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.
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Great time w home shoolers at Carl Gray today kids caught cool fish Uploaded by www.cellspin.net
Family #fishing when you recycle. May 18-19. Waste Amnesty too. Steelfield Rd Landfill.
We have new sea creatures for tomorrow’s kids #fishing event. Urchins will be up early. Come join the fun at 7am! More info
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will conclude taking public comment this Friday for the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) they are developing in preparation for possible lease sale in the Gulf of Mexico. They are interested in learning about… Read More
Come out early and have a chance to catch the big one! Prizes, Food, and plenty of family fun. I’m bringing our sea creature touch tank and some slick catch and release fishing gear. Peace Pond located at Life… Read More
Get really close to our sea creatures and explore local fishing. $5ea includes supper and program materials. Call 7846105 to register. Ask about our specials! café menu
Florida Sea Grant is a partnership with the Florida Board of Education, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Florida’s citizens, industries and governments. Bay County Marine Extension Agent, Scott Jackson, supports education programs in these areas: Artificial… Read More