Plastic Jerk Shads

By: Joe Sheaffer Looking back to my bass fishing days, one of my go-to lures was a plastic jerk shad. … Oct 31st, 2023

Mindful Fishing

by: Brendon Allen The morning sky comes alive with hues of blue and orange as the sun slowly rises above … Oct 31st, 2023

Caloosa Blueway November 2023

By: Mike Hammond It seemed like a long wait, but one of the most popular sites along the Calusa Blueway … Oct 31st, 2023

Hurricane Birds Cause a Flamboyance

For the first time in almost a century, Floridians are seeing a lot of flamingos. Blown in by Hurricane Idalia … Sep 30th, 2023


by: Tonya Wiley, Havenworth Coastal Conservation Respect-Release-Report: Guidelines for Interactions with Endangered Sawfish in the United States  Sawfish are majestic … Sep 30th, 2023

Migrating Birds on the Move

– What’s Flying Overhead and Why? It’s fall – wildlife are on the move! September means dropping temperatures, shorter days, … Sep 1st, 2023

Sharing the Shore with Coastal Birds

The “dog days of summer” are typically hot and humid in Southwest Florida, signaling the end of the tarpon run … Jul 31st, 2023

Protecting Beach Babies During Summer Angling

Summers are busy seasons in Sarasota. Visitors flock here from across the country and around the world – not only … Jun 30th, 2023

Caloosa Blueway

by: Mike Hammond I had to decide between paddling in 11 mph wind on the Caloosahatchee River or my third … Jun 30th, 2023


Earring Purchases Support Sawfish Conservation by Tonya Wiley, Havenworth Coastal Conservation There’s a new way to show off your love … May 31st, 2023