The Brexit-backing workers at the sea port of Peterhead has slapped down Nicola Sturgeon's incessant demand for independence.
Although a majority in Scotland voted to Remain, the country's fishermen federations have been a vocal critic of the European bloc.
Scotland has seen a "complete devastation" under EU fishing quotas, according to workers in the town.
However, while Scotland's natural industries have been ravaged by European Union rules, Ms Sturgeon has been busy this week globetrotting US summits with Hillary Clinton.
The country's fishermen federations have been a vocal critic of the European bloc
Scotland has seen a "complete devastation" under EU fishing quotas
The Scottish Fishermen’s Federation has already come out against independence, fearing that will lead the country to join the common fisheries policy.
In an interview with DW, the Brexit-backing fishermen said that Mrs Sturgeon did not represent them.
George Leslie, a local deckhand whose family has been involved in fishing for generations, said the town's fishing tradition had been "destroyed".
He does not trust the country's First Minister, who continues to push for another referendum while ignoring the country's dire economic figures.
In Peterhead alone, the number of fish trawlers has been depleted from a whopping 500, before the EU quotas came into force, to just 80 today.
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Sturgeon has been globe-trotting around US summits with Hillary Clinton
Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t like the fishing men. She doesn’t want to benefit us
George Leslie, deckhand
Mr Leslie continued: "Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t like the fishermen, she doesn’t want to benefit us. She is all for the oil, but the oil has finished.
"The Scottish economy is too weak to sustain an independent nation."
EU fishing quotas mean that severe restrictions are placed on how many fish can be caught by local fishermen every day.
Aaron Brown, a local fisherman, said that this quota has "devastated" communities throughout the country.
George Leslie, a local deckhand whose family has been involved in fishing for generations PM and Sturgeon feign smiles as they go to battle over referendum Wed, April 5, 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May met Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Glasgow, following the announcement that Scotland is to hold a second Independence Referendum
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British Prime Minister Theresa May meets Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Glasgow, following the announcement that Scotland is to hold a second Independence Referendum
He said: "About 60 per cent of our fleet has been scrapped to make way and accommodate Europe under the equal access resource commons."
Jimmy Buchan, a member of the country's Seafood Association, echoed these remarks.
He added all the European funding Peterhead had received was "just getting our own money back".
Mr Buchan said: "We have paid a handsome sum to be a part of this club.
"But, we must now demand that our government find new opportunities globally whether that is in Europe or not."