Florida Bass Conservation Center

The Florida Bass Conservation Center is at the site of the old Richloam Hatchery and is the major freshwater fish production hatchery, in the state of Florida, supplying fish such as largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, bream, triploid grass carp, striped bass and sunshine bass. The Florida Bass Conservation Center also conducts research on aquaculture methods.

Visitor's Center Is Open From 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday through Friday (Except Holidays). Please Pre-Schedule Large Groups or student Field Trips.

Address: Florida Bass Conservation Center
3583 CR 788
Webster, FL 33597 
Phone:  352/732-1225 (Region Office)
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We Need Your Help

  • Individuals can donate directly to the Wildlife Foundation of Florida and should indicate the money is for the FBCC.

  • Organizations that would like to help sponsor the FBCC should contact Amber Nabors at 850/488-0520.

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