We have arrived back in Islamorada. Thanks to all that donated supplies. We have been going around passing them out to those who need it. First we would like to say Thank you for all the calls and concerns!! Things have changed down here in the Keys and we all know change is a good […]

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“Mote Marine Laboratory scientist Dr. James Locascio describes the first-known U.S. spawning site for black grouper . This site is located in the Florida Keys and also hosts spawning, or reproductive activity, of red grouper and red hind. The site is called Riley’s Hump in the Tortugas. It is in a research only site in […]

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Approaching home. Sunny day, beautiful sight, great to be back in Islamorada and ready to fish. The reef has been alive the last few days. September fishing has been great so far. We are catching snappers, mutton snappers, king mackerel, and others.  Snapper fishing is open all year. Red Snapper is the only one with a […]

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