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Caring For Your Hunting Dog

From tracking to retrieving to simple companionship in the woods, a hunter’s dog is an irreplaceable part of the experience. Hunting dogs have unique jobs that require specialized care. Keeping your best friend happy and healthy will ensure they are ready for the big trophies for years to come. Keep your dogs up-to-date on heartworm […]

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Capturing Wild Florida through His Lens

OUR HOME – Old Florida by Alan Maltz Fine Art Photographer Alan Maltz always had an eye for beauty, no matter the location or subject. But while visiting the Florida Keys from upstate New York, he knew his heart had found its home. Literally. He visited the residence of then-President Nixon’s helicopter pilot, had a […]

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The Beginner’s Guide To Kayak Fishing

Since its introduction in the early aughts, kayak fishing has exploded in popularity — and with good reason. During the pandemic alone, kayak sales ballooned to $405 million dollars in a 12-month period. The sport is a great alternative to the limitations of powered boats and allows anglers to get up close and personal with […]

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Championing Ecosystem Restoration

Thanks to a generous $100,000 gift from Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s Outdoor Fund, work is now underway to restore essential habitats in south Florida. Bald cypress trees are currently being planted at Jonathan Dickinson State Park along the Loxahatchee River, one of only two nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in Florida. Despite being […]

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Why Care about Seagrass Loss?

By: Kyle Grammatica Tampa Bay is losing a key component of a healthy marine ecosystem: seagrass. A September report from the Southwest Florida Water Management District concluded that Tampa Bay experienced a 16% decline in seagrass in two years. “That sends up an alarm that something is going on that we need to pay attention […]

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