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Commissioners receive Big Cypress update

December 01, 2010 

The FWC learned Wednesday that the general management plan for the Big Cypress National Preserve Addition lands is complete and has been made public.  

FWC to add youth turkey hunts, modify hog-dog hunts on public lands

December 01, 2010 

The proposed rules could affect hunting on many of the state's wildlife management areas (WMAs).  

FWC moves toward requiring hunters to report deer harvests next season

December 01, 2010 

The FWC directed its staff on Wednesday to advertise new rule proposals requiring all hunters to tag harvested white-tailed deer and report the harvest to the FWC.  

New dates proposed for many FWC-managed lands for 2011-12 hunting seasons

December 01, 2010 

The new rules could be approved for final adoption at the February 2011 Commission meeting.  

Youth conservation centers network to focus on creating the next generation that cares

December 01, 2010 

After more than a year of research and partnership development, the FWC voted to launch the next phase of the Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network. 

Wildlife area, award named after former FWC chairman

December 01, 2010 

The FWC paused during Wednesday's meeting to thank Hersey A. "Herky" Huffman for his steadfast commitment to the conservation and enjoyment of Florida's fish and wildlife resources by naming a wildlife management area after him and establishing a youth-mentoring award in his name.  

FWC passes rule to conserve quality bass on Orange, Lochloosa lakes

December 01, 2010 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved a new rule Wednesday, reducing the daily bag limit for trophy bass at Orange and Lochloosa lakes in Alachua County.  

FWC opens December meeting with recognitions

December 01, 2010 

Three sportsmen, an author, a prosecutor and an FWC law enforcement officer were recognized for their efforts.  

December's traditions include holiday hunting

December 01, 2010 

There's finally a chill and a certain festiveness in the air as most of us try to take time off from work to enjoy spending quality time with family and friends and reflect on the passing year.  

Dec. 14 meeting to provide updates on Toho hydrilla control

December 01, 2010 

Staff from the FWC will present information on the recent hydrilla herbicide applications, their results and plans regarding the adaptive approach to hydrilla control on Lake Toho for the upcoming winter and spring.  

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