Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Release ‘Gone Fishin’ Interactive Game for Children

Games are geared for fourth grade and up

Just in time for the new school year, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has partnered with Pubbly, a digital education company, to launch five internet Fishinactive games that engage and educate students of all ages on marine fisheries conservation. Jump in today at FloridaFishing.Pubbly.com. (FWC image)

(FWC) – Just in time for the new school year, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has partnered with Pubbly, a digital education company, to launch five internet Fishinactive games that engage and educate students of all ages on marine fisheries conservation. Jump in today at FloridaFishing.Pubbly.com.

Take a virtual fishing trip, match habitats with Florida fish species, remove trash and invasive lionfish from a reef, learn proper fish handling techniques and complete a virtual fish dissection.

Games are geared for fourth grade and up but can be enjoyed by students and adults of all ages. These activities bring marine science right to your fingertips, providing accessible content for your home or classroom and tips to use when you head out on your own saltwater fishing trips.

Learn more about FWC’s saltwater outreach and education programs at MyFWC.com/Marine by clicking “Outreach & Education Programs.” For questions, contact Marine@MyFWC.com or 850-487-0554.

Your purchase of fishing equipment, motorboat fuel, and a fishing license supports aquatic education and outreach efforts. Learn more at MyFWC.com/SFR.

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