The Snook and Gamefish Foundation’s mission is to aid in the protection and preservation of current fish populations for future generations by facilitating coordination between anglers, researchers, and policy makers. We support unbiased and responsible fishery and marine regulations and and conservation, preservation, restoration, and enhancement of estuarine and coastal water habitats.


Florida’s Forgotten Fish: A Bow to the Largemouth Bass

I have never caught a largemouth bass. Well, that’s not exactly true. I’ve caught a few yearling-sized largemouth, but nothing worth bragging about....

SGF needs your help!

The Snook and Gamefish Foundation needs your support on Wednesday, May 17. For the first time ever, we are taking part in the Great Give, a one-day...

How the Right Freshwater Grass in the Caloosahatchee Can Help Kickstart Restoration Efforts NOW

Restoring habitats in South Florida can get an early start by implementing the right projects ahead of the larger scale restoration projects that...

A Refresher in Spring Snook Tactics

By Mike Hodge Spring has arrived, which means longer days, warmer water, less wind, and with a little luck, more snook. The key is to be flexible....

Newest Species Added to iAngler: Redband Trout

The latest fish added to the iAngler/Angler Action Program database is the Redband trout, thanks to AAP logger Dean Limb. Redband trout are a...

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