Florida Keys

There is no shortage of activities for visitors of all ages and interests in the Florida Keys. The islands of the Florida Keys make for a classic Florida fishing vacation. The Keys include Key Largo, Islamorada and, of course, Key West, plus dozens of Keys in between.

Key West

Today, Key West attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world. The island's vibrant culture and history, pristine beaches, abundant marine resources make this island a premier tropical...

Lower Keys

History Florida Keys means “Florida’s little islands”, coining from the Spanish word “cayo”, which means “little island.” The Keys had been originally...

Marathon

History The name Marathon originated when railroad workers often exclaimed “this is going to be a real marathon” because of their continues effort to complete the railway. In early 1900s when the...

Key Largo

History Key Largo is among the largest of the islands in the Florida Keys. Original residents were the native American tribes, but the Europeans later came and claimed the land. Ponce de Leon, a...

Islamorada

History Cuchiyaga Indians first inhabited Islamorada making it the oldest inhabited place in Florida Keys. In 16th Spanish explorers named the island “islas moradas” which means purple islands. When...

Winter Fishing in Key West

A lot of people tend to think that the Key West does not have any fishing seasons. It may seem like this if you compare it to other regions in North America where fishing is a popular sport. The...

Florida Keys Bonefishing Guide

The bonefish is arguably one that was made for the sport of catch and release fishing. It developed a reputation for the Florida Keys and the Key West as one of the most famous spots for sport...

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