A bloom of the red tide organism, Karenia brevis, has been observed in Southwest Florida along Manatee and Sarasota counties...... Read the Full Report
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One of the last frontiers in fishing exists in the Gulf of Mexico, protected by the barrier of distance from the vast majority of anglers who have now explored pretty much every fishery within easy...
FWC Weekly Report for September 02 through September 08, 2016. This report represents some events the FWC handled over the past week.
It is our collective responsibility to conserve the marine environment and maintain the biodiversity of this planet.
Mote Marine Lab is pushing the aquaculture envelope, hoping to turn Florida and the rest of the U.S. into a fertile valley of finfish.
About four years ago, Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) biologists tagged 136 trophy Largemouth Bass greater than eight pounds in Florida’s public waters.
When and why did people actually start fishing in Florida?
Part 1 - Clear or Murky Water.
NOAA Fisheries is starting to see things our way when it released a new fish Allocation Policy last week that favors adaptive management, even though many say it still isn't doing enough.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and Sea Grant have rescheduled public meetings to discuss proposed artificial reef sites in Lake Pontchartrain and Calcasieu Lake.
The future of tagging research is looking bright and it may even evolve into a new kind of fishing.
It’s time for the amazing fall circus known as the Mullet Run in southeast Florida.