27 March 2020

Florida Keys Officials Establish Checkpoints to Restrict Inbound Traffic

Increasingly concerned about the coronavirus crisis, Florida Keys government officials have established two traffic checkpoints at the top of the Keys that restrict non-residents’ inbound road access.
25 March 2020

Florida Keys Island Chain Temporarily Closed to Visitors

Florida Keys officials have temporarily closed the destination to visitors until further notice due to coronavirus concerns. Throughout the 125-mile-long island chain, lodging businesses and tourism-related entities — including hotels, attractions, beaches, fishing piers, boat ramps and parks — are temporarily closed.
16 March 2020

Colorado Angler Wins March Merkin Permit Tournament

Colorado angler Clint Packo caught and released three permit to win the 2020 March Merkin Permit Tournament that ended March 12.
04 March 2020

One Week Left! Enter to Win a Fishing Vacation to Northernmost and Southernmost Points in the U.S.

Anglers have until just before midnight March 11, 2020 (ET), to enter the “Northernmost to Southernmost Fishing Trip Giveaway” and vie to win a two-destination vacation that includes overnight stays and recreational angling in Lake of Woods, Minnesota, and the Florida Keys.
12 February 2020

Contest Prize Is a Fishing Vacation to Northernmost and Southernmost Points in the U.S.

Anglers can enter to win a two-destination vacation to fish freshwater and saltwater species in the “Northernmost to Southernmost Fishing Trip Giveaway” that spotlights recreational angling in Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, and the Florida Keys.
10 February 2020

‘Conch Honkers’ to Vie for Victory in Key West March 7

It’s not a stringed instrument, a percussion instrument or the musical choice of virtually any “American Idol” contestant. Nonetheless, the conch shell takes center stage in Key West’s music scene each spring, when several dozen hopefuls vie for victory in the annual Conch Shell Blowing Contest.
07 February 2020

Presidential Descendants to Explore Relatives’ Legacies Feb. 15 in Key West

Descendants of former presidents Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Theodore Roosevelt and William McKinley are to discuss their famous relatives’ lives and legacies Saturday, Feb. 15, at Key West’s Harry S. Truman Little White House.
06 February 2020

Cow Key Channel Bridge Run Entrants to Vie for Victory in ‘Zero K’ Race

The Cow Key Channel Bridge, stretching about 300 feet between Key West and neighboring Stock Island, is among the shortest of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway’s 42 bridges. Yet Saturday, Feb. 29, it will become the site of a quirky “zero k race” for people who want to compete in an “athletic” challenge without breaking a sweat.
04 February 2020

Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration to Honor Playwright in Key West

For more than 30 years internationally renowned playwright Tennessee Williams lived and wrote theatrical masterpieces in Key West. Fans can celebrate his extraordinary talent and life with a series of cultural events scheduled Feb. 22 through March 30.