As the Fishing Capitol of the World, Florida’s reefs are precious to anglers as home to a diverse array of sportfish.
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Keep Florida the Fishing Capital of the World!
Is the South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council heading down the same road as the Gulf of Mexico?
The National Park Service has announced a plan to lock fishermen out of over 10,000 acres of public water.
Are you prepared for massive NO FISHING ZONES?
For the last 30+ years, people have been talking about how to “re-plumb” the Everglades.
Federal mismanagement of the Gulf of Mexico red snapper fishery has led to shortened seasons, in-fighting, and controversy.
The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is currently developing changes to its General Management Plan that may significantly impact recreational fishing access.
For two consecutive weekends, recreational anglers fishing federal waters of the South Atlantic, will be able to keep one red snapper per angler per day.
While federal fisheries law (the Magnuson-Stevens Act) has been successful in preventing overfishing, it has never been adapted to fit recreational fishing.
American Sportfishing Association, Keep Florida Fishing Host Florida U.S. Senate Candidate Forum at World’s Largest Sportfishing Trade Show (ORLANDO, Fla.)...
Landmark Fisheries Reform Takes Major Step Toward Becoming Law