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  1. A line of kayaks and paddleboards sit on the dock connecting to Rainbow Springs in Dunnellon.
  2. The Golden Aster Scrub Nature Preserve in Gibsonton features a 2.6-mile unpaved trail.
  3. A rider more experienced than our columnist hits the trails at Alafia River State Park.
  4. The view from a houseboat in Fleming Island on March 15.
  5. Members of Congress say they expect relaxed catch limits for red snapper this year in light of a new study.
  6. There are about three times as many red snapper as previously estimated in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a study released Wednesday about the popular game and table fish over which recreational anglers and federal regulators have fought for years.
  7. Denny Petrov, with Salty Dog Kayak Rentals, left, tends to paddlers Joe Bonzo, from center, Brenda Bonzo and A.J. Bonzo as they launch for a day trip out of Werner-Boyce State Park in Port Richey.
  8. From left: Hillsborough County Commissioner Gwen Myers, Craig Richard from the Tampa Bay Economic Development Council and Tampa Mayor Jane Castor tour the new REI Co-op store on March 4 at Midtown Tampa. The store is an anchor tenant at the development, which offers retail, residential, hotel and office buildings on a campus of 11 buildings.
  9. Jason Kokrak drives the 18th fairway on Innisbrook's Copperhead Course during the third round of the 2019 Valspar Championship.
  10. Runners start the 8K race on Bayshore Boulevard during the Gasparilla Distance Classic in Tampa on Feb. 23, 2020.
  11. Serial 1 eBicycles sit outside Bert's Barracuda Harley-Davidson in Clearwater. They'll be ready to sell to the public in March.
  12. Fishbrain (which also has desktop capabilities) allows users to document where they catch a fish, what they caught, the type of bait used and more, while giving them a way to socialize, share their experiences and help others get better at fishing.
  13. A juvenile common gallinule feeds on the southern shore of Lake Seminole.
  14. A Burmese python moves through the grass during a demonstration by the Florida Fish and Conservation Commission for the news media to promote the Python Challenge in 2015. [Associated Press]
  15. Pine Key — a popular boating and camping destination known by locals as Beer Can Island.
  16. Runners cross the starting line at the Gasparilla Distance Classic half marathon in February in Tampa.
  17. Captains Emily, left, and Amanda Gale have used the pandemic to create a stronger brand through video blogging. The South Florida twins have more than 50,000 subscribers on their YouTube channel.
  18. The mangrove tunnels at Weedon Island.
  19. Ronnie Green releases a snook that he caught while fishing earlier this month in Channel A in Upper Tampa Bay.
  20. The mangrove tunnels at Weedon Island in St. Petersburg are accessible by kayak.
  21. Sei Young Kim fist bumps competitors Ally McDonald and Stephanie Meadow, right, on the green after winning the Pelican Women's Championship at Pelican Golf Club in Belleair on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020.
  22. Sei Young Kim shows off her trophy after winning the Pelican Women's Championship at Pelican Golf Club in Belleair on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020.
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