In an effort to promote Florida as the Fishing Capital of the World, on Sept. 27 Governor Rick Scott participated in his 13th ‘Let’s Get to Work Day’ at the Florida Bass Conservation Center at the Richloam Fish Hatchery.
On Oct. 1, the FWC kicked off the new TrophyCatch program to reward anglers for catching, documenting and voluntarily releasing trophy-sized bass in Florida. The program encourages anglers to document and recycle these crown jewels of the piscatorial world.
Finally, the hot and humid days of summer are behind us and, for the first time in a while, you can get out on the water in perfect comfort.
Catching flounder is simple enough that kids often have better luck than adults.
Take the initiative to learn more about some of the simple steps you can take to protect Florida’s magnificent springs.
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