The current year of 2014, began being a good year for tagging dolphin then it quickly turned into an upright outstanding year! This is the second superlative year of dolphin tagging so far, due to the appearance of hefty numbers of dolphin off the Southeast Coast of Florida. Numerous marine anglers are working very hard in labeling fish to ensure the achievement of the Dolphinfish Research Program.

The 2014 tagging determination for each zone converses and compares to the historical average. There is news on the tag recoveries and offers vital information about the dolphin behavior in broad areas or zones.
According to Florida Sport Fishing magazine, “The total number of dolphin were tagged through August 31, 2014 is 1,771 fish. Anglers that were fishing…

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10.3.14 Fishing Report

Fishing should be a bit shaken up this weekend due to the first “cool” front of the season in South Florida.

The west winds have divided up the dolphin fishing a tad as you may find decent size schools of dolphin up to 15 pounds from 11 to 13 miles offshore.  Trolling with ballyhoo or drifting with live mullet seems to always be excellent choices of bait to lure in the dolphin right now. Captains are predicting some sailfish action to be good this coming weekend with some possibly north wind in the forecast. Nearby on the edge, you will be able to discover some kingfish with occasional wahoo tagging along, by trolling around with a Bonita strip or spoon. With the perfect mix of current and water quality, snapper fishing are…

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Photo courtesy of Harbourside Place.

Spectacular views of the Intracoastal Waterway and live music are the focal point of the outdoor amphitheater located at Harbourside Place, 200 U.S. Highway One, Jupiter.  Lighting and sound system installations are scheduled to be completed at the end of this month.  The entertainment center “boasting a canopied stage, interactive fountains, lawn seating and acoustics that will make your heart melt.  It will serve as the meeting place for yoga on the waterfront, live music after work and family activities” according .  

Take a stroll through along Jupiter Riverwalk, rest on the lawn seats at the amphitheater and enjoy the view or breeze in and out of the shops and restaurants located…

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The famous Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum will be suffused with bright colorful pink and then purple lights for the month of October. To increase awareness of two separate causes, Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence against Women, there will be different colors ignited on the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum that represent each origin. 

Every year in October the nation promotes Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a movement to escalade the awareness of the disease. Although most of the nation’s society is aware of breast cancer and the importance of this cause, various people seem to overlook to take the important strides. As research still has an extensive way to go, scientists need our help! The Jupiter Lighthouse will be glowing in bright pink…

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The prominent lady angler KDW fishing event is right around the corner! The once a year Bluewater Babes Fishing Tournament begins this weekend on October 3rd and 4th at U-Tiki in Jupiter, FL. This South Florida fishing tournament and costume contest is purely devoted to raising awareness for our local breast and ovarian cancer patients that are in financial necessity. Bluewater Babes is so much more beyond fishing, bearing in mind the Bluewater Babes working group is essentially of women who are breast cancer survivors, have a family member with cancer or have been truly touched by someone affected. This is year will be better than ever with a  celebratory mix of categories such as boat ornamenting contest and water gun fights, team costume contests, best…

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