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Hand Feed the Florida Tarpon in Islamorada

Hand Feed Florida Tarpon at Robbie's Marina in Islamorada

Robbie’s Marina is located at mile marker 77.5 at the north end of Lower Matecumbe Key, Islamorada, in the middle Florida Keys. Located on the Gulf side of the island, it has become an icon in the Keys in recent …

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Big Bull Redfish Migration Offer Bigger Bite

Capt. Kathy, Corey Childers and son Dylan, and grandfather Randy Cochran

Inshore fishermen get to experience the big bull redfish migration. These monsters start their migration pattern from creeks, rivers, and upper sound areas before making way to the beach fronts and then the ocean. Schooling baits such as mullet and …

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Fishing Big Bull RedFish Out For Fall Migration

Tyler and Thomas Lloyd are holding up what is known as a Trophy Redfish. After a solid 20-minute fight, the 48 inch redfish was tagged and released. Photo by Captain Judy Helmey

The month of October offers fishermen a bigger bite scenario. Inshore fishermen get to experience the big bull redfish migration, which starts taking place this month. These monster redfish start their migration pattern from where they have been holing in …

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Brown Pelicans – Myths and Facts Part I

Is it true that that pelicans go blind from the trauma their eyes sustain when diving for food? We'll explain other Myths and Facts and give the real reason behind the lives of these amazing birds.

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