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Coral Spawn Late Summer Circle of Life Florida Keys Reefs

The hard corals of the Florida Keys reefs have spent eons developing a simple system to perpetuate the species. Coral Spawn, it’s one of nature’s mysteries that works without human intervention or complete understanding. The coral spawn is scientifically observed and documented each year along the continental United States’ only ...
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FWC Approves Stone Crab Regulations Changes Effective Oct 1 2020

At its July meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved changes to recreational and commercial stone crab regulations. Florida’s stone crab fishery has experienced a long-term decline in harvest and is likely undergoing overfishing. FWC staff worked with stakeholders on these changes that are intended to increase ...
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Key West Fantasy Fest 2020 Cancelled – COVID-19

The organizers of Key West’s Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival announced Thursday that the 2020 festival, originally scheduled Oct. 16-25, would be canceled to protect against the potential spread of COVID-19.The festival typically draws some 60,000 people to Key West’s Duval Street for its highlight parade, as well as ...
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Bob Dylan Immortalizes Key West on Latest Release

Key West is immortalized as “the enchanted land” and “land of light” in a ballad released in mid-June by legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Dylan’s 9:35-minute ode, titled “Key West (Philosopher Pirate),” is featured on “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” the artist’s 39th studio album and his first to be released with ...
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Find FWC Fishing Regulations on Your Phone

Looking to keep up to date on Florida’s saltwater fishing regulations? Find them on Fish Rules App. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is excited to announce it is now partnering with Fish Rules App. In addition, a new freshwater version of the app is being created and is anticipated ...
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SeaTurtle Maisy Released in Florida Keys to Join Tour de Turtles Race

A rare hybrid hawksbill-green seaturtle Maisy, rehabilitated at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital, was fitted with a satellite-tracking transmitter and released from a Florida Keys beach Friday to join the Tour de Turtles, a marathon-like “race” that follows the long-distance migration of sea turtles over three months. The annual educational ...
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United Way Food Distribution in Florida Keys

United Way of the Florida Keys has compiled a useful collection of the regular meal services we know of throughout the Keys.  Monroe-County-Food-Pantries-and-Meals-to-Go-Graphic-4-20-2020 ...
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FreeBee Islamorada

FreeBee Islamorada to Expand Transportation Service

FreeBee Islamorada is expanding the hours of its alternative transportation services with Freebee Islamorada, operating on-call electric vehicles to transport passengers among Islamorada’s four islands. The Freebee Electric Vehicle Ridesharing Service has been running on Upper Matecumbe Key since November 2018. Current service is offered Thursdays and Fridays from 4 ...
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FWC Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commision

FWC Saltwater Public Comments

The FWC welcomes comments on any species, even those not featured on this page, at any time via the comment form below, email at Marine@MyFWC.com or phone at 850-487-0554. The following topics are either tentatively slated to be brought before the Commission in the near future or items FWC staff plan to begin working on. This is not ...
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Ballast Water

Ballast Water Could Be Driving Spread Of Coral Disease

Scientists investigating a devastating new coral disease infecting reefs from Florida to and throughout the Caribbean may be zeroing in on a culprit behind the unpredictable spread: ballast water from big ships. Investigators are now poring over shipping records housed at the Smithsonian to confirm the connection and better contain ...
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Grimal Grove Mangos

World Famous GRIMAL GROVE After 160mph Winds Video

This legendary tropical fruit property in the Florida Keys had a massive hurricane roll through 2 years ago, so everyone's been wondering... How did this 60+-year-old Grimal Grove recover after another battling round of catastrophic winds? After Hurricane Irma's colossal damage to Big Pine Key, the losses were extreme, our ...
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Smalltooth Sawfish

Scientists Fight to Save Smalltooth Sawfish

Sawfish are the world’s most threatened marine fish, with all five species classified as endangered or critically endangered. Florida used to host two of the species, but now only the Smalltooth Sawfish remains. The last largetooth sawfish was reported in Florida in 1943, according to Tonya Wiley, president of the ...
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Smalltooth Sawfish What To Do When You Hook One

The smalltooth sawfish, the only sawfish found in Florida, has been protected in Florida since 1992 and became federally listed under the U.S. Endangered Species Act in 2003. Little was known about the species when it became listed but since that time, scientists have learned a lot about its biology ...
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Lobster Grilling

Marathon Seafood Festival March 14-15

Shrimp, spiny lobster, stone crab claws and fish, all “fishermen-to-fork fresh,” are to headline the attractions for attendees at the Original Marathon Seafood Festival scheduled Saturday and Sunday, March 14-15, in Marathon. For over 40 years, the taste bud–tempting outdoor feast has drawn seafood lovers and Keys families to gather at the Marathon Community Park, mile marker 49 oceanside. Commercial fisheries and markets catch, clean and cook the nearly 15,000-pound spread of fresh Florida Keys seafood, bushels of oysters from the west ...
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Festivals and Events Conch Republic

Conch Honkers to Vie for Victory in Key West March 7

It’s not a stringed instrument, a percussion instrument or the musical choice of virtually any “American Idol” contestant. Nonetheless, the conch shell takes center stage in Key West’s music scene each spring, when several dozen hopefuls vie for victory in the annual Conch Shell Blowing Contest. Set for noon Saturday, ...
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Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration  in Key West

For more than 30 years internationally renowned playwright Tennessee Williams lived and wrote theatrical masterpieces in Key West. Fans can celebrate his extraordinary talent and life with a series of cultural events scheduled Feb. 22 through March 30. Highlights of the Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration include performances of “Talking Tennessee” ...
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George Poveromo BlackFin Tuna

George Poveromo Video – Marathon Florida Keys YellowTail and Tuna

An example of why anglers flock to the Florida Keys. George Poveromo and local ace Ariel Medero begin their October trip by "yellowtailing". Within minutes of dropping anchor and chumming, clouds of "flags" (large yellowtails) materialize behind the MARC VI. Between traditional yellowtailing tactics and live-chumming, the duo limits out ...
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Spotted SeaTrout

Spotted Seatrout New Regulations Begin Feb 1 2020

Spotted SeaTrout Statewide Regulations Update At its December meeting in Panama City Beach, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved rule changes for spotted seatrout. Changes will go into effect Feb. 1, 2020. These changes DO NOT replace the SW Florida red-tide-related closures listed below. Monroe County Florida ...
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Postcard Inn Beach Resort Welcomes Event-Goers With Hot Winter Rate

The freshly reinvented, iconic, 14-acre Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina, located oceanfront in Islamorada, Fla., proudly welcomes travelers with a Winter Ciao Down offer. The resort is extending special rates for a foodie getaway and events-filled energy to escape February weather. With rates starting at $246 per night for ...
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