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Recreational and commercial Stone Crab season opens Oct. 15 in state and federal waters Only the claws may be harvested Although it is currently lawful to harvest both of a stone crab's claws, this practice leaves the stone crab with few ways to defend itself from predators. FWC encourages people ...Read More
Last week, we visited Key Largo, Fla., which is the first large key on the way to Key West. One of the items on my bucket list (the things I want to do before I depart this world) has been bonefish fishing and Key Largo is one of the hot ...Read More
I have wanted to go out to the reef snorkeling for the longest time. After all, our wonderful Florida Keys reef is not only the ONLY living reef system in the continental US, no, it is also the third largest in the world (after the Great Barrier Reef and the ...Read More
Dubbed a “no-yelling school of fishing,” the Ladies Let's Go Fishing program provides female anglers with a weekend university from Friday, Oct. 21, through Sunday, Oct. 23. Over the last 20 years, more than 8,000 program graduates have learned to become anglers or polished their angling skills as well as ...Read More
The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council has approved new recreational and commercial regulations for hogfish, a popular fish in the Florida Keys for catching and eating. The South Atlantic Council, which has jurisdiction from the Keys to North Carolina, agreed last week to reduce the bag limit for hogfish caught ...Read More
According to the HollywoodReporter.com, the third season of Bloodline, the twisted family drama starring Kyle Chandler, will be its last on the streaming service. The Sony Pictures Television-produced series was renewed in July, shortly after the second season debuted on May 27. At the time, Netflix told The Hollywood Reporter ...Read More
Jose Wejebe was more than a TV personality. He was an inspiration to thousands of friends, fans, and followers, creating a passion for fishing, boating, and the ocean lifestyle that he so loved. His background and history tell a story of a passionate man who would have said that the ...Read More
The Stoned Crab, Three Hands Fish, and Key West Legal Rum partner to create “Chef Distilled” and “The Three Hands Experience” packages to be offered beginning in the Fall of 2016. Taking a stand against the increasingly homogenized American tourist experience, three local Key West businesses are banding together to ...Read More
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved several mutton snapper management changes at the September meeting in St. Augustine. Changes will go into effect Jan. 1, 2017, and include: Increasing the recreational, commercial, importation and sale minimum size limits to 18 inches. Reducing the recreational bag limit to ...Read More
During the summer of 2015, we joined our queen conch researchers for a day of surveying in the Florida Keys! FWC’s queen conch research program has been surveying queen conch throughout the Florida Keys since 1987, and they perform yearly surveys in order to determine trends in the recovery of ...Read More
All signs point to the ongoing Florida Keys Sea Turtle nesting season as a loggerhead baby bonanza. “This season has seen some of the highest nesting counts in the Keys in a number of years,” Sue Schaf, a biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, said Friday. “In ...Read More
Did you know the famous Holiday Isle Tiki Bar has been closed for almost a year? Well it's back and don’t worry, the rum runner stayed put. This is good news for your weekend plans. The debaucherous Florida Keys party bar — the Tiki Bar — has reopened after closing ...Read More
Florida Keys Fishing Tournaments offer a variety of competitive fishing opportunities throughout the year. Whether one wants to prowl the reefs and wrecks for yellowtail and grouper, stalk the backcountry in search of bonefish, tarpon or permit, or troll the blue waters for dolphin and sailfish, there’s a tournament to ...Read More
Most of us have heard the saying, “Build it and they will come.” Can we apply this to attracting butterflies? If so, what are we building? The answer to the first question is definitely yes. The answer to what we are building is a little more complicated. Before you create ...Read More
The storied Tavernier Hotel at mile marker 91.8, around since the early 1930s when it was used as a movie theater, has closed its doors for good to overnight visitors. But the owner of the pink and green building hopes to revamp it into something the Florida Keys seems to ...Read More
The first new full-service resort in Key Largo since 1993 has opened its doors. Playa Largo Resort & Spa, a Marriott Autograph property, opened about nine months behind its original opening date. Prime Hospitality and Shaner Hotels broke ground on the 14.5-acre property in early 2014. The 144-room resort, at ...Read More
"Bloodline" Netflix's thriller drama centered on the Rayburn clan is still a year away from its return, but it's never too early to speculate on what lies ahead for the conflicted family. After Danny's (Ben Mendelsohn) murder, his son Nolan (Owen Teague) may have bigger shoes to fill next season ...Read More
Marked by a series of mooring buoys, the remains of the Adolphus Bush, a 210-foot freighter, lay 6 miles southwest of Big Pine Key. The vessel was originally named Ocean Alley but was later renamed Adolphus Busch after the senior member of the Busch brewing family. This ship was intentionally ...Read More
Key Largo Diving Aug 16 by Brad Whitworth Molasses Reef, Benwood Wreck. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P3xUgehDa4 Molasses Reef Is a coral reef located within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It lies to the southeast of Key Largo, within the Key Largo Existing Management Area, which is immediately to the east of John ...Read More
Many travelers get caught up in visiting large, popular cities around the world to sightsee and explore new places. Although often overlooked, small towns [Key West] often provide the greatest insights into local culture and enable travelers to engage with locals in uncommon ways. America was built upon small towns, ...Read More