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Understanding recreational bag limits

May 23, 2013 

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

Bay County fishing opportunities expanded

April 23, 2013 

62 artificial reef structures were added at 19 locations. 

Don’t get caught up in the March Madness on piers and jetties

March 14, 2013 

In crowded places where there is competition for fish and space, know the basic code of fishing ethics.  

Warm winter brings red drum action

February 19, 2013 

February is one of the slowest months - usually. 

Stay informed with newest saltwater fishing publication

January 30, 2013 

January-June recreational regs now available wherever fishing licenses are sold. 

Florida, we have a lionfish problem

November 14, 2012 

These beautiful yet venomous creatures are spreading through our waters like a bad cold. 

Fall is the time to fish, if you aren’t watching football

October 15, 2012 

Catch the big game on the radio while you’re catching big fish. 

Beat September heat by night fishing

September 17, 2012 

Even if the fish don't bite, it's an experience you can't get sitting on the couch. 

Taking amberjacks to a whole new level

August 21, 2012 

One of the strongest fish in the sea, greater amberjack have been known to break expensive rods. 

Heading to the Keys for lobster season?

July 19, 2012 

Have fun, but remember: safety first. 

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