NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center’s Benthic Ecology Assessment and Research Unit is excited to announce the initiation of our final phase of experimental outplanting with Coral Restoration...
FWC Weekly Report for June 17 through June 23, 2016. This report represents some events the FWC handled over the past week.
Fishing gear gets better each year. There are innovative lures, more responsive rods and reels, high-tech lines, amazing electronics and on and on.
Learn how to effectively drift-fish grass flats.
Gag grouper recreational harvest will close in state waters off the coasts of Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor counties July 1, with the last day of harvest June 30.
The Florida red tide organism, Karenia brevis, was not detected in samples collected throughout Florida this week. Read the Full Report...
The Largemouth Bass is possibly the most famous freshwater sport fish in the world. This article presents the whole picture – the “101” – for catching Largemouth Bass.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is moving forward with a significant effort to conserve Florida’s most vulnerable wildlife throughout the state.
First I want to mention to all live bait anglers, that this is the time to get out your ¼ inch mesh cast nets. Read the Full Tampa Bay area Forecast for July...
One of the most successful ways to fish on the flats is to be in a kayak. Learn about the basics to get you on the water and fishing in your kayak.
Learn the basics of fly casting the "W". Turn a long day on the flats into a great day!
Ever see turtles nesting on our beaches? Here’s a list of marine turtles common to the Gulf of Mexico.
Capt. Rick Rodriguez of Sea Horse Fishing Charters reports a Grand Slam of Billfish! Check it out!
Tarpon, the silver king, is one of the most sought-after sport fishes on our coasts. It’s also a fish that requires more technical approaches. Read the 101 on when, where, and how to catch tarpon.