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Joe Bay Reopens: The Everglades Newest No Motor Zone
Everglades National Park did just that with the reopening of Joe Bay and neighboring Snag Bay. Nestled along the northeast shoreline of Florida Bay, Joe Bay was unfished for 36 years, nine months and nine days, to be exact. But why? Just a few years
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After decades of closure, anglers can now explore the Everglades’ newest No Motor Zone. This region is one of the most active areas of crocodile breeding in Everglades National Park. Closures, reduced limits, restricted access, all terms that the recreational angler has inevitably become familiar with over the past decade. But when was the last time you heard of thousands of acres, which have been closed for nearly four decades, reopen to the public. Everglades National Park did just that with the reopening of Joe Bay and neighboring Snag Bay. Nestled along the northeast shoreline of Florida Bay, Joe Bay was unfished for 36 years, nine months and nine days, to be exact. Just a few years prior to the closure, the American crocodile was placed on the federal list of endangered species. The National Park Service opted to close the majority of the northeastern shoreline of ENP, including Little Madeira Bay, Taylor River, East Creek, Mud Creek, Joe Bay, Snag Bay, and all creeks inland from Long Sound, effective February 15, 1980.... The species had taken a hard hit earlier in the 20th century, with “serious losses of habitat” and “extensive poaching for their hides,” according to the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. In the late 1970s, studies showed that as much as 75 percent of the 300 to 400 crocodiles in South Florida inhabited the park. The Fish and Wildlife Service developed a recovery plan in following years, with criteria of 60 breeding females documented to change the crocodile’s status from endangered to threatened. Current park Superintendent Pedro Ramos stated, “Joe Bay’s decades-long closure was an important piece in our efforts to help the American crocodile recover from the brink of extinction. ” The recovery plan was a success, with the crocodile coming off of the endangered species list in 2007. Studies had shown that the population had reached between 1,400 to 2,000 animals, with over 90 documented nesting sites in 2005. This played a... Speaking with Fred Herling, the Supervisory Park Planner, I learned there were a few other, smaller, contributing factors in regards to the closure. “It wasn’t just crocodiles, but manatees and many nesting bird species were taken into account as well,” he said. This area was very important for mother and calf manatees, as well as migrating and resident birds. Venturing into Joe and adjacent Snag Bay, there are a few rules to remember. First and foremost, this new “Backcountry Zone” as ENP refers to it as strictly a No Motor Zone. Kayaks, canoes and paddle boards are all great options to take back into this area. Technical poling skiffs work great as well, but the motor must be removed from the transom before entering Joe Bay. This Backcountry Zone is a catch-and-release fishery only, which is a first for Everglades National Park. This rule was implemented with the mindset of keeping this fishery as it was before it reopened to the public. There is a mooring area located in Trout Lake, immediately south of Joe Bay, with capacity for six boats. If these are occupied, you must moor your vessel outside of Trout Creek, as mooring in Trout Lake is prohibited. Trout Lake was deemed a pole and troll zone, so if you plan on heading in on a skiff, be sure to abide by these rules. There are four creeks that dump into Joe Bay from the lake. If you’re in the area and see a boat with “research” on the side, you’re most likely looking at the research team from Florida International University (FIU), headed by Dr. Jennifer Rehage. These folks are hard at work, with many projects throughout the park. They will be doing extensive research throughout Joe Bay and surrounding areas for the next three years. Rehage and her team will be comparing the fisheries of Joe Bay, Little Madeira Bay and Long Sound, which all have different regulations. Little Madeira Bay is still part of the existing crocodile sanctuary (closed to public). Joe Bay is a No Motor Zone. Long Sound is completely open to the public. The FIU team plans to assess how much of an ecological impact the public makes on the areas. Approaching the mooring area, you will notice a piling to the right with visitor and angler surveys.
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This vibrant ceramic ornament pays tribute to the Blue Heron of the Chesapeake Bay. Illustration by Joe Barsin of Annapolis, Maryland.
A bay colt from the Joe Mazza barn is getting preped for hid first time on the turf. Wearing a beige lambskin shadow roll and protective head gear, Ollysilverexpress is content as his trainer puts the saddle on his back.<br /> Fleetphoto
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