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The Town of Jupiter and the Village of Tequesta are nestled between Palm Beach Gardens and Stuart. Both areas cater to the outdoor style, as they wrap around the Loxahatchee River and Intracoastal Waterway, which provide incomparable views to residents. For this reason, water sports and boating are abundant. Jupiter and Tequesta also offer their share of championship golf courses and pristine beaches frequented often under consistently sunny skies.

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Swordfishing has increased in popularity ten-fold in the past couple of years, mainly because of the recent development of daytime swordfishing (it used to primarily be done at night) and accessibility of electric reels. If you love fishing, I'm sure a swordfish is on your bucket list. The good news is, Palm Beach County residents and visitors alike have plenty access to fishing charters. Whether swordfishing is something to cross off of your bucketlist, or you want to learn how to rig and do it yourself, below is a list of friendly local captains who can help your dreams come true.

Lemieux Fishing Charters

  • Captain Chris Lemieux
  • Address: 7848 S Federal Highway, Hypoluxo
  • Phone: 561.767.6211

A Boynton Beach Firefighter, Captain Chris

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Congratulations to “Ma Sheila” fishing team on their tournament win of the premier IGFA Light Tackle Invitational, and to team member Jeff Wright also won top angler!

IGFA’s newest exclusive two-day tournament, known for its maximum line class of 12 pounds and strict adherence to IGFA Angling Rules, is sure to be a local favorite for years to come. Hosted at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island, Florida, the IGFA Light Tackle Invitational prides itself in being a genuine “angler’s tournament”- a platform for light tackle anglers from around the globe to showcase their skills and sportsmanship.

All proceeds from the IGFA Light Tackle Invitational will benefit the IGFA Great Marlin Race, the world’s most extensive billfish satellite tagging program,

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With more than 3 million people of all ages participating, “Sporting Clays” is now one of the fastest growing sports in America.

Families are participating in the sport because it provides wholesome family fun, and it gives you hours of excitement in the fresh air.

Described as “Golf with a Shotgun,” courses are designed to simulate field shooting, and competitors are challenged to a wide variety of targets that duplicate the escape tactics of wild game. Clays “flush” like quail, hop like rabbits, and fly across the sky as fast as the swiftest waterfowl.

Tournaments draw competitors to South Florida from all over the world, and recently, many avid shooters have been moving to South Florida so they can enjoy this outdoor sport year-round in the

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Valentine's day is coming up, and whether you don't care, or you have a special someone you'd like to impress, dinner dates aren't always very exciting. Here are a few different Valentine's Day date ideas that are sure to make you stand out from the crowd.

Dog Day at the Beach

Let’s be honest with each other- good people love dogs. What better way to find out if your valentine has a heart of gold than by playing with puppies on the beach? Bring your own well-behaved dog, or just go to Jupiter’s Dog Beach! There are always so many playful pooches there that it’s usually not too weird if you say hi to a few. For an extra touch, pack a meal for your sweetheart and a few dog treats!

Adopt a Turtle at Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Matching tattoos =

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There’s nothing like a “Sunday Funday” on the water (or Saturday Funday for that matter). When you factor in the warm Florida sunshine, the blue water, and the convenient variety of waterfront restaurants, the intracoastal waterway (ICW) from Palm Beach Inlet to Jupiter always provides for the ultimate cruise. We’ve given you a line-up of nine restaurants not only accessible from the water and in order from Palm Beach Inlet to Jupiter Sound, but worth adding to your bucket-list!

Stop #1: Sailfish Marina, Singer Island

Voted the “Best Sunday Brunch” on Trip Advisor, it’s only appropriate to kick off your Sunday shenanigans at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. Overlooking Peanut Island, this well-known resort and fishing destination opens at 7am with

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Leaving the house without my dog is probably the most guilt-inducing part of my day. When she realizes I’m leaving, she flashes those sad puppy dog eyes hoping I change my mind. It’s the worst! The good news is, we live in a place where most people love dogs, and besides dog-friendly restaurants and bars, Palm Beach County has a few dog-friendly beaches and sandbars! It may be easy to bring them along, but besides obeying posted rules in the area, dogs do need a little special attention in order to make sure you both have tons of comfortable fun in the sun!

Here are a few tips for caring for your dog at the beach:

  1. Before heading outside, remember that dogs’ skin sunburns just like humans do. Anywhere they have skin exposed, short hair, white

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Pictured: PGA National is the home of The Honda Classic

Referred to as “Golf’s Hot Spot” in Golf Digest and the “Epicenter of Professional Golf” by GOLF.com, the sunny beachside town of Jupiter Florida is the place to live for today’s pro golfers.

The current crop of Tour players have flocked to Jupiter Florida, favoring the beachside town for its warm weather, its absence of income tax, its unparalleled lifestyle, and its prevalence for affluent suburbs that allow access to private clubs and games with other pros.

One of the most public additions to the Jupiter scene was Tiger Woods when he completed a $38 million purchase in 2016 of 10 acres of residential property stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway, but 35 PGA

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The most adorable event at Sandhill Crane Golf Club is here for its 25th year, “Denim & Diamonds” Daddy Daughter Date Night.

On Friday, February 7th, the Sandhill Crane Golf Club Ballroom will be flooded with little princesses and their father, grandpa, stepdad, or favorite father figure for a dazzling night of dinner and dancing.

Guests are invited to dress up and sparkle or “dress down and chill out” while eating dinner and delectable desserts, goofing off in the photo booth, and dancing to the tunes of a DJ.

Date: Friday, February 7
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Sandhill Crane Golf Club Ballroom
11401 Northlake Boulevard, 
Palm Beach Gardens, 33412

Age: Daughters 4 years and up

Cost:

Palm Beach Gardens Resident: $45 per couple

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Beginning on June 16th, 2017, West Palm Beach artist Rene Gibson undertook a project the entire sportfishing and art community has been watching intensely since then. Starting with adorning a single Swarovski Crystal to the tip of the marlin bill, Gibson meticulously placed over 100,000 crystals to create the most brilliantly glistening full-sized taxidermy marlin you will ever see.

Throughout the two-year process, Gibson shared her progress on Instagram for enthusiastic fans, and on June 29th, 2019, Gibson let her daughter place the very last crystal to complete this beautiful piece of art.

“It takes a village to crystal a marlin.” Rene Gibson said, “It’s been a long journey and I want to thank those of you who have followed along. Special thanks

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If you’re from the Jupiter area, you probably have many childhood memories splashing around the shallow lagoon of DuBois Park. Some of the best family time of my childhood was spent searching for crabs, attempting to catch small fish with a toy net in the mangroves, and eating grilled hotdogs on the warm sand.

While the unique estuary is a joy to explore, there is also a rich history behind DuBois Park. At the top of the “Indian mound”, a large pile of mollusk shells built by indigenous Native Americans, in the center of the park is a house made of Florida pine that was once home to early Florida pioneers, Harry and Susan DuBois. Harry bought 18 acres south of the Jupiter Inlet that he had long admired for its ridge of Indian shell mound, and he needed

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