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Your Drive-in Show Ticket to ICAST Today!

The 2018 ICAST IFTD Show, July 11-13 in Orlando, is your opportunity to see, touch and play with what's either new today or could be on your Christmas list [...]

July 11, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Florida, they’re killing it, one flush at a time

Florida's water management, over the decades, has produced a principality of arrogance, stupidity, and a system serving only the sugar industry and agricultural needs. [...]

June 28, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Gov. Rick Scott “addresses” FL water crisis

The blue-green algae has been carried by the discharges from Lake Okeechobee where it originated towards the coastal estuaries. [...]

June 21, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Who would defend the right to pollute?

As a nation, we need to stop Big Sugars billion dollar corporate welfare program and the horrendous environmental damage it's causing [...]

May 30, 2018 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

Wake up America, we do need clean water and vibrant fisheries

We're losing to the concept that abusing the public's land, water, fisheries, and the air are the government’s commodities and don’t belong to the people [...]

May 11, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Which FL governor candidate would be best for the Everglades?

With Scott wrapping up his second term, the question is: Which gubernatorial candidate will be the best advocate for the Everglades, the estuaries and Florida Bay? [...]

April 16, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

So this is Red Tide: an essay by Jerry Kustich

The way I see it, the St Lucie River, the Caloosahatchee River and the Everglades are all burning, we just can’t see the flames. [...]

April 12, 2018 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide

Cobia: an oft overlooked fly rod quarry

Cobia use just about the same ambush hangouts as tripletail, but their ploys are entirely dissimilar and the fight vastly different. [...]

April 3, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Critical Indian River Lagoon facing dark time – again

The seagrass beds of the lagoon which were once meadows now are disconnected small pads of grass hard to pinpoint and thinning every day. [...]

March 14, 2018 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide

Book Review: Thomas McGuane’s Cloudbursts

He started to leave, but after a moment he turned around and looked me square in the eyes and said, “I couldn’t live like that.” I’ve never forgotten it. - McGuane [...]

March 12, 2018 RECENT, Slide