The circular tracks shown at the foot of this leaning surfboard
are evidence that chairs are not the only problem.
Image Credit: Sea Turtle Conservation League of Singer Island
FWC Facts:Snook are ambush feeders, often hiding behind bridge pilings, rocks and other submerged structures to surprise their prey.
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