FLORIDA – A free, online course now is available for Florida anglers who want to learn more about fisheries management and up their fishing game by learning skills and practices that help ensure fishing opportunities for the future.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), UF/IFAS Extension, and Florida Sea Grant have teamed up to develop the Florida Friendly Angler course, a free, online course for both new and experienced anglers.
According to the FWC, the course is comprised of three self-paced modules that cover environmental ethics, best fishing practices, and fisheries management.
The narrated presentations can be accessed any time after registration.
Upon finishing the course, anglers will receive an electronic certificate of completion and will be mailed a Florida Friendly Angler decal.
Register for the course at ifas-seagrant.catalog.instructure.com/courses/florida-friendly-angler.
For additional information about the course, contact the course administrator, Savanna Barry, email@example.com or Mike Sipos, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a for-hire fishing guide? Visit the Florida Friendly Fishing Guide course to gain multiple benefits for your business.
Visit flseagrant.org/florida-friendly-fishing-guide-certification to register today.