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FWC UPDATE: Make a difference for manatees this November

November is Manatee Awareness Month and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is reminding the public that these large marine mammals are on the move.

FWC UPDATE: Fish Art Contest | Help Needed, Bobcats, River Otters and Gray Fox Sightings

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), in partnership with Wildlife Forever, is eager to announce they will host the Florida State-Fish Art Contest.

Indian Riverkeeper Update

IRK Executive Director Mike Conner joined Capt. Alex Gorichky in late-September to get a glimpse of the chronic algal bloom in the Port Canaveral region.

ST. LUCIE COUNTY ARTIFICIAL REEF UPDATE: Turning Dry Detention Areas into Wet Retention Ponds

The St. Lucie County Artificial Reef Program is currently exploring the possibility of converting dry detention areas into wet retention ponds. By doing this, nutrients and suspended sediments entering into the Indian River Lagoon can be reduced and possibly help the County receive additional nutrient removal credits.

Kiawah to Edisto Island Fishing Report For October – Capt John Ward

October is probably my favorite month to fish in the low country of South Carolina.  The shorter days and cooler …

Are you an eco-minded fishing guide?

Florida has a new program for eco-minded for-hire fishing guides.