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Everglades Holiday Park Open Tournament

March 17th, 2013|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Tournament Fishing|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Everglades Holiday Park Open Tournament

2013 SAFER Tournament Flyer

Click the above link for the 2013 S.A.F.E.R. open tournament flyer, come out and support SAVE the canals on April 20th.

Enter the 12th annual fishing tournament on a great fishery, participating in a great cause and a fun filled day …and who knows win big […]

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South Florida Everglades Bass Fishing, the L-67A Canal, Falls Victim to Environmentalists

June 4th, 2009|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Freshwater Conservation|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on South Florida Everglades Bass Fishing, the L-67A Canal, Falls Victim to Environmentalists

By Tim Elfrink , published: June 04, 2009
Rick Persson founded a group to save the canals.
Rick Persson founded a group to save the canals.

Iron wires dangle from a boat in a cool brown river deep in the Everglades. On this breezy April morning, a few […]

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State Lawmakers Plan Sugar Land Hearing

December 10th, 2008|Categories: Florida Freshwater Conservation|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on State Lawmakers Plan Sugar Land Hearing

State lawmakers in Miami-Dade County are questioning the wisdom of the state’s planned $1.34 billion buyout of U.S. Sugar Corp.

A press release from state Rep. Juan Zapata, R-Miami, chairman of the Miami-Dade legislative delegation, said the delegation of lawmakers has serious concerns about the expense […]

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Fortune and Flame

May 22nd, 2008|Categories: Florida Freshwater Conservation|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Fortune and Flame

Why the Everglades is burning, and how we sucked it dry
By Michael Grunwald
21 May 2008
It’s hard to believe, now that it’s been overrun by 7 million residents and 7 million strip malls, but southern Florida was once America’s last frontier. As late as 1880, the census recorded just 257 […]

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