Some power and service has been restored in the Florida Keys. Some landlines are working at Bars and establishments in Key West and other Keys, therefore much more news is getting out of the Florida Keys. We are doing our best to vet this information and republish or share accurate, helpful information. We will be doing this throughout the day today and whenever we see good information. Relief efforts are beginning and supply drops are being organized. If you have a relief effort and want to get the word out, please let us know and we will post it here.Read More
Monroe County will open re-entry into the Keys for residents and business owners in Key Largo, Tavernier and Islamorada at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Entry requires a yellow re-entry sticker or proof of residency or business ownership in those three cities. A roadblock will be put around Mile Marker 74, just before Sea Oates Beach where part of the road has washed out. An FDOT road crew will repair the road tomorrow.Read More
The message from Monroe County Emergency Management is that the Keys are closed to the general public (even residents) while damage assessments continue and utilities are restored. Those who arrive in Florida City will be turned away...Read More
Can you imagine having zero warning as a Category 5 Hurricane came straight at you? No Weather Channel, no radar, no phone app, not even anyone to call you and tell you it is coming. That is what happened in 1935 when the most powerful Hurricane to ever hit the Keys took aim at Islamorada. Learn about this historic storm in this feature from our show.Read More
When I saw the Manta Racks at Icast, I knew immediately that I had to have 2 sets. If you don't know what the Manta Racks are, they are a genius invention that solved a big problem. These are simple racks that can hold a single or double SUP, of many different manufacturers, securely on any boat and be completely removed when not in use...Read More
We can also find incredible craftsmanship in our fishing rods. The first time we used St. Croix it was immediately apparent that their was extreme craftsmanship and care put into every element of the fishing rod. Each rod takes 32 pairs of hands to finish. St. Croix builds most of their rods in Park Falls, Wisconsin here in the United States....Read More
This week I did my first Facebook Live video on Saltwater Experience' Facebook page. I thought it went well and I was able to answer SO many questions that people had.
Topics covered were everything from Sun protection, to biggest and favorite fish to how to become a guide. If you missed it live, you can still check it out here.Read More