September 2014

There are 38 blog entries for September 2014.

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Introducing the 2nd Annual South Florida Fall Boat Show and the 7th Annual Florida Marine Flea Market and Seafood Festival. Both events are combining together for a show on Sept 12-14 at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The boats are the main desirability; this boat show is the ultimate spot to buy, with some of the fieriest deals. If you are looking to sell your boat, you can platform it in the used boat showcase while you’re shopping for your newest addition. Not only does this fall boat show have hundreds of new models at often the best prices available, it offers so much more. This upcoming fall boat show is offering an extraordinary presentation of marine equipment, such as inboard and outboard gas and diesel, wide range of

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Around town many cultural arts organizations, programs and amenities are offered. Arts and culture play an important role in improving lives of people.  It is that social impact that leads to an economic impact on society.  It mobilizes communities and turns neighborhoods into places of interest.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is Florida’s largest professional award winning regional theatre offering Broadway caliber productions and events.  The 2014-15 season promises a fantastic lineup of family entertainment, blockbuster musicals, comedies and dramas.  Visit www.MaltzJupiterTheatre.org for the online box office.

Norton Museum of Art will reopen September 23 after reinstallations.  Three wonderful exhibitions will be featured.  “PLAY!”  features the

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Have you ever wanted to experience diving on coral reefs but wanted to look it up online first to see the involvement before trying it? Starting now, you can use Google Maps to find panoramic views of a manta ray flying along the bottom of the ocean floor, schools of exotic fish forming together and find coral reefs with all variation of colors. It would be like scuba diving an underwater safari from your computer pad or smartphone.

The U.S. governments of scientists are concentrating on underwater fisheye lenses for capturing subaquatic sanctuaries nationwide in hopes of scattering the videos and panoramic images into “street view” mapping within Google Maps. There is a small collection on Google Maps for now, such as Bermuda, Galapagos, Monaco, Belize,…
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Fishing Report 9.5.14

The full moon of September is on this upcoming Monday, so the fishing should be very good over the weekend.

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This time of the year, little blackfin tuna are showing up in 250‘-350’ of water from Palm Beach Inlet to down south. If you troll daisy chain lures that is a excellent way to get the blackfin tuna in action! If you find a nice size school of blackfin tuna, possibly put wahoo lures out and around them. Wahoo may like to change up their meal from bonita to blackfin tuna around September. Trolling at high speeds in 150’-350’ of water would be ideal for wahoo fishing in South Florida.

Sailfish have been hanging around all summer and are biting kite baits from 150’–300’ feet of water or so depending on the current. Mutton…
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Across a beautiful waterfront site, located on the famous streets of Palm Beach County – Flagler Drive and Clematis Street- is hosting The Feast of the Sea. This special event is sure to bring seafood devotees, live music performances, kid activities, art vendors and seafood dishes from around the world.

Feast of the Sea is a free general admission seafood festival that is showcasing the best of the best restaurants and their cultural enthused seafood dishes. This event is to help recognize the regions and celebrate the multiple flairs of seafood including North American, South American, European, Caribbean and walk through the Asian recipes from Palm Beach County’s best dining establishments.

To top it all off with the salty satisfaction, there will be a…
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The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is an authentic Japanese experience that inspires, informs and amuses visitors by the beautiful scenery, centrally located in Delray Beach. The luscious gardens and the unique Japanese designs represent the periods of time from the eight to the twentieth century. The museum consists of islands, paradise gardens, ancient structures and artifacts.

This Morikami Museum hosts plenty of events throughout the year; the next upcoming fabulous event is called: Sushi & Stroll on Friday September 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

You can enjoy a peaceful walk through the unique and colorful gardens with a cold drink in hand. Sip sake or selections of Fine wines that you may not find anywhere else in South Florida – sweet, sparkling

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The Hollywood Hills Saltwater fishing science and social club (HHSFSSC) brings local South Florida’s scientist, hobbyist, professors, recreational and commercial fisherman together to discuss saltwater fishing and ocean science.

The club is an active research and seminar program to do investigation such as tagging swordfish, fish analysis, finding out general questions such as how fast fish can grow. The meetings are fun for adults because they start out with Happy Hour, local fishing reports, general discussion and announcements, seminars then feature experts to speak and followed by group conversations. Many legendary professors and captains repeatedly show up to the meetings and share knowledge that you can’t just look up on the internet. Experienced

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The recreational harvest season for Florida’s leading game fish, snook, has opened as of September 1, statewide Florida anglers are getting prepared to hook some snook. The snook season opened on Labor Day and will last until December 14th on the Atlantic coast and this year is predicted to be better than they have been in a long time.

Most years in the past, it seemed as though the snook can sense when the season opens and closes. However, this year the weather has confused them a bit as the abundance of rain fell later in the summer rather than in the early part, so they may be off track by a few weeks. The local fisherman are predicting the odds of actually catching a keeper will be up to the 15th or 20th of September.

In addition, I received some

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