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In recognition of World Oceans Day promoting ocean preservation, Key Largo’s Coral Restoration Foundation is hosting its annual Coralpalooza Saturday, June 4, featuring in-person reef diving spanning from Key Largo to Key West. Coralpalooza is one of the world’s largest coral restoration efforts, and helps raise awareness about the importance of the ...Read More
At its May meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved proposed management regions and regulation changes for redfish in state waters. The proposed rule changes would: Modify the redfish management regions. (See figure 1) Prohibit captain and crew from retaining a bag limit when on a for-hire ...Read More
At its May meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved regulation changes for cobia in state waters. Changes effective July 1, 2022, include: Increasing the minimum size limit from 33 inches to 36 inches fork length for all state waters. Reducing the commercial bag limit from two ...Read More
At its May meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved a temporary modification to the 2022 recreational blueline tilefish season in Atlantic state waters. The 2022 recreational season for blueline tilefish will be open May 1 - July 25 in state waters, closing July 26. Typically, the blueline tilefish ...Read More
Monroe County Fire Rescue and the Florida Forest Service are co-hosting Big Pine Key Wildfire Community Preparedness Day on May 7 from 10 a.m. to noon at Station 13, 390 Key Deer Blvd., Big Pine Key. Both organizations are partnering with the National Fire Protection Association to promote simple tips ...Read More
The following species of Grouper Hogfish and Blueline Tilefish seasons reopen May 1 in Atlantic waters. will reopen to recreational harvest May 1 in Florida state and federal waters of the Atlantic: hogfish; blueline tilefish; gag, black, red, yellowmouth and yellowfin grouper; scamp; red hind; rock hind; coney; and graysby ...Read More
Florida’s recreational and commercial stone crab season in state and federal waters will end on May 2, with the last day of harvest being May 1. Commercially harvested stone crab claws may be possessed and sold during the closed season but only if they have been placed in inventory prior to ...Read More
Starting May 1, the following regulations will go into effect for recreational harvest of dolphinfish in Atlantic state waters. Five fish per person daily recreational bag limit. 30 fish per vessel private recreational daily vessel limit. These new regulations are a proactive conservation measure intended to help address stakeholder concerns ...Read More
Thanks to the recent efforts of four local divers, there are several hundred less invasive lionfish wreaking havoc on Florida Keys reefs. Team Forever Young, consisting of Tony Young, Jason Vogan, Jeff Tharp, and Luke Rankin, collected 426 invasive lionfish while participating in the 2022 Earth Day “Locals” Lionfish Derby, ...Read More
Key Lime Transport (KLT) proudly announced it had won a 2022 "Best of Key West" award presented by the Key West Award Program. The "Best of Key West" is an annual accolade honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses in a wide variety of categories. Recognition is only given ...Read More
Sea turtles are one of the most endangered species in the world. They are mostly found in Florida, which is why many people refer to them as "Florida turtles." Sea Turtle Nesting is an important time on Florida Keys Beaches. The Florida Keys is home to sea turtles and is ...Read More
Audiences can rock, sway and sing along to some of America’s hottest contemporary hits and classics Wednesday through Sunday, May 4-8, during the 2022 Key West Songwriters Festival. More than 175 performing songwriters — including multiplatinum entertainer Chris Young, whose career includes eight studio albums and 10 number-one singles — ...Read More
The Harry Harris Beach area at Harry Harris Park in Key Largo will be closed beginning Wednesday, April 6 for repairs and will remain closed until construction of the beach jetty is completed. The boat ramp, ballfields, and all other amenities will remain open. “The County understands that any closure ...Read More
In honor of Earth Month 2022, the Coral Reef Conservation Program invites you to participate in educational webinars about the wonders of our underwater national treasure: Florida's Coral Reef. See the flyer for the 2022 Florida's Coral Reef Webinar Series. 2022 Florida's Coral Reef Webinar Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday April 5, 2022 Marine Invertebrate ...Read More
The spawning Permit season closure inside the Special Permit Zone in south Florida starts April 1. This closure includes all state and federal waters south of Cape Sable on the Gulf coast, and south of Cape Florida on the Atlantic coast including all of the Florida Keys and Biscayne Bay ...Read More
Springtime in the Florida Keys & Key West is easy and breezy, with weather that’s ideal for all types of outdoor activities on and in the water and in the Keys’ scenic wide-open spaces. As sustainability remains a priority with the restoration and preservation of the Keys’ fragile environment and ...Read More
This easy Key Lime Pie recipe has just three ingredients in the filling: sweetened condensed milk, cream cheese, and lime juice. Use key lime juice if you can find it. If not, regular fresh lime juice works, too. What a fun dessert recipe to serve on St. Patrick's Day! Cuisine: ...Read More
Email The damaged mile marker lost its "K" more than five years ago. The marker will be restored and placed at the Big Pine Swimming Hole, near Pine Channel Bridge. The Florida Keys Overseas Railroad ended its working life in 1935, when the Labor Day Hurricane destroyed part of ...Read More
Spring has arrived and that means many residents and visitors will be flocking to Florida’s beautiful beaches and waterways. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) wants boaters to “Spring Aboard” and get educated prior to the kick-off of the boating season to make the most of their time ...Read More
The Florida Keys Transportation Coordination Committee (FKTCC) met on Monday to recommend and rank a set of potential solution projects approved in the U.S. 1 Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The list will be presented to the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) in February for approval to be given ...Read More