Red Tide Recovery + Stock Enhancement Initiatives
Along with Duke Energy and the FWC, we began releasing over 16,000 juvenile and adult redfish in February, all hatchery-reared and donated by the Duke Energy Mariculture Center in Crystal River, into southwest county waters hardest hit by red tide. On March 15th, at one of eight county releases, First Lady Casey DeSantis, Secretary Noah Valenstein of the Department of Environmental Protection and State Representative Bob Rommel joined with CCA to release redfish in Collier County.Learn More
CCA Florida is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Florida’s marine resources. Founded in 1985 and one of 19 state chapters of the national CCA organization, we work with our 18,000+ members, including recreational anglers and outdoor enthusiasts, to conserve and enhance marine resources and coastal environments in our state.
Nationally, CCA is committed to the sustainable health of coastal fisheries and fights for recreational anglers’ interests. Here in Florida, we push for fisheries management that keep fish stocks sustainable and abundant, we educate and engage the public to support habitat and environmental restoration, and we work with our members and state residents to ensure good stewardship of our coastal resources.
The ICC was started in 2004 to bring members together from all over the state to share ideas, talk about their individual chapters and have a great day ...Learn More
Red Tide Recovery Continues with Snook Stocking
Red tide recovery efforts are continuing as we gear up for our snook releases with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Mote Marine...Learn More