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Gulf Red Snapper Season On Hold until June 1

Gulf Red Snapper Season On Hold until June 1 {sidebar id=3}The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reminds anglers that the recreational harvest season for red snapper in Gulf of Mexico waters has changed.  The open season
   

Oyster Harvesting in Apalachee Bay Now Open on Saturdays

Oyster Harvesting in Apalachee Bay Now Open on SaturdaysFlorida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles H. Bronson and Chairman Rodney Barreto of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) announced Friday that the summer oyster harvesting areas in the Apalachicola Bay System
   

FWC Removes Junked, Abandoned Vessels from State's Waters

FWC Removes Junked, Abandoned Vessels from State's WatersFWC Removes Junked, Abandoned Vessels from State's Waters “This one will cost $20,000 to remove,” Lt. David Dipre, state derelict vessel coordinator for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) estimated. “Maybe
   

Thomasville Fishermen Bring in the Big Ones Off Shell Point

Thomasville Fishermen Bring in the Big Ones Off Shell PointWilliams Investments Manager Larry Harmon and Tony Pope of Osceola Plantation in Thomasville, Ga. had a great day of fishing off-shore as guests of Major Alan Lamarche, Plantation Security Inc. In addition to the fish below, they also caught and
   

FWC Rescues Stranded Residents in Madison County

FWC Rescues Stranded Residents in Madison County Three people are safe today after Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) officers rescued them Monday from the flooded Withlacoochee River. FWC Lt. Bruce Cooper said an FWC helicopter
   

Anglers Help Biologists Make Big Strides in Tarpon Research

Anglers Help Biologists Make Big Strides in Tarpon Research Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute and Mote Marine Laboratory continue to gather valuable tarpon information
   

Biologists Rescue Tiny Manatee Calf in Levy County

Biologists Rescue Tiny Manatee Calf in Levy CountyBiologists Rescue Tiny Manatee Calf in Levy County Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute rescued a small female manatee calf from the Withlacoochee River in Yankeetown on
   

Fish Buster's Bulletin: Bass are On the Beds and On Our Minds

Fish Buster's Bulletin:  Bass are On the Beds and On Our Minds FISH BUSTERS’ BULLETIN             Bass are On the Beds and On Our Minds Spring is here, and the bass are on their beds.  The males have been fanning out beds on firm
   

Mallard Ducklings Don't Make Good Easter Presents

Mallard Ducklings Don't Make Good Easter PresentsMallard Ducklings Don’t Make Good Easter Presents With Easter approaching, many parents contemplate purchasing mallard ducklings as gifts for their children.  The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) suggests buying
   

Fish Buster's Bulletin: Fishing Forecasts for 2010 (by Bob Wattendorf)

Fish Buster's Bulletin:  Fishing Forecasts for 2010 (by Bob Wattendorf) FISH BUSTERS’ BULLETIN             Fishing Forecasts for 2010 It is that time of year again. Freshwater anglers are taking advantage of the last of the winter crappie action
   

DEP Encourages Boaters to Safeguard Florida's Seagrasses

DEP Encourages Boaters to Safeguard Florida's Seagrasses {sidebar id=3}The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Northwest District is working to protect Florida’s important seagrass communities through successful restoration
   

FWC Responds to Widespread Cold-Weather Saltwater Fish Kills

FWC Responds to Widespread Cold-Weather Saltwater Fish Kills The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has issued executive orders to protect Florida’s snook, bonefish and tarpon fisheries from further harm caused by the recent
   

Bats Driving You Batty? Now Is the Time to Act

Bats Driving You Batty?  Now Is the Time to ActBats Driving You Batty?  Now Is the Time to Act Bats are beautiful because, most of the time, they make life for humans much easier. They are the most important controller of night-flying insects. Experts with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
   

Catch and Release Fishing Still Allowed for Snook, Bonefish and Tarpon

Catch and Release Fishing Still Allowed for Snook, Bonefish and Tarpon While the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) recently issued an executive order on Jan. 15, which temporarily extends closed harvest seasons for snook statewide
   

FWC Offers Free Freshwater Fishing Weekend

FWC Offers Free Freshwater Fishing WeekendFWC Offers Free Freshwater Fishing Weekend The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has designated April 4 and 5 as free freshwater fishing weekend.  This allows both residents and nonresidents of any age to fish in public
   

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