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Saltwater/freshwater boundary Crystal River

suprastevesuprasteve Posts: 187 Deckhand
Anybody know where the magical dotted line is between freshwater and saltwater in the Crystal River area? Or better yet: a website that will give maps for the same around the state? Working in the CR area and wondering where my saltwater license is valid and where I'd need a freshwater one. Thanks!

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  • Capt.EdCapt.Ed Posts: 368 Deckhand
    It doesn't work like that. Since the rivers in the area run from fresh to salt, you may fish any place you want. But if you hold a saltwater licenses you may only keep saltwater fish. If you hold a freshwater licenses you may only keep freshwater fish.
    It will be a sad day when the last little mom and pop marina is gone to developers and only the rich will be able to enjoy the waters of Florida.
  • surfmansurfman WC FLPosts: 6,007 Admiral
    As long as you are in the river, i.e. you can't start in the river with a FW license and go into the Gulf.
    Tight Lines, Steve
    My posts are my opinion only.

    Be thankful we're not getting all the government we're paying for.  Will Rogers
  • suprastevesuprasteve Posts: 187 Deckhand
    Gotcha, thanks for the replies! I'm used to a bit farther south, and down here they pick a spot and say upriver is fresh and downriver is salt. Good to know, thanks again!
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