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Fishing in Florida

If you enjoy fishing, you may be excited to learn that the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has designated several specified days throughout the year where people of all ages will be able to fish without a fishing license. The goal of designating these days is to promote fishing for both the casual fisher and the fishing enthusiasts. Whether you want to pick up a new hobby or you’ve been a season fisher for years, anyone looking to enjoy fishing can cast their lines into any of the state’s lakes, ponds, reservoirs, streams and canals.

The commission has designated June 1st and September 1st as saltwater license-free fishing, and June 8th as freshwater fishing day. These days attract people who wouldn’t normally go fishing otherwise, and have also encouraged people to purchase fishing licenses to fish in the future. Whether you’re fishing in freshwater or saltwater, a license is generally required unless you are under the age of 16.

What better way to spend your afternoon? Fishing is a great activity for anyone of any age, and it gives you the opportunity to get everyone outside to enjoy the outdoors. Dates set out by the FWC coincide with productive fishing days, where fish move into shallow areas, making them more available for fishers to catch. So where will you be fishing on these days?

Although you can’t fish at Wild Florida, you can still enjoy the beauty of natural Florida on our Everglades airboat tours! Wild Florida gives you and your family the opportunity to get away for a day while enjoying natural Florida at its finest. Enjoy our Everglades airboat tours for a wildlife adventure to remember! Book your tour today by calling us at 407-901-2563.