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FWC seeks crocodile response agents for the Upper Keys

October 16, 2014 

Part-time position. Hours vary with season and call volume. 

Hunter safety course in Monroe County

October 14, 2014 

Oct. 19 in Key Largo. 

Stone crab season opens Oct. 15 in state, federal waters

October 08, 2014 

Season to remain open through May 15. Regulations are the same in state, federal waters. 

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop in West Palm Beach

October 08, 2014 

Oct. 31 - Nov. 2 at Everglades Youth Conservation Camp. 

Another good year for sea turtles nesting in Florida

October 08, 2014 

Loggerhead nest numbers remain high; leatherbacks reached state new record. 

Free Kids’ Fishing Clinic promises day of learning, fun

October 07, 2014 

Oct. 11 at Naples City Pier in Naples. 

FWC now manages campgrounds on Grassy Point

October 07, 2014 

Northwest Florida Water Mgt. District recently donated the parcel to FWC. 

Largemouth bass management subject of Oct. 22 meeting

October 03, 2014 

At the Palm Bay Bass Pro Shops from 6-8 p.m. 

TrophyCatch builds on success, launches season 3

October 03, 2014 

More than $200,000 worth of individual prizes will be awarded for season 2, thanks to TrophyCatch’s valued corporate partners. 

Patrolling, protecting, preserving: yesterday, today, tomorrow

October 02, 2014 

Though there have been many developments in the management of Florida’s natural resources, the goals have remained quite similar. 

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Four species of black bass occur in Florida's fresh waters. The most popular is the Florida largemouth bass, which can grow to larger than 20 pounds.

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