Tag: scalloping

Recreational Scalloping Season 2019

Scallops nestled in seagrass

Recreational bay scallop season is quickly approaching! Thousands of residents and visitors will flock to the shallow coastal areas of Florida’s Big Bend to go scalloping and seek out their limit of the sweet and tasty meat. Recreational… Read More

Follow the Big Bend Shellfish Trail

Big Bend Shellfish Trail signs in Steinhatchee

  Shellfish in Florida’s Big Bend Shellfish harvest and consumption in Florida is an important facet of the maritime heritage of many coastal towns. The Florida Big Bend has several towns that still harbor local shellfish fisheries. These… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Bay Scallop Population and Recreational Fishery Monitoring

Amy Oxton

NCBS Intern Report written by Amy Oxton, with Steve Geiger and Jennifer Granneman from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation. What did my summer internship consist of? Everything scallops. This summer I had the honor of interning with the Nature… Read More

New Recreational Scalloping Resource

A boat and the text Scalloping Best Practices

Scalloping – From the Boat to Your Plate Scallop season is still going strong in the Nature Coast! But did you know there is a lot more to scalloping than just finding the scallops? There’s a lot to… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Sustainable Boating and Scalloping in the Nature Coast

Alec Cronin in Three Sisters Spring

NCBS Intern Report by Alec Cronin, Intern with UF IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station’s Dr. Savanna Barry Seagrass, seagrass, seagrass (and scallops). Seagrass Seagrass Seagrass. Let this permeate your mind till all you think about is that sweet, sweet… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Human Dimensions of Scalloping and Boating in Florida’s Nature Coast

interns Alec and Kimberly kayaking in Three Sisters Springs

NCBS Intern Report by: Kimberly Magee, Intern with UF IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station and Dr. Savanna Barry The Dynamic Intern Duo Many people who have worked with the public probably have a pretty bleak opinion of people. However,… Read More