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2012 Scallopers Map Now Available!

by on Jul.02, 2012, under FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

Scallopers, rejoice!

Just in time for the start of the 2012 scalloping season, Florida Sea Grant has published the boat ramp and marina locator map, “Recreational Harvesting of the Florida Bay Scallop: Steinhatchee and Keaton Beach Areas.”

Inside, viewers will find a full-color map identifying access routes to the boat ramps and marinas in southern Taylor County near Steinhatchee and Keaton Beach.

 Scallopers Map Now Available for Steinhatchee, Keaton Beach Scallopers Map Now Available for Steinhatchee, Keaton Beach
Fred Vose, the Taylor County Sea Grant extension agent who authored the publication, has included the latest educational information about scallops and scalloping, the recommended equipment scallopers will
want to bring, and a few tasty recipes for preparing Florida’s best summertime catch.
The information helps Floridians and visitors appreciate the important role these secretive bivalves play in a healthy near-shore environment, according to Vose. He mentions these nuggets of information:

  • Scallops are simultaneous ‘hermaphrodites,’ which means they can
    spawn as either males or females. A single scallop can produce
  • more than one million eggs per spawn.
    The scallop population in the Steinhatchee area is a core, stable population that supports a healthy, sustained crop almost every
    year, and is the principal source of scallops for outlying populations extending far to the south and north.
  • Though not required by current fishing regulations, researchers now recommend that scallops smaller than 1 1/2 inches in diameter should not be collected.

Free copies of the ramp and marina locator map for Steinhatchee and Keaton Beach are available in numerous marinas throughout Taylor County, the Taylor County IFAS Extension office in Perry, or by
contacting Florida Sea Grant, (info@flseagrant.org), (352) 392-2801.

Contact:
Fred Vose, Taylor County Sea Grant Extension, (850) 838-3508, fvose@ufl.edu
Dorothy Zimmerman, Florida Sea Grant Communications Director (352)392-2801, dozimmer@ufl.edu

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The 2012 Florida Seafood Sustainability Brown Bag Lunch Webinar Series–Don’t Miss It!

by on May.22, 2012, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

If you’re interested in what you eat, make the time to tune in!  Of particular interest to Big Benders is the June 13 Scallop Webinar.

The 2012 Florida Seafood Sustainability Brown Bag Lunch Webinar Series

Purpose:

Educate seafood lovers about the sustainability and safety associated with some of Florida’s most commercially valuable seafood products &

Help consumers make informed decisions about purchasing and eating Florida seafood.

12:15 PM to 12:45 PM EST

11:15 AM to 11:45 AM CST

DATE TOPIC*
February 8 Blue Crab
April 11 Mackerel
June 13 Scallops
August 8 Swordfish
October 10 Hard Clams
December 12 Mullet

*Webinars will provide a brief overview of the selected topics and address management, economic values, harvest methods & gear, food safety measures, nutrition and purchasing tips associated with selected products.

Who Should Attend?

Educators, resource managers, and seafood lovers!!!!

Questions? Contact Bryan Fluech at: fluech@ufl.edu

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