Ladies, Celebrate Earth Day By Learning How to Fish!
Last June, Betty Bauman– founder of the women’s fishing university, “Ladies, Let’s
Springtime is for Gaffers
Few sights bring more joy to an offshore angler than a huge aqua-blue/lime green dolphin fish, or mahi
Catch the Bug While You Can!
Divers and snorkelers have just over three weeks to catch lobster before the Florida harvest season closes
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
Diving with Santa Claus
It turns out that Santa Claus carries more than toys in that reindeer-driven sleigh: a set of scuba
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.
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
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:
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
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
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
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