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While conducting surveillance, Officers Stephen Wicker and Travis Basford witnessed a charter boat captain hold a pelican’s beak shut and wrap fishing line around it before letting the animal go. Moments later, they saw him do the exact same thing with another pelican, but this time, he tied a knot in the line before releasing the bird! Why? Continue reading
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*(By: Chelle Koster Walton – Courtesy of VisitFlorida.com)
This year, when the teacher asks your kids what they did on vacation, they won’t have to hang their heads, mumble and turn red. Instead, they can brag about their totally awesome adventures in Florida.
*(by Pete Thomas – Courtesy of GrindTV)
Florida’s Gulf Coast–the Panama City Beach area in particular–is fast becoming famous as a shore-based fishing destination for catching large sharks.
Last week the rare catch (and release) of a great white shark generated headlines, and only days later the controversial catch and kill of a 600-pound mako shark began to make the news and circulate via social media.
On Jan. 12th, 2015, Timothy Little caught and released a 10.38lb Spotted Bass from New Bullards Bar Reservoir (Yuba County). Luckily Tim was ready that day for this rare opportunity, as he had a certified scale on his boat and a witness! After reviewing Tim’s record application, CDFW confirmed that Little’s fish beat the 14 year old previous record of 10.25lbs taken from Pine Flat Lake (Fresno County) by Brian Shishido in 2001. Continue reading
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