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Boating restrictions deactivated on Zone 5 of Suwannee River

June 10, 2014 

Idle-speed, no-wake no longer in effect for 32-mile segment. 

Boating restrictions deactivated on Zone 4 of Suwannee River

June 05, 2014 

Idle-speed, no-wake no longer in effect for 51-mile stretch. 

Boating restrictions lifted on Zone 3 of Suwannee River

May 29, 2014 

23-mile stretch no longer idle-speed, no-wake. 

FWC deactivates Zone 2 boating restrictions on Suwannee River

May 22, 2014 

18-mile stretch no longer idle-speed, no-wake. 

Idle-speed, no-wake restrictions lifted on Suwannee’s Zone 1

May 14, 2014 

Deactiviation affects 39-mile segment from U.S. 90 south to S.R. 51. 

Idle-speed, no-wake restrictions on Suwannee River’s Zone 1

April 16, 2014 

4 of 5 zones now activated due to high water. 

FWC lifts restrictions on Suwannee River’s Zone 3

April 03, 2014 

Idle-speed, no-wake lifted for 23-mile stretch as floodwaters recede. 

Boating restricted on Suwannee River’s Zone 4

March 27, 2014 

51-mile segment is now idle-speed, no-wake zone. 

Idle-speed, no-wake zone activated on Suwannee River

March 26, 2014 

Boaters encouraged to stay off Suwannee-Santa Fe system until conditions improve. 

Idle-speed, no-wake zone activated on stretch of Santa Fe River

March 19, 2014 

32-mile zone will stay in effect until water level recedes below 17 feet. 

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