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7 Florida Keys Hotels Full of Caribbean Charm

 These Florida Keys hotels are blessed with warm sunshine, fresh seafood, and stellar beaches—and are the perfect passport-free alternative to the Caribbean. A Caribbean getaway can mean good things like relaxing on an island, soaking up the sun, and swimming in clear blue water. But it can also mean long flights, passport ...
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Florida Keys – A Winter Fishing Option

In many areas in the US, fishing is confined to one or two types. In the Florida Keys, there is such variety you can choose a different style of Winter fishing every day of the week and every season. While April through June is considered prime time for tarpon, they ...
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10 Things You May Not Know About The Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off the southern tip of the U.S. state of Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They’re known as a destination for fishing, boating, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Everyone should visit the Florida Keys at ...
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Winter Perfect Time For Beach and Collecting Seashells

When most people think of Florida’s sandy beaches, they think warm, sunny summer. But what the locals already know is that winter at the beach has tons to offer. The sand and water may be cold, but it’s a perfect time for collecting seashells. Maybe it’s because less people are ...
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Go Beyond Key West: Visit Florida’s State Parks in the Keys

The city of Key West offers plenty for visitors to see and do, from quaint shops and galleries that line Duval Street to world-class restaurants, and fascinating museums and cultural landmarks. But sometimes travelers seek experiences off the beaten path. When visitors to Key West want to break free of ...
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The Tides of Time: Islamorada, Florida – YouTube

Two generations of fishing guides tell the story of Islamorada, a string of islands in the Florida Keys known as the sport fishing capital of the world ...
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Islamorada Charter Captains Hopeful as Season Begins

Islamorada Charter Captains are hopeful. Offshore and flats charters “are a huge factor” in Islamorada’s tourism economy, said Judy Hull, executive director of the Islamorada Chamber of Commerce. “A large percentage of our tourists come here for the fishing,” she said. “That’s why we’re known as the Sportfishing Capital of the ...
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Illegal Fishing Guides Fill The Florida Keys

Will Benson, a fishing guide in the Florida Keys, says illegal fishing guides are hurting the local industry. Illegal fishing guides in the Florida Keys continue to undermine locals who earn a living by offering charters, says boat captain Doug Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick, president of the Lower Keys Guides Association, told ...
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Simply the Keys Catch and Release Fishing

Florida Keys guides recognized years ago it made no sense to overfill ice chests just to “feed the neighbors.” Fishing journalists also started pushing a more conservation-focused angle, government fisheries agencies implemented size and bag limits, and Captains began to understand the need for conservation, and counsel their clients accordingly, ...
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Lionfish: Menace to the Atlantic Basin

Lionfish, a brightly-colored, spiny fish that are not native to Florida, are taking over our reefs. How can we fight off this alien invasion? Floridians have come together to fight them off and save the reef. Lionfish, a brightly-colored, spiny fish that are not native to Florida, are taking over ...
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Florida Keys Fishing Video BIG Kingfish and Blackfin Tuna

In this video, Capt. Tater, Will and I went fishing on a charter with Relentless Sportfishing out of Bud n' Mary's Marina in Islamorada, Florida. It was a slow morning, but it really picked up in the afternoon with Will catching a massive kingfish and all of us catching a ...
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Report Wildlife Violations Incidents or Observations

Having extra eyes on the water can help law enforcement, aid in the rescue of distressed people or wildlife, and even support research on rare and unusual marine events. Report Wildlife Violations. It is always best when the individual witnessing an incident makes the phone call directly, so that the ...
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Safe Boating in the Florida Keys

Safe Boating navigating Florida Keys shallow waters can be a challenge for even the most experienced boater. Unfortunately, inadvertent or careless boating practices can cause serious trouble for the Florida Keys ecosystem. With a little care, you can avoid damaging valuable Keys habitat (and your boat) and avoid fines, fees, ...
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Free-Entry Key West Fishing Tournament Begins Jan 1

Anglers of all ages and abilities can target more than 40 species of fish in the Key West Fishing Tournament, a free-entry multidivision challenge that takes place Jan. 1 to Aug. 31, 2019. The tournament features divisions for men, women, junior anglers ages 10 to 15 and Pee Wees under 10 years ...
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Islamorada Alligator Reef Dive Video – With TriggerFish

Found a nice little patch of structure near Alligator Reef to explore. We got 91 minutes of bottom time on a single 80 cubic foot tank of air each.Watch out for the TriggerFish. Grey Triggerfish Appearance Olive-gray in color with plate-like scales Small mouth with chisel-like teeth used for crushing ...
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Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehab Center Monthly Lecture Series

With native tropical flora of the Florida Keys being impacted by a growing population and urban development, the Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center has begun sponsoring a conservation lecture series, “Wings N’ Things.” The next presentation will feature guest speaker Lynn Miller, Ph.D., wildlife education director at the South ...
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Key West Festival – Food – Wine – History and Fun

Creative cuisine, premium wines and unique events in a subtropical island setting await attendees Wednesday through Sunday, Jan. 23-27, at the 2019 Key West Food & Wine Festival. The 10th annual Key West Festival celebrates Key West’s rich culinary culture and historic sites. Scheduled events showcase local chefs’ artistry, indigenous ...
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Florida Keys Rules You Should Know

The Florida Keys are a fragile and unique environment brimming with life and complex ecosystems.  Numerous state and federal regulations exist to protect the Florida Keys and surrounding ocean. Florida Keys Rules. Frequent reports of wildlife violations prompted us to create this guide to the many environmental protections that everyone, ...
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10 Things To Do in the Florida Keys With Teens

Just a few short hours from Miami lies a place where palm trees sway in the breeze, restaurants and tiki bars line the water's edge, boats bob up and down in the blue-green water, and colorful signs are found at many of the local shops. It’s the Florida Keys, a chain ...
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Bleaching Dive Gear May Stop Spread of Coral Disease

Cleaning scuba equipment between each dive could help slow down the rapid spread of Coral Disease, white blotch-like lesions, that attack and eventually kill coral colonies, local agencies say. The Florida Reef Tract, the world’s third largest barrier reef and the only in the continental U.S., is suffering from a ...
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