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Category: Key West Florida News

Monroe County is the southernmost county in Florida. It stretches more than 100 miles from Key Largo to Key West and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west. Its key population centers include Key Largo, Islamorada, Tavernier, Marathon, Big Pine Key and Key West.

The Florida Keys are renowned for being among the most pre-eminent fishing and diving destinations in the world. Recreation options include fishing, diving, kayaking, camping, bicycling and assorted other water and outdoor sports.

Key’s Largest Fishing Rod

Wanna see the Florida Key’s LARGEST FISHING ROD? Well wait no more my faithful readers, here it is! WOW, does this look authentic! The attention to detail is impeccable and stunning to say the least. This is one GREAT 28′ long replica to be admired in its entirety from hook, reel, lure, line, to its mind-blowing truly real looking handle wrapping. You can find the Florida Key’s LARGEST FISHING ROD permanently attached to this mobile trailer on US-1 at Mile Marker 53.0 oceanside FREE for all to see. On US-1 turn onto 116th Street and you’ll see it there on your...

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Paradise Found

I found paradise years ago… Isn’t time you did too! PARADISE FOUND! Some things simply speak for themselves. What a great photo-op this is. The Keys newest oversized chair is one of the coolest by far. You can find this newcomer just before crossing the Cow Key bridge into Key West near Mile Marker 4.5 oceanside on US-1. Shoestring Weekend

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Louie’s Backyard – A Secret No More!

One of our absolute favorite places in Key West to have a drink and take in a breathtaking view! This secret, not so secret any more hide-a-way is worth seeking out. As you can see from the photos below, its back deck has nothing less than a view to die for! This oceanfront icon was featured years ago on TV before a hurricane left its scar upon its property, deck & building. It’ s been back in full swing for years now and better than ever. The view has always been spectacular and FREE, its tradition continues effortless today. Seen below are some of the famed attributes that...

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Moving soon? Beware of surprises by South Florida’s moving brokers

Complaints about bait-and-switch tactics by South Florida-based moving brokers are increasing, thanks to the real estate boom and a labor shortage that’s overwhelming abilities of large moving companies to meet demand. Are you planning a move? Here’s how to avoid getting burned.Sun Sentinel

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Crocodile Lake

Welcome to Crocodile Lake! Hmmm, I wonder how it got its name? I remember now, there’s plenty of crocodiles! This is a great unique sign for your souvenir scrapbook! Don’t bring a picnic lunch expecting to admire crocodiles while eating fried chicken because this place has no picnic or viewing area, just the National Wildlife Refuge office, a crocodile sculpture, informational signboards, and a small but beautiful butterfly garden. (it’s a refuge, not a park) Hmmm… you know what, on second thought, if you have a mother-in-law you’re...

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Captian Tony’s Stools Of Fame

Capt. Tony’s Famous Bar Stools Want to be in a bar with your favorite celebrity? If so, here’s your chance to literally share a stool with one! As you can see in the photo to the left that Dan Akroyd, Arlo Gutherie, Robert Deniro, Dustin Hoffman, and Clint Eastwood are just a few of the most recognizable names. Not pictured are Joe Pesci, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Harry Truman, David Allen Coe along with MANY others from the field of film, music and literature. These famous names appearing on bar stools can be found at Capt. Tony’s Saloon on Caroline Street just...

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11/19/2021 – 11/20/2021 The SMART Ride 18, Pedal to Paradise

The SMART Ride is a 2-Day, 165 mile bicycle ride from Miami to Key West every November. SMART Ride is the second largest AIDS bicycle ride in the country and the only one of its size to give back 100 percent, totaling $12.4 Million to AIDS Service Organizations since 2003. Register online to join. Florida Keys

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Key Largo’s Charter Boat Row

Have you ever wanted to charter a boat in the Florida Keys? Well then, have I’ve got the one-stop smorgasbord shopping spot for you! Wow, does this place have it all from big to small, short to tall, frills to no-frills, day or half day, alone or with a group, informal to formal, morning to night, canal or ocean cruise, for fishing, dinner, sunset or sightseeing. (you try saying all that in one breath) You can find this all-inclusive outdoor strip mall for chartering boats at Mile Marker 100.0 oceanside in Key Largo. Oh yeah, while your here walk another 30 feet towards the...

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