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Early Summer Success

Jun 02, 17 Early Summer Success

Posted by in Featured Stories

By:  Capt. Jason Prieto • 813-727-9890  June is here already and what a year thus far it has been. We had one of the warmest winters on record but the wind in May just seem to keep blowing causing a change in the fish patterns.  June marks the start of summer and while it might be hot, I like to enjoy the consistent light winds...

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Atlantic snook to close in state and federal waters

Jun 02, 17 Atlantic snook to close in state and federal waters

Posted by in Celebration

Media contact: Amanda Nalley, 850-410-4943 or Amanda.Nalley@MyFWC.com The recreational harvest of snook in Atlantic state and federal waters will close on June 1. Snook is also currently closed for harvest in Gulf of Mexico state and federal waters, and will reopen for harvest in Atlantic and Gulf state and federal waters Sept....

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‘Inferno’ coleus has stunning orange foliage of perfection

Jun 02, 17 ‘Inferno’ coleus has stunning orange foliage of perfection

Posted by in Celebration, Gardening, Landscaping

By Norman Winter There is an ‘Inferno’ of color this spring coming from a coleus that racked up quite a number of perfect scorecards. ‘Inferno’ hasn’t been out long, but already it has heads turning, especially when you consider that it was total perfection in University of Georgia, University of Tennessee and Michigan...

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UF researchers offer tips on keeping black bears away

Jun 02, 17 UF researchers offer tips on keeping black bears away

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By: Beverly James, 352-273-3566, beverlymjames@ufl.edu GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Imagine eating 38 Big Macs in one day. That’s what a black bear can consume – up to 20,000 calories a day. And, the animals are known to scavenge for food wherever they can find it, including garbage cans and bird feeders. Now, researchers with the...

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