By MARK SCOHIER
For many, the direction one's life takes can be boiled down to a single moment, sometimes at an early age. Such was the case for Andrew Gude, who became manager for the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife refuges about a year ago.
Gude's known what he wanted to do since the ripe old age of 5 when, living in the small town of Blue Bell, Penn., an uncle showed up to take him on a fishing trip.
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