Justin Unger (right), deputy superintendent at Everglades National Park, listens to an Upper Keys boater object to pending rules and price hikes affecting the park’s Florida Bay waters Tuesday. A crowd of about 100, including dozens of Florida Keys fishing guides, mostly voiced discontent at the Key Largo meeting.
Justin Unger (right), deputy superintendent at Everglades National Park, listens to an Upper Keys boater object to pending rules and price hikes affecting the park’s Florida Bay waters Tuesday. A crowd of about 100, including dozens of Florida Keys fishing guides, mostly voiced discontent at the Key Largo meeting. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
Justin Unger (right), deputy superintendent at Everglades National Park, listens to an Upper Keys boater object to pending rules and price hikes affecting the park’s Florida Bay waters Tuesday. A crowd of about 100, including dozens of Florida Keys fishing guides, mostly voiced discontent at the Key Largo meeting. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

Keys guides, boaters decry Florida Bay fee plans

August 11, 2017 01:35 PM

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