A Boating and Angling Guide to Flagler and St. Johns Counties A Boating and Angling Guide to Flagler and St. Johns Counties Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Logo Sport Fish Restoration Logo Wildlife Foundation Logo
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Partial funding for this project was obtained through the Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Fund.


Additional funding for this project was obtained from a Discover Florida's Oceans license tag grant through the Wildlife Foundation of Florida.
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This guide includes a map of the Nature Coast (Taylor, Dixie, and Levy counties) that depicts seagrasses, artificial reefs, parks and preserves, boat ramps open to the public, and waypoints for the Big Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail. Also featured is information on habitats and animals, popular sport fish, boating safety and protocol, and a resource directory.

The Boating and Angling Guide to the Nature Coast was produced by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI). Please address any comments to:

Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
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This guide is not intended for navigational use. For local navigation, see NOAA Charts 11407 and 11408.

This guide was designed and produced by Chris Anderson, Kathleen O’Keife, and Henry Norris, of FWC’s FWRI. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration provided partial funding for this guide. The Sport Fish Restoration Program collects money from taxes on fishing equipment and boat fuel and then distributes those funds to projects that improve fishing and boating opportunities. Additional funding was obtained from a Discover Florida’s Oceans license tag grant through the Wildlife Foundation of Florida. FWC is not responsible for omissions, misrepresentations, or factual errors.

Additional copies of this publication can be obtained from the the FWRI’s Outreach and Education’s Publications page.


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