#WhoTaughtYou
9/28/18
We encourage fellow conservationists to show appreciation for how they got involved in hunting, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, birding, hiking, or other outdoor recreational activities. To share a memory from the outdoors, post a picture to social media with #WhoTaughtYou.

Florida has abundant outdoor recreational opportunities. The state boasts public access to a wide array of hunting, fishing, boating and wildlife viewing activities. It is the Fishing Capital of the World and has one of the largest wildlife management area systems in the country.


9/22/18
Support conservation while having fun this National Hunting and Fishing Day, celebrating #WhoTaughtYou

#WhoTaughtYou
Family, friend, or mentor? Every angler and hunter learns from someone else. Post a pic and tag #WhoTaughtYou on your social media to thank that person today!

Thanks to all of our hunters and anglers who buy licenses and provide important financial support. These conservationists contribute most of the money needed to keep our wild places wild. National Hunting and Fishing Day is Saturday, but we celebrate it each and every day here in the Sunshine State. Keep spreading the love of the outdoors by teaching others.


9/18/18

Florida has abundant outdoor recreational opportunities. The state boasts public access to a wide array of hunting, fishing, boating and wildlife viewing activities. It is the Fishing Capital of the World and has one of the largest wildlife management area systems in the country. You can celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 22 by enjoying all the state has to offer, and make a difference, as well.

The FWC encourages fellow conservationists to show appreciation for how they got involved in hunting, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, birding, hiking, or other outdoor recreational activities. To share a memory from the outdoors, post a picture to social media with #WhoTaughtYou.

In 1972, Congress established the fourth Saturday in September as a special day to honor hunters and anglers for their leadership in conserving America’s fish, wildlife and wild places by continually participating in these outdoor sports and by ensuring that their licenses remain valid. This group is a valuable part of natural resource conservation – and you can be, too.
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