Boating and Angling Guide Survey

 
Boaters and anglers have used the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) popular Boating and Angling Guides series since 1992. Throughout the years of production, the guides have been updated to meet the needs of Florida’s boating and angling communities. As a result of information obtained from previous surveys, we have added useful information, such as bridge heights and anchorages, and even produced guides written in both Spanish and English for Biscayne Bay. The FWC is conducting this latest survey to determine which additional features and improvements boaters and anglers would like in the guides.

Questions marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.
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1. Which guide(s) did you use or review? Please click all that apply
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2. Was the guide you reviewed printed or on the Web?
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3. How would you rate the overall usefulness of the guide(s)?
4. Please Evaluate the usefulness of the following sections of the guide(s)
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Boating Safety
Boating Facilities: boat ramps, clean marinas
Fishing Information: catch-and-release, popular sport fish, monofilament recycling
Fishing Locations: artificial reefs, fishing piers
Native Habitats: seagrass, mangroves, salt marsh, coral reefs
Native Animals: manatees, sea turtles, birds
Special Sections: Sailfish Capital of the World, Diving the Oriskany, St. Marks Lighthouse
5. How can we improve our guides?
6. Is there any incorrect information in the guide? If so, please provide specific examples.
7. What specific geographic areas should we highlight in future guides?
8. How were you able to get this guide?
9. Was it hard to locate a copy of the guide?
10. If you would like us to contact you about the guide you reviewed, please provide your name and contact information. Privacy Statement