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FWC Report

During the week of March 29 through April 4, Officers Lipford and Gerber were on patrol in Gulf County and checking wild turkey hunters when they observed one individual hunting within 100 yards of a game feeding station with bait present. The individual was issued the appropriate citation. During the week of April 5 through…

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FWC Report

During the week of March 29 through April 4, Officers Lipford and Gerber were on patrol in Gulf County and checking wild turkey hunters when they observed one individual hunting within 100 yards of a game feeding station with bait present. The individual was issued the appropriate citation. During the week of April 5 through…

Applications for alligator harvest permits now open
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Applications for alligator harvest permits now open

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission offers two alligator harvest opportunities: the Statewide Alligator Harvest Program and the new Alligator Super Hunt.  Applications for both opportunities opened last week and may be submitted at any county tax collector’s office, license agent or online at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com.  Random drawings are held to distribute all available alligator…

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FWC Report

During the week of March 29 through April 4, Officers Lipford and Gerber were on patrol in Gulf County and checking wild turkey hunters when they observed one individual hunting within 100 yards of a game feeding station with bait present. The individual was issued the appropriate citation. During the week of April 5 through…

Update: Sheriff releases name of man found dead at Mill Pond
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Update: Sheriff releases name of man found dead at Mill Pond

Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith has released the name of the man whose body was found floating Monday afternoon by law enforcement officials in Apalachicola’s Mill Pond, just off Scipio Creek. In a Facebook post, the sheriff said the body has been identified at that of Derwin Black, 22. He said Black had lived in…

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FWC Report

During the week of March 29 through April 4, Officers Lipford and Gerber were on patrol in Gulf County and checking wild turkey hunters when they observed one individual hunting within 100 yards of a game feeding station with bait present. The individual was issued the appropriate citation. During the week of April 5 through…

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FWC Report

During the week of March 29 through April 4, Officers Lipford and Gerber were on patrol in Gulf County and checking wild turkey hunters when they observed one individual hunting within 100 yards of a game feeding station with bait present. The individual was issued the appropriate citation. During the week of April 5 through…