The peak season is still in front of us, and FWC biologists have compiled a list of recommended sites for bass fishing in 2014.
With a fishing hole within 30-45 minutes of almost everyone in Florida, the hardest part might be picking your destination.
The bullseye snakehead is a nonnative freshwater fish that has made a home for itself in the southern part of Florida.
Biologists from the FWC and the Conservancy of Southwest Florida discovered the kitten while conducting research.
Proper fish identification can be a real challenge. It’s no wonder that most anglers at one time or another find themselves looking at something dangling from the end of their line and scratching their heads.
The Guana River WMA is an exceptional example of agency partnerships and user-friendliness.
More sea turtles nest on Florida’s sandy beaches than on any other U.S. coastline.
Hopefully, you’ve already started brushing up on your turkey calling, ’cause spring gobbler season is here.
Although many people may not have heard of a nictating membrane, others know it as the third eyelid, or haw.
Unless you are glued to the tube watching your favorite basketball team, March is the month you are ready to charge out on the beach piers and jetties to take part in the spring runs of Spanish mackerel, bluefish, king mackerel, cobia and tarpon.
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