Are you looking for an evergreen shrub with showy flowers in the fall or winter? Look no further than an old Southern favorite, the camellia. Large camellias dot landscapes of historic homes throughout the Florida Panhandle, and although… Read More
Peanut butter is a great food staple providing shelf stable nutrition. Widely accepted, the average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before he/she graduates high school. Let’s keep children eating locally grown peanuts in healthy,… Read More
Want faster viewing on a mobile device? (click here) New page removes graphics that may take longer to download. The user is provided with link and opportunity enter full site and view live map when bandwith is available… Read More
Artificial Reefs Deployed Into The Gulf of Mexico – WMBB News 13 – The Panhandle’s News Leader. By Andrew Ruiz – email Bay County, Fla. – In a matter of weeks, fish, big and small will fill the nooks… Read More
Nice quick trip! Check out the reef going down. Adding to DuPont Reef field with a variety of concrete modules.
View Larger MapConfirmed Coordinates are: REEFNAME Bearing Deg Distance nm LON DDMM.MMM LAT DDMM.MMM DuPont Module -1 219.6 10.8 -8550.851 2958.917 DuPont Module -2 218.2 10.5 -8550.519 2958.918 DuPont Module -3 219.8 11.0 -8551.006 2958.782 DuPont Module -4… Read More
We need your help in monitoring and protecting these valuable resources. At the end of your diving or fishing trip please complete a short reef survey. You can also send us pictures and video through the reef comment form (click… Read More
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Red snapper season in the Gulf of Mexico runs from June 1 to July 10. Florida Sea Grant Bay County marine extension agent Scott Jackson and Les Harrison of Wakulla County IFAS Extension offer some tips to make the most of your two-fish-per-day bag limit.