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From fishing clinics to license-free fishing days, FWC offers plenty of ways to get fishing

May 06, 2014 

As the weather warms and school lets out, it’s the perfect time to take up a new hobby. 

Spring means return of Spanish mackerel to north Florida waters

April 08, 2014 

They're easy to catch and aggressive fighters. 

Sailfish: State’s saltwater fish offers on-the-water excitement

March 11, 2014 

Between its aesthetic beauty and its penchant for fighting, sailfish are a recreational favorite. 

Helping your fish survive helps you

January 16, 2014 

There are plenty of things you can do to help maximize the survival of fish you plan on releasing. 

Learning more about Florida’s other blue-colored crab

December 05, 2013 

Sometimes I field calls about things I don't deal with on a daily basis. 

Hunting, fishing not so different

November 07, 2013 

Even though there are differences, there are also quite a few similarities.  

Lionfish derby offers real life experience

October 01, 2013 

We see them in places we’ve never seen them before, and there are no signs of them going away anytime soon.  

Fishing adventures await in the Dry Tortugas

July 23, 2013 

A rich history plus exceptional and exciting fishing opportunities. 

Beginner or experienced anglers can learn at a Women’s Fishing Clinic

June 17, 2013 

Because we aren’t born knowing how to tie a clinch knot. 

Understanding recreational bag limits

May 23, 2013 

These limits are a useful tool in helping protect many of our recreationally important species. 

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