Sport Fish Restoration Publications and Web sites

General Sport Fish Restoration (SFR) Publications

  • Mark Sosin Videos
  • Sport Fish Restoration Adobe PDF (Saltwater Focus)
  • Value Returned (Freshwater Focus) (For this, contact the Division of Freshwater Fisheries at 850-617-9495)
  • Boater's Guides
  • Catch & Release Brochures
  • Fishing Lines Magazine
  • Fish Identification Posters

Please contact the Division of Marine Fisheries Management Outreach and Education at (850) 487-0554 for information on obtaining a copy of the items listed above.

SFR Websites

National Sport Fish and Wildlife Restoration Programs
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

National Survey (Every 5-years compares fishing, hunting and boating in all 50 states based on participation and economic impacts)
Apportionments (Shows how much money Florida and other states receive)

75th Anniversary of Federal Aid in Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
FWC News Releases
Marine Fisheries
Freshwater Fisheries
Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

Boating (Boat Ramp Finder)


Fishing License Information

MyFWC.com/License

Artificial Reefs
Artificial Reef Locator
Reef Ball Foundation
Eternal Reefs
Guidelines for Marine Artificial Reef Materials

 

Technical SFR Publications

Check out the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute's Research Information Center for information on technical publications prior to 2000.

  • Taylor, R.G., J.A. Whittington, H.J. Grier, R.E. Crabtree. Age, growth, maturation, and protandric sex reversal in common snook, Centropomis undecimalis, from the east and west coasts of South Florida. Fisheries Bulletin 98:612-624(2000).
  • Taylor, R.G., J.A. Whittington, D. Haymans. Catch-and-release mortality rates of common snook in Florida. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:70-75(2001).





FWC Facts:
The Marine Fisheries Stock Enhancement program breeds and rears game fish and mollusks for release into marine waters and evaluates the use of hatchery-reared animals.

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