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  • Sawfish: What to do when you accidentally hook one

    Monday, February 10, 2020 -  Do not pull it out of the water and do not try to handle it. Refrain from using ropes or restraining the animal in any way, and never remove the saw.
  • Seatrout Held By Angler

    With temperatures dropping, can you handle the fish?

    Friday, December 6, 2019 -  While many anglers sing the praises of Florida’s warmer fishing months, seasoned anglers know that winter can offer great fishing opportunities for some of the state’s most sought-after fish species. As the temperatures drop, you’ll spot many anglers, including veteran kayak angler Stephen Stubbs, following spotted seatrout to fresher water, where the fish congregate in large schools.
  • Caught a mackrel in a kayak

    From tarpon to bass, there’s nothing off limits when kayak fishing

    Tuesday, September 10, 2019 -  Kayaks are nimble, less expensive than most motorized boats and provide access to places even the best casts from land just can’t reach.
  • State Waters Map

    How Florida’s saltwater fishing management boundaries came to be

    Wednesday, March 6, 2019 -  When you are on a boat, it’s hard to imagine boundaries. The sea is the sea. Wave after wave, it all looks the same. Above-water landmarks are few and far between. There are no signs that say, “now entering federal waters.”
  • Cockle Shell

    Winter is a perfect time for the beach and for collecting seashells

    Thursday, January 3, 2019 -  Maybe it’s because less people are on the beach, or maybe it’s the cold weather and winter storms washing them ashore, but the beach always seems full of seashells and other great finds during the winter months.
  • Catch a Florida Memory when you go saltwater fishing this summer

    Tuesday, June 12, 2018 -  Catch a Florida Memory programs are not only fun and rewarding, but they also promote fisheries conservation. Anglers are encouraged to target a diversity of species to help decrease fishing pressure on the most sought-after fishes.