FWC redfish regulatory overhaul set for July vote

FWC redfish regulatory overhaul set for July vote

A creative overhaul of the state’s redfish regulations is back before the public as the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) staff tweak specifics on the way to a final vote on the regulatory package at the Commission’s July meetings in Jacksonville.

FWC recently spent two weeks covering the state, holding information sessions with members of the public. However, should you have been unable to attend one of these meetings, FWC has presentations on YouTube tailored to each region of the state.

The new rule would reorganize redfish management regions from three to nine. The Northeast Florida region goes from Nassau County in the north to New Smyrna Beach in the south, splitt...

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