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Upcoming events for Mussels’ return to Hammond Stadium

The Mighty Mussels have scheduled a number of special events for the team’s week-long return to Hammond Stadium. Tuesday, June 1, at 7 p.m. vs. St. Lucie Mets * Game Highlight: Two For Tuesday Every Tuesday means Two For One Tuesday! Get 2 for 1 Hot Dogs, Soda & Draft Beer during ...

NFM Civic Association fundraiser a real ‘Bash’

The North Fort Myers Civic Association really lucked out this year with its third-annual Bash at the North Fort Myers Community Park on Saturday. The weather was nothing short of spectacular, a record number of teams played in the featured tourney and the civic association raised more ...

Look at what I caught!

Bella Marilyn Marie Garlin-Hobbs, 3, of Cape Coral, recently caught her very first fish in Matlacha, using fresh shrimp for bait and a children's fishing pole. She caught a 10-inch mangrove snapper while fishing with her Grandma Susan Singleton, her mother Lori Hobbs and friends Ray and Candy ...

Seatrout rules to change, plus a few tarpon tips

If you miss taking a few trout home for dinner, the FWC tells us you’ll soon be able to although grilled snook or redfish still won’t be on your plate again this year in Southwest Florida. Starting June 1, 2021, from Sarasota Bay through Gordon Pass in Collier County: Spotted seatrout ...

Gators back on the gridiron

The Island Coast Gators and the other local football teams are gearing up for their annual spring contests over the next week. Island Coast travels to Dunbar next Friday, May 28. Tonight, Cape High travels to Ida Baker and North Fort Myers hosts Port Charlotte. Rounding out the spring schedule ...

D3Day at Phillips Park

Former pro ballplayer Dave Clark brought “Disability, Dream and Do,” otherwise known as D3Day, to Phillips Park on Pine Island on Saturday, May 8. Despite not having an ideal amount of time to put the camp together, Clark says it went very well. “We had great support from the Pine ...

Gag grouper season to start in most state waters

Gag grouper will open for recreational harvest in most state Gulf of Mexico waters and all federal Gulf waters June 1, and will remain open through Dec. 31. Franklin, Wakulla, Taylor and Jefferson counties opened April 1 and will remain open through June 30. These four counties will reopen ...