Florida Keys Anglers Air Their Concerns to the FWC

Florida Keys [anglers] residents spoke out on dolphin fish harvests, lobster bully-netting, lionfish problems and grouper seasons when meeting with state fishery managers last summer. Wednesday in Panama City Beach, board members of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will consider whether to act...
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Regular Lobster Season Opens

Commercial lobster fishermen can make their first harvests Thursday as the most economically important fishery in the Florida Keys opened. The Keys fleet started dropping about 350,000 wooden lobster traps last weekend in a "soak period" before the eight-month season opens. "What's going to happen...
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The Basics to Kayak Lobstering

This article isn't specific about the Florida Keys but most of the information matches what you would do here. Once lobster season rolls around in Florida, the excitement [for Kayak Lobstering] couldn’t be any more on fire. Being the popular thing to do (with a...
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