- Snapper Fishing Florida Keys Bridges
- Florida Keys Weekend Fishing 4Cast
- Snapper-Grouper Closure Area in the South Atlantic to Open?
- Mako Shark Chomps Dolphin
- Bridge Trippin’ in the Keys
- Florida Daytime Swordfish
- Coral Rehabilitation Underway in Keys
- Big Pine Key Spanish Mackerel
- Florida Keys Coral Expert Named CNN Hero
- Big Pine Blackfin
A mini fishing vacation that offers a little bit of everything, all the time. No boat required. One lazy night a few friends and I made a spontaneous decision to drive to the Florida Keys. Our quest to cure boredom has since turned into frequent trips in search of tarpon, snapper, grouper and other great fish.
What kinds of fish might you find on the artificial reefs and wrecks around the Florida coast? That depends on season and latitude, to some extent. In midwinter, for instance, there’s a pretty big difference between the cold, nutrient-rich green water you’d encounter off Fernandina Beach, in far northeast Florida, and the warm, crystal clear Gulf Stream along the Florida Keys.
What began in December 2011 as a push to increase marine zoning in the Florida
Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS) is nearly at its midpoint. After working-group drafts by the Sanctuary Advisory Council and public comments last year, the process calls for internal reviews before final public comments in the spring and fall of 2014 before new zones may go into effect by summer of 2015.
If you are like many fellow fisherman and enjoy the beauty of Biscayne bay and its remarkable fishery, now is the time to speak up. To keep this fishery accessible. You don’t want to miss these meetings below.
Integrate technology with old time water-sense. Spoiler Alert: Directions to some pretty good flats down south. Volumes have been written about angling for the sleek, silvery bonefish. In the Keys, Bahamas, Miami and other tropical areas, you’ll find guides who’ll point out bonefish for you all day long.
An unprecedented cero mackerel bite has been underway off Key West for the past few weeks. Capt. Ted Lund is shown here with 15- and 10-pound ceros. The one on the left was caught by FS Editor Jeff Weakley; the other, by Bob Bagby, VP of Marketing for Zebco Brands in Tulsa, OK.
With the lockout negotiations still dragging on, NHL Florida Panthers Head Coach Kevin Dineen shed his whistle and skates for some fly fishing, barefoot style at the Redbone@Large’s The Tournament at the Legendary Ocean Reef Club.
The 37th Islamorada Invitational Fall Fly Bonefish Tournament kicked off on September 11 at the Islamorada Fishing Club with a rules meeting and dinner.
A message from the Keys Marine Sanctuary: Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary asks divers to respect the seafloor. Placement of items on seafloor can damage young corals, marine life.
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