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Fishing Report September 18, 2010: Windy Day Fishing

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Windy Day Fishing We all know that the weather in the Keys can be unpredictable. Some days the sky is sunny and the seas calm. The next, the...

Upcoming Fishing Tournaments throughout the Florida Keys

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ISLAMORADA / June 05 to June 10 Don Hawley Invitational Tarpon Tournament The world’s top fly-rod anglers endure a five-day test of will and muscle, fishing Keys waters using...
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A wild week on the water

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While the Best Bet teams braved some seriously gusty winds and choppy water this week, the front that moved through the Keys on Sunday afternoon has certainly...
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Falling temperatures bring pelagic fish into range

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Fall is a time when many of the pelagic fish start showing up in the Florida Keys as the water temperatures begin to cool. Species include kingfish,...
#Fish: The hunt for the black grouper - A man holding a fish on a boat in a body of water - Fishing

#Fish: The hunt for the black grouper

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On a recent morning, we found a patch not too far off that proved a worthy underwater landscape. Like the typical patches in that area, the top...
Local Knowledge: Fish Tales Told Here - A man sitting on a boat - Ali Hussainy

Local Knowledge: Fish Tales Told Here

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The guys at BD Outdoors all agree that the key to any successful fishing trip is local knowledge, and that’s when the idea for the TV show...
Mystery coral disease is named – ‘Stony Coral’ continues to spread in the Keys - A fish swimming under water - Coral reef

Mystery coral disease is named – ‘Stony Coral’ continues to spread in the Keys

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Amped-up efforts to find the source of a coral disease that has been spreading through South Florida reefs for the last four years have been fruitless, and...
What recent great white sightings in the Keys mean - A shark in the water - Shark

What recent great white sightings in the Keys mean

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April and May have been big months for big sharks in the Keys. In mid-April, a fisherman named Carter Bates posted a video online of a white...
WORTH THE WAIT – CRF corals spawn later than predicted - A man swimming in the dark - Free-diving

WORTH THE WAIT – CRF corals spawn later than predicted

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Each year, just after the August full moon, scientists, divers, and coral nerds in the Keys hang out at the bottom of the ocean in the middle...

Sanctuary buoy team completes maintenance mission before holiday weekend

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Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary buoy team member Brady Booton holds a pick-up line compromised by gooseneck barnacles. Prior to the Independence Day weekend, NOAA allowed the...
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