade, it’s not out of the question that another ten years we’ll all be eating McLionfish sandwiches.