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FWC arrests North Miami man accused of making false statement about boating accident

April 29, 2010 

Investigators with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Division of Law Enforcement arrested a North Miami man Thursday, charging him with filing a false statement, a second-degree misdemeanor. 

FWC wraps up 2-day meeting near Tallahassee

April 29, 2010 

Commissioners tackled numerous issues at the Florida Public Safety Institute.  

FWC approves changes to ballyhoo fishery rules

April 29, 2010 

Fishermen harvest ballyhoo with lampara nets, sell them to recreational anglers for use as bait. 

FWC gives more protection to bonefish

April 29, 2010 

Bonefish must be landed in whole condition to help officers in the field identify bonefish and aid in enforcement of bag and size limits. 

FWC approves rule to help oyster harvesters

April 29, 2010 

Rule will help harvesters adjust to pending new restrictions on time they are allowed to harvest and transport oysters on the water. 

FWC assists with oil spill response

April 29, 2010 

Commissioners hear report on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. 

Gulf red snapper recreational season set

April 29, 2010 

Recreational harvest season for Gulf of Mexico state waters to be consistent with season in Gulf federal waters.  

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Falconry as a sport goes back 5,000 years. There are only about 5,000 falconers in the United States. 100 are in Florida.

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