Florida Puffer Fish Identification- Watch the video now

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Florida Puffer Fish Identification- Watch the video now

Be careful what you catch in Florida.

Camo For Girls, Do they like it?

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Camo For Girls, Do they like it?

The answer is yes, Shop now for holiday Camo for Her. 

What Are the Best Fishing Lures to Use?

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What Are the Best Fishing Lures to Use?

  First, let’s start with the basics Lure Terminology There are many ways to lure in fish to your boat. Words like rigging, chumming, and luring come to mind. However, there are many varieties when it comes to lures and trying to decipher between all of them can be a confusing process. In addition, knowing when to chum as opposed to lure can be equally challenging when you are ready to catch the most fish that you can. When deciding whether you should lure or chum, you should be aware of what type of fish you are trying to catch....

UPF Clothing, how to choose sun protective clothing knowing SPF versus UPF.

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UPF Clothing, how to choose sun protective clothing knowing SPF versus UPF.
UPF measures the amount of UV radiation that can penetrate fabric and reach your skin. Sun Protection Factor, or SPF, is based on the time it takes for UV-exposed skin to redden; if you burn after 20 minutes, if used correctly, an SPF 15 sunscreen may protect your skin 15 times longer.

Things to Do on Fathers day near me? The ultimate guide to picking a fishing charter for you and your dad in Florida.

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Things to Do on Fathers day near me? The ultimate guide to picking a fishing charter for you and your dad in Florida.

    Fathers day is this Sunday, June 20th, 2021. So, what adventures can you plan for your dad as a gift on Father's Day? Fishing is a great way to get all the men in the family together, young and old. A fishing charter can give you and your boys a meaningful experience that creates priceless memories. The bonding experience between the entire crew on board, not to mention with the nature at hand, is indescribable. However, if you're new to this sport, there are some things that you should know before you go on with your trip to...

2021 Florida Scallop Season: Boundaries, Limits, & Regulations.

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2021 Florida Scallop Season: Boundaries, Limits, & Regulations.

Seasons and Harvest Zones Direct transit of legally-harvested bay scallops is allowed through closed areas. Bay scallops may only be harvested in state waters from the following zones: St. Joseph Bay and Gulf County: Aug. 16-Sept. 24. This region includes all state waters from the Mexico Beach Canal in Bay County to the westernmost point of St. Vincent Island in Franklin County. Franklin County through northwestern Taylor County (including Carrabelle, Lanark and St. Marks): July 1 through Sept. 24. This region includes all state waters from the westernmost point of St. Vincent Island in Franklin County to Rock Island near the mouth of the...

How to differentiate between Florida Pompano vs. Permit

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How to differentiate between Florida Pompano vs. Permit

Permit and Florida Pompano Identification & Regulations Top: Florida Pompano Bottom: Permit Florida PompanoCommon to 6 pounds; may reach 8 poundsFish may show yellow on throat, pelvic, and anal finsDorsal fin begins forward of anal fin 22 to 27 soft rays in dorsal fin20 to 23 soft rays in anal finHave no teeth on tongue at any sizeUp to 25" fork length PermitCommon to 40 pounds; may reach 50 poundsFish may show orange or golden tints around breast and anal finDorsal fin begins over anal fin17 to 21 soft rays in dorsal fin16 to 19 soft rays in anal finSmall permit...

Florida Saltwater Recreational Publication 2021

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Florida Saltwater Recreational Publication 2021

Click to Download The Guide This publication is provided as a guide to Florida fishing laws and regulations. The Florida Administrative Code is the final authority on fishing laws. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) strives to ensure information in this booklet is accurate, but assumes no liability for any errors that occur in this publication. Contact the FWC if you have any questions on issues not covered in this booklet. A continuously updated electronic version of this publication is available at MyFWC.com/Fishing by clicking on “Saltwater” and “Recreational Regulations.” About licenses and permits The money collected from saltwater fishing...

How Floridas Snook Permit and Tagging System Helps Snook Population.

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How Floridas Snook Permit and Tagging System Helps Snook Population.

Snook Permit Benefits Per 379.354(8)(c) of the Florida Statutes, revenue generated from the sale of snook permits is used exclusively for programs to benefit the snook population.   The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) scientists conduct research and monitoring activities focused on improving the quality of biological and fisheries data being collected on common snook to ensure that these magnificent fish continue to thrive in Florida's bays and estuaries for generations to come. Major Programs Funded by the Snook Permit fee are: Stock enhancement - Researchers are testing techniques to spawn snook in...

Name that fish and then post your biggest catch with it.

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Name that fish and then post your biggest catch with it.

Take a good look at the fish in this picture, if you can guess what it is you're in the game but you haven't won just yet. Whoever posts a photo showing off the largest catch for this fish by 5:00PM today will win their choice hat from our headwear collection. After you post your guess and your trophy photo in the comments bellow, scroll through our Headwear Collection to find the hat you will choose if you win!

2021 Saltwater Recreational Season: Atlantic State Waters Edition w/ New Regulations Now in Affect

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2021 Saltwater Recreational Season: Atlantic State Waters Edition w/ New Regulations Now in Affect

  Starting Jan. 1, 2021, anglers using hook-and-line with natural bait to target reef fish like snapper or grouper from a vessel in Atlantic state waters will be required to use non-stainless steel, non-offset circle hooks north of 28 degrees north latitude (near Melbourne) and non-stainless steel hooks south of 28 degrees north latitude. These changes are consistent with requirements in Atlantic federal waters that recently took effect and, along with emphasizing best fishing practices through educational resources and strategic messaging, will help empower anglers to conserve fisheries for the future. Non-stainless steel, non-offset circle hooks are already required when...

Catch & Release Mesures extended by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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Catch & Release Mesures extended by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has extended catch and release measures for red drum, snook, and spotted seatrout until May 31, 2021, in all waters from the Hernando/Pasco county line south through Gordon Pass in Collier County due to #redtide #Fwc #floridafishandwildlife To be clear... we are not upset about it. We know we have a lot of trophy fishers out there and while we deep down would love to be trophy fishers too, the Ocean must come first. Right now #overfishing is a serious crisis. Human beings cannot exist on earth without it the ocean. Let's do our best to...

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