Florida Watches For Fay’s Next Move As She Parks Off the Florida Coast

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Florida Watches For Fay's Next Move As She Parks Off the Florida CoastLast Updated on 8/25/2008

Here is a list to all Fay related stories and posts from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Emergency idle/no-wake & no-vessel zones in effect now on St. Johns

Roads closed on some WMAs in Orange, Osceola counties

Idle-speed, no-wake zones may take effect on the St. Johns River 

Idle-speed, no-wake zones may take effect on the Withlacoochee River

FWC warns Floridians not to attempt wildlife rescues amid flooding

FWC warns of hidden hazards below water’s surface  

High water prompts temporary restrictions for Everglades WMA

Roads closed on FWC-managed areas in Indian River, Brevard and Osceola counties

FWC will deal with lost and damaged boats after the storm

FWC urges boaters to be careful after flooding due to Fay

FWC wildlife management areas close in North Central Region

Roads closed on some WMAs in Orange, Osceola counties

Boat owners are required to secure their vessels during storms

SW Fla. offices now operational; Babcock/Webb reopens Thursday

FWC finds missing tiger

More storm-related closings in Northeast Region

Storm-related closings in Northeast Region

FWC reschedules climate change summit 

More storm-related closings in South Region 

FWC offices, Babcock/Webb WMA close in Southwest Florida

Take precautions and be careful before and during storm

FWC storm-related news

FWC cancels workshop, climate change summit

Fay has hovered over Florida and its coasts for nearly four days now and has caused torrential downpours and flooding throughout the state.  Precautions are still needed at every venture.  Travel is limited and damage is evident throughout the south and southeastern portions of the state.

The Outdoor Central News Network, in cooperation with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, as always will keep you informed to any and all update regarding fishing, hunting, and recreational opportunities in Florida.

Please be advised of storm related closures, and always think safety first.