Spread holiday cheer with manatee, sea turtle decals
December 04, 2013
December filled with holiday hunting traditions
December 02, 2013
FWC continues cooperative efforts on fishery management in Biscayne National Park
November 25, 2013
Gag grouper recreational harvest closes in most Gulf waters in early December
Snook harvest seasonal closure in Gulf starts Dec. 1
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Unless exempt, a saltwater fishing license is required to attempt to take bay scallops. The resident saltwater shoreline license and the food stamp exemption are not valid when swimming or diving. A dive flag is also required if snorkeling or diving.
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