Florida Fishermen Catch 347-Pound Monster GrouperA team of fishermen are celebrating big after reeling in a 347-pound grouper -- a fish so large it barely fit on their boat.
Florida Boating Accidents Up In 2015Florida had 737 boating accidents last year, an increase of 103 accidents from year before.
Teenager Catches State-Record Flathead CatfishA 13-year-old boy has set a new state record for the biggest flathead catfish caught in Florida.
Rules & Safety Come First For Lobster Mini-Season In KeysDivers planning on heading south for the two day lobster mini-season this week should take some time to familiarize themselves with do's and don'ts of bug hunting in the Keys.
Remove 10 Lionfish, Get Extra Lobster During Mini-SeasonEvery year hundreds of boaters and divers take part in South Florida’s popular two-day lobster mini-season but this year, you’ll get a little something extra if you remove 10 lionfish from the water.
Coast Guard To Release Boating Safety AppWant to play it safe on the water? Now there's an app for that. This Saturday the Coast Guard will release its first boating safety app as the kickoff to this year's National Safe Boating Week.
Crazy Yellowfin Tuna Catch Captured On Camera In Florida KeysYellowfin tuna are normally a deepwater roaming fish found far offshore of land. But Sunday, a young Destin, Fla., fishing professional, vacationing in the Florida Keys, orchestrated an unorthodox catch of a yellowfin swimming lazily in a resort's shallow-water oceanside boat basin in Islamorada.
What You Need To Know Before Hitting The Water For Lobster Mini-SeasonDust off your nets and tickle sticks, South Florida, the 2014 mini-season is around the corner.
Wanted: Fishermen To Take Part In Lionfish DerbyCalling all South Florida fishermen who want to take part in an upcoming Lionfish Derby.
Safety On The Water Top Of Mind This Holiday WeekendOn a busy Labor Day Weekend, Florida Fish and Wildlife took CBS4 out on a boat to talk safety.
To Miami Surfers, Isaac Is "Super Bowl Of Surfing"One day after Isaac, while many are cleaning up, surfers were waxing up.
Boat Owners Urged To Secure Boats NowWhile it is looking more and more like South Florida will not be in the direct path of Tropical Storm Isaac, that doesn’t mean we won’t feel its effects.

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