By BOB McCLURE SEMINOLE – If all goes well, fishing in Lake Seminole should be noticeably better in about a year. As part of a continuing effort to revitalize the 700-acre lake, officials from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission released 19,000 largemouth bass fingerlings May 28 along the lake’s eastern shore. The 3-month-old […]

By Kevin Lollar • June 1, 2008 This week a team from Florida Gulf Coast University planted 360 shoots of the aquatic grass vallisneria, also known as tape grass and eel grass, in shallow water on the southwest side of the 1,500-acre lake near Immokalee. Over the summer, the team will plant several thousand vallisneria […]

Steve Waters | Outdoors Writer – June 1, 2008 The issue of Everglades Holiday Park becoming a Broward County park doesn’t have to be an issue at all. Not if the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission doesn’t want it to be. Everglades Holiday Park is a popular spot for anglers, motorcyclists, duck hunters and […]