Commission approves 70-day recreational red snapper season in Gulf state waters
April 16, 2015
FWC moves forward with comprehensive draft bear management rules
April 15, 2015
FWC approves changes to the spiny lobster commercial dive endorsement
Commission approves several changes to the commercial restricted species endorsement
FWC to meet April 14-16 in Tallahassee
April 07, 2015
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