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Ladies, Celebrate Earth Day By Learning How to Fish!

Last June, Betty Bauman– founder of the women’s fishing university, “Ladies, Let’s

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Springtime is for Gaffers

Few sights bring more joy to an offshore angler than a huge aqua-blue/lime green dolphin fish, or mahi

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Catch the Bug While You Can!

Divers and snorkelers have just over three weeks to catch lobster before the Florida harvest season closes

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REEF Derby Makes Solid Impact on Lionfish in the Keys

Fourteen teams that braved last Saturday’s bumpy sea conditions to compete in Reef Environmental

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Diving with Santa Claus

It turns out that Santa Claus carries more than toys in that reindeer-driven sleigh:  a set of scuba

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From Back Bay to Blue Water, Quit Yer Bitchin’

Wintertime, and the fishing can be breezy in the Florida Keys.  Or it could be flat-calm and still bountiful.

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Islander’s Chef Andy Dazzles European Foodies

You’re standing in front of an audience of 150 mostly European foodies in a barbecue cook-off competition

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Help Catch the Cure for Cystic Fibrosis in the Redbone Tournament

  In 1984 when Nicole Ellis was a baby,  her parents received a crushing diagnosis from her pediatrician: 

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Casting for Cats (And Some Great Prizes!) in Islamorada

Back in 2001, Upper Keys florist and avid animal rescuer Sharon Mahoney Ellenwood asked her fishing guide

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Fishing Broad Minded in Islamorada

Daytime swordfishing was a lost art in the Florida Keys until a little over a decade ago when the Stanczyk

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Guy Harvey Outpost to Host Fun Back Country Fishing Tournament

Once upon a time in Everglades National Park, one of the very few fishermen intrepid enough to explore

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Prime Time for an Inshore Super Grand Slam in Islamorada

From late summer into early autumn, the flats of the Florida Keys are prime territory for scoring an

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