City Fisher, by John Cimbaro

Florida Freshwater Angler

formerly know as:

The City Fisher

VolumeDateKeywordsSpecial Insert
Volume 49 PDF

Apr-Jun 2013

TrophyCatch, Largemouth bass, Fishing with your phone Fish identification
Volume 48 PDF

Jul-Sep 2012

Florida gar, Braided line, Holiday Park, Sport fish quiz Basic lake management
Volume 47 PDF

Jan-Mar 2012

Black Bass Management Plan, Channel catfish, Fish tagging study, Snake Creek (C-9) Canal, Everglades Decomp project Freshwater bait & tackle
shop finder
Volume 46 PDF Oct-Dec 2011 Spotted sunfish, Grass shrimp, Interview: John Cassady (Monofilament Recycling) Invertebrate identifier
Volume 45 PDF Jul-Sep 2011 Chain pickerel, Tamiami (C-4) Canal,
Florida fly box, Sport Fish Restoration
Roof racks for anglers
Volume 44 PDF Jan-Mar 2011 Bluegill, Getting children back to nature,
FWC Big Catch Program
Small boats
Volume 43 PDF Oct-Dec 2010 Black Bass Management Plan, Coded wire tags, Sunshine bass, Pond management Fishing plastic worms
Volume 42 PDF Jul-Sep 2010 Angler education, Fish intelligence, FWC social media Snake identifier
Volume 41 PDF Apr-Jun 2010 Boat ramp locator, Cold kill, Black Bass Plan survey Topwater lures Part 2
Volume 40 PDF Jan-Mar 2010 Lake Osborne, Think like a fish, Black Bass Management Plan proposal Topwater lures Part 1
Volume 39 PDF Oct-Dec 2009 Exotic fish poster, New saltwater license, Turtles frogs crayfish & molluscs Picking a fishing rig
Volume 38 PDF Jul-Sep 2009 Anglers' Legacy, Marsh-canal relationships, De-barbing hooks

Minnow and baitfish IDer

Volume 37 PDF Apr-Jun 2009 Sport Fish Restoration, Fish prey size selection, Sick fish Wade fishing
Volume 36 PDF Jan-Mar 2009 Catfish angling, Creel surveys, Molluscs Tiny lures
Volume 35 PDF Oct-Dec 2008 Bream angling, Kayak fishing, Fish mouths Netting bait

 

Older back issues in PDF PDF format are available upon request by emailing John Cimbaro. There is a City Fisher Index PDF through Issue 34 to help you select which back issues may be of interest.



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The FWC is lead manager or landowner on about 1.1 million acres of Florida's Wildlife Management Area (WMA) system. More than 5.8 million acres of land are open for public hunting.

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