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Florida Bass Conservation Center

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The Florida Bass Conservation Center (FBCC) is a modern freshwater fish research and production facility that opened in Spring 2007, tripling the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s stocking capability. New genetic, health and population management techniques will help ensure the future of Florida largemouth bass and other species.

The FBCC is open to the public (visit MyFWC.com/Fishing or call (352)732-1225 for times) and features a self-guided tour and displays, as well as a catch-and-release fishing pond.

Renowned cinematographer Glen Lau is offering his prints and videos including “Bigmouth” and “Bigmouth Forever” at: shop.WildlifeFlorida.org. Proceeds support the FBCC. It’s a spectacular opportunity to get yourself one of the most exciting and informative bass videos available, or a great wall hanging, while helping ensure a safe and sustainable future for bass fishing in Florida.

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