Tag Archives: Lake Okeechobee

South Florida News: Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration

Everglades Restoration

Sportfishing Industry Encourages Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) supports efforts being made on the federal and state levels to address Florida’s water quality issues that can have an impact on fisheries habitat and management. A record-breaking amount …

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Free Charters: No Experience Necessary!

Cap'n Fatty Goodlander: Free Charters: No Experience Necessary

My wife and I live a life of splendid isolation aboard our 43-foot ketch Ganesh—a cruising life so wonderful I totally forgot how awful penny-pinching dirt dwellers can be. Stupidly, I invited an old acquaintance, Tony Chutzpah of Fort Liquordale, …

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Letters to the Editor: We Hear You…

Editor, I read with interest “Florida’s Estuaries Are Drowning” by Glenn Hayes.  I grew up in Ft. Pierce during the 60’s & 70s, fishing, sailing, living by, and paying rather close attention to the Indian River Lagoon. If I were …

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Florida’s Estuaries Are Drowning

Water is the life-blood of Florida. The state is surrounded by pristine coastal waters and boasts magnificent estuaries that are teeming with fish and wildlife. Its delicate and spectacular springs, aquifers and many lakes are a draw for visitors. But …

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