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Bass management change proposed; meetings scheduled

May 21, 2014 

Meetings are May 29 in Lake Wales, June 16 in Lakeland. 

Gulf recreational red snapper season opens May 24 in state waters

May 19, 2014 

Season will remain open through July 14. 

Input sought on proposed largemouth bass-management change

May 15, 2014 

Online survey seeks opinions regarding 5-fish daily limit. 

Idle-speed, no-wake restrictions lifted on Suwannee’s Zone 1

May 14, 2014 

Deactiviation affects 39-mile segment from U.S. 90 south to S.R. 51. 

FWC makes temporary conservation-based changes to Apalachicola oyster harvest

May 13, 2014 

Changes come at request of the Franklin Co. oyster industry. 

Research biologist to receive prestigious award

May 08, 2014 

American Fisheries Society to honor Ron Taylor as a world expert on snook. 

FWC seeks public input on largemouth bass management

May 07, 2014 

Meeting scheduled for May 28 in Gainesville. 

Stone crab season closes May 16

May 07, 2014 

The season will reopen Oct. 15. 

Sign your kids up now for Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp

May 06, 2014 

Six 1-week sessions for kids 9-15 begin June 16. 

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. 

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