FWC conducts aquatic plant control on Lake Rousseau
July 25, 2016
Awesome decals do great things for manatees, sea turtles
June 30, 2016
Florida leads the nation in family fishing and boating spots
June 24, 2016
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission honors Jarrod Molnar as 2016 Boating Officer of the Year
June 23, 2016
FWC law enforcement to participate in Operation Dry Water, national crackdown on boating under the influence
June 21, 2016
Save Your Life with an (ELB), save some money on your vessels registration at the same time.
For more information on how to save on your vessel registration, please visit the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles's Vessel Registration Information .
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The FWC's Division of Law Enforcement works to provide safe and enjoyable boating for the people of Florida and its visitors through the effective and coordinated management of our waterways. We will strive to work with all stakeholders when developing rules and making statutory recommendations. We will accomplish this by incorporating sound scientific data, reasonable public input and common sense. We will work to formulate the best solutions possible without jeopardizing our natural resources or our freedoms to navigate.
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Wildlife Alert now offers rewards for reporting marine law violations as well as boating under the influence.
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FWC Facts:Each person operating, riding on, or being towed behind a personal watercraft must wear an approved, non-inflatable Type I, II, III or V personal flotation device (PFD).
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