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The Wakulla Beach area and St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge are a hidden gem in Florida’s Big Bend region south of Tallahassee. With the cooling waters of fall, more redfish are moving into the shallows of Apalachee Bay, and the bite is heating up!
This past summer, Okaloosa County’s tourism department deployed the first fish aggregating device (FAD) buoys ever off the coast of the continental United States. Anglers are already targeting big pelagic species around the devices.
Spotted seatrout will reopen to recreational harvest Jan. 1 in the central east seatrout management zone, which includes all state and federal waters from Palm Beach through Volusia counties
When you catch the fish of a lifetime. But then your dad instincts kick in.
The information gathered during the process will help inform management of this important species for anglers. The potential for captive breeding of bonefish could become a powerful tool for conservation.
The Last Fishermen of Long Island
Otters have been helping these fishermen since the 6th century!
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