- FWC Announces 2013 Python Challenge
- Eat That Jack
- Snapper Fishing Florida Keys Bridges
- The Chill on Peacock Bass
- Lionfish and Ciguatera? So Much for Dinner
- FWC Poll on Extending Scallop Season
- Mako Shark Chomps Dolphin
- Spoil Island Camping and Fishing
- College Kayak Fishing (CKF) Competition
- A Glimpse into the Covert World of FWC investigations
Michael Lee is caught literally behind the scenes as he films another segment of the all-new Florida Sportsman Best Boat series.This shoot features the 24-foot Bay Boats, captured off Marco Island, FL. In the lineup are Blue-Wave, Everglades and EdgeWater.
The commercial and recreational harvest of stone crab claws in Florida closes on May 16, with the last day of harvest on May 15. This closure occurs each year during the species’ peak spawning season to help protect and sustain Florida’s valuable stone crab resource.
Scientists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) have uncovered a new species of black bass in the southeastern United States. Scientists have proposed naming the new species the Choctaw bass and recommended the scientific name ofMicropterus haiaka.
Spoil the reed and spare the fish. Let’s face it. Dropping even the smallest anchor in a tidal creek or wilderness canal can turn off the fish. Whether it’s the splash, or simply because fish sense your presence, they can be frightened by anchors, particularly in tight quarters.
If you haven’t been seeing the quantity or quality of game you’d like, you may want to consider applying for a special-opportunity hunt. For the past 16 years, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has offered these unique fall-season hunts for deer, wild hog and released quail on the best of the state’s public hunting lands. Maybe it’s time you look into getting in on the action and experience the hunt of a lifetime.
Women are invited to explore the finest of fishing at the next “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” seminar, hosted May 10-12 at the Pirates Cove Resort & Marina, 4307 SE Bayview St. in Stuart. “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” is a national organization dedicated to attracting more women to sport fishing and promoting conservation and responsible angling.
Here’s your chance to show your fly casting abilities. Salt or Fresh water and support for our local wounded warriors. All proceeds from this event will stay locally to help our veterans in Our Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing programs here in NW Florida.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will host a free hunter safety course on May 4 and 5 from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Students will learn about hunting laws, safe gun handling and hunter ethics/responsibility, among other topics, before taking the final test. The course also includes live-firing instruction on a shooting range.
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