Have an itch to go freshwater fishing today but don’t have a license? Don’t worry, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation is granting you a license-free freshwater fishing all-day Saturday.
Fishing in the Keys went awry for a Cape Coral man after a Lemon shark bite left him airlifted to a Miami hospital.
Boaters fishing in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico this weekend, and for the next 44-days, can hook and bring in red snapper—but there are limits.
There are records for everything – just read the Guinness Book of World Records. Kelly Gestring, however, owns a record he never expected to attain…and the state biologist who monitors invasive freshwater fish wasn’t exactly thrilled about it.
Charter boat fishing can be fun if you are out with Capt. Chase Camacho, Capt. Bouncer Smith, Capt. Dave Kostyo, Capt. Kerry Wingo and Capt Chris Johnson who can you land the big ones.
Some of the best fishing spots not many people are aware of can be found off the Seven Mile Bridge, the ocean from Haulover Inlet to Government Cut, Government Cut, Key Biscayne and Dumbfoundling Inlet.
South Florida boaters and divers are taking to the water in big numbers Wednesday and Thursday as Florida’s highly anticipated lobster mini-season gets underway.
It’s time to melt some butter and grab your lobster bib. It’s nearly time for Florida’s annual lobster mini-season which means your office may be a bit short of staff for the next couple of days.
Wednesday and Thursday, you may notice your job or office is a bit short on staff. At the stroke of midnight on Wednesday, July 25th, thousands of South Florida divers will hit the water for Florida’s annual lobster mini-season.
Got a great story about the big one that didn’t get away? The state’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wants to hear from you.