Seychelle, who writes our feature ” Fitness in the Keys” was recently named the Fastest Paddler on Earth. Congrats to you Seychelle and we are proud to have you as part of our team.
Just an FYI. The “Silver King” migration is in full swing. Fishing guides are reporting banner catches most days. Sizes vary, but some are significant. Plenty of mullet for bait to be found and best times are early morning or at dusk. They are everywhere; Flamingo, Channels, Bridges. So get out on the water and get yourself hooked!
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At the most recent Islamorada Village Council meeting there were discussions to enforce fines up to 25,000 for boaters who do not put down down riggers on their boats when going under the bridge forcing unnecessary openings. The Council estimated over 95% of the bridge opening could be prevented thus easing the already congested traffic flow.
Please take a look at the attached video. Together we can make sure our oceans and streams are safe for those who inhabit.
We here at Islamorada Times are proud alumni of Villanova University. We want to congratulate our beloved Wildcats on their second National Championship. Back in 1985 Villanova recorded the biggest upset in NCAA tournament final history defeating top ranked Georgetown, and fitting that last night Villanova’s shot with no time left on the clock to defeat the North Carolina Tarheals will go down as the greatest ending to a NCAA tournament final game.