Red tide made it to our area
"The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission reported Wednesday “very low” quantities of Karenia brevis — better known as red tide — in Walton and Okaloosa counties.
But local beach safety officials said if it’s here, its effects are minimal.
Walton County officials say they haven’t seen any major impact, but beach safety personnel have noticed the presence of red tide in the air."
It must still be wreaking havoc down south. I'm not sure who is financing it but a shrimper friend said he had a fairly lucrative offer to go to Clearwater and use his boat to drag along the beaches to trawl up dead and dying fish. Not a job for the weak stomached for sure. The boat and nets would be pretty stinky for a long time. I'm just curious how that would work with the south Florida sacred cow called snook since the public is so restricted in taking them.
Its all Bill Nelsons fault!!!
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