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Fish attractors

October 01, 2013 

Have you ever been fishing and wished there was a sign saying right where the fish are? 

Florida Youth Conservation Centers on a roll; join the momentum

August 29, 2013 

Leaders, volunteers, partners, donors have worked together to turn a bold idea into reality. 

Volunteers help promote youth fishing

August 01, 2013 

We are fortunate to have numerous dedicated individuals who want to share their love for nature and outdoor recreation. 

An electrifying way to study fish

July 01, 2013 

Biologists use electrofishing to temporarily stun and collect fish for scientific analyses. 

Anatomy of a fish kill

June 03, 2013 

Many are a matter of nature taking its course. 

Angler-recognition programs enhance pleasure

May 01, 2013 

The FWC is ready to help commemorate and immortalize your memories.  

April brings great fishing before May flowers

April 01, 2013 

All across the state, anglers have reported great catches of a variety of freshwater fishes. 

Small lakes can offer big incentives

March 14, 2013 

Great catches are possible in Lake Gibson, in Polk County; Alligator Lake, Columbia County; Lake Baldwin, Orange County; Lake Osborne, Palm Beach County; and Merritt’s Mill Pond, Jackson County. 

Angling ethics, common sense linked

February 01, 2013 

They contribute to every angler’s safety, success and enjoyment, as well as the future of our sport. 

Lake Istokpoga nursed to lunker locker

January 03, 2013 

The 28,000-acre lake in Highlands Co. yielded an estimated 1,000 bass topping 8 lbs. in less than a year. 

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FWC Facts:
The sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) is Florida's official saltwater fish.

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