Special Report: 5 Things You Need to Know about FWC Officers

Just like kings and queens of old, the state of Florida claims as its own all the deer in the forest and fish in the streams. If you want to hunt, trap, or fish in the state, you have to do so by following the state’s rules—and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers (FWC officers) are there to enforce those rules.

It’s important that all sportsmen know what these men and women can do. Want to know more? Click to download the free Special Report, “5 Things You Need to Know about FWC Officers,” to learn about the vast powers FWC officers wield and how you can avoid getting snared in a legal misunderstanding.

 

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