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Genung’s Fish Camp, a northeast Florida relic located in Crescent Beach
(just south of the S.R. 206
bridge), is going through a
major revitalization project,
thanks to Neil Armingeon, the
riverkeeper for the Matanzas
River, and local photographer
Some years ago, a group of
locals raised enough money to
buy the camp to save it from
development, and now the camp is thriving. Armingeon, as part of the Riverkeepers
(a nationwide network of groups who advocate for waterway heath) started his role as
keeper of the Matanzas River in 2013.
The camp is one of the last remaining places in northeast Florida where you can
safely harvest oysters and other shellfish, and Coker and Armingeon hope to make the
location a place to “celebrate the river.” Armingeon moved his office out to the camp,
allowing him a waterfront location with a view of one of the most pristine stretches of
river in the state from which to operate.
Soon, Genung’s Fish Camp bait shop will be operating at full strength, with live
bait, tackle, and other fishing gear for sale. The shop currently rents kayaks and sells
beer, sodas, and frozen bait. Slip rentals are available. — M.N.
Florida Offers Discounted
Boat Registration With
A new law that went into effect July
1 offers a small discount off the cost
of annual boat registration in Florida
when you purchase and register an
EPIRB or PLB for use aboard. The
law was introduced after two teen-
agers, Austin Stephanos and Perry
Cohen, were lost at sea.
The discount varies with the
size of the boat being registered,
typically working out to 10 per-
cent to 15 percent of
the cost of registra-
tion. The law allows
for one discount per
person, so if you own
more than one boat,
you can only claim
the discount once.
The discount is available on boats registered before June