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SEBRING — There will be a Lake Istokpoga Management Committee workshop to continue development of a watershed management master plan on Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Bert J Harris Jr. Agricultural Center in Conference Room 2.
To Serve as a Coalition of Freshwater Fishery Organizations and Anglers to Protect Our Rights by Providing Representation in Florida Government on Pertinent Issues that Affect Recreation and Conservation.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is providing $3.17 million in grants to 18 partners in 34 states to improve fish habitat and stem declines in native fish populations. The funding will help partners restore and enhance stream banks, remove barriers to fish passage, reduce erosion from farm and ranchlands, and address other conservation […]
The Western Native Trout Initiative (WNTI) would like to thank everyone who applied for 2015 Small Grants funding in another very competitive funding cycle. We received 18 proposals and had the unenviable task of having to choose just the top four for funding amongst many outstanding and deserving proposals. We would like to thank all […]
Thank you for considering a donation to the FLFFC, 100% of your donation and funds raised go back to protecting and preserving the rights for recreation users.
We thank you for being proactive in preserving our resources for future generations to enjoy!
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is seeking to incorporate input from anglers and other stakeholders into a new long-term Black Bass Management Plan (2010-2030). This Plan is an evolving strategy that will clearly establish Florida as the “Bass Fishing Capital of the World.”
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