Economic Impact of Guided and Recreational Fishing in the Everglades Region


Survey participation requested

Study Sponsors:
Bonefish & Tarpon Trust
Everglades Foundation

We are asking Florida Guides and Recreational Anglers to participate in a study documenting the economic impacts of recreational fishing in the Florida Everglades Region.

The study has two parts: one for guided fishing and a second for non-guided fishing. The information collected by this project will be very helpful for protecting the fisheries resources associated with the region and ensuring those recreational fishing opportunities in Everglades National Park and the Greater Everglades Ecosystem are recognized and valued as important components of the economies of local communities and the State of Florida.

Please take a few minutes to provide us with your fishing and guiding activities in the Everglades Region by following the link below to an online survey website. Simply copy and paste the first link into your web browser or click directly on the second link to go directly to the survey.

Copy & Paste:

Click here:

All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential. Your survey responses will be anonymous as neither personal nor business information are being asked for in the survey. Survey data will be presented in summary form to further protect individual responses.

Your assistance with this project is greatly appreciated. The data you provide will also be valuable in ensuring that Florida guides and all recreational anglers continue to have access to fisheries resources throughout the Everglades Region.

Please feel free to pass this invitation on to other guides and anglers so that we the greatest possible representation in the study.
If you have any questions concerning this study, please contact me.

Thank you,
Tony Fedler, Ph.D.
Everglades Economic Study Director:
9707 SW 55th Road
Gainesville, FL 32608
(352) 339-2787
[email protected]


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