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Here in South Florida, we have some of the best Mahi fishing in the world. But every time you try to find a good recipe online it feels like you have to sift through tons of ads, the chef's life story, the history of the recipe, etc. So, we're trying something new.

Here's a super simple, succinct recipe for the best blackened Mahi Mahi sandwich or tacos:

blackened mahi mahi sandwich

Ingredients:

  • Mahi Mahi fillets
  • Blackening seasoning
  • Olive oil
  • For Sandwich: Buns, lettuce, tomato, and tartar sauce
  • For Tacos: Tortillas, pineapple or mango salsa, and chipotle lime crema

Preparation:

  • Coat the Mahi Mahi fillets generously with blackening seasoning.
  • Heat olive oil in a skillet over medium-high heat.

Cooking:

  • Sear the fillets for about…

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Southeast Florida anglers catch more than 84 percent of the nation's supply of grouper, pompano, mullet, stone crab, pink shrimp, spiny lobsters, and Spanish mackerel. Seafood is sustainable when the population of that species of fish is managed correctly. There are wonderful and delectable seafood restaurants all across the Palm Beaches.

Listed below are three top favorites.

The "Seafood Bar" at The Breakers Palm Beach

Located within the iconic Breakers Palm Beach is the Seafood Bar, the seafood bar truly deserves its reputation as an unforgettable dining experience. Featuring a beautiful aquarium bar, nautical yacht theme and a to-die-for view of the Atlantic, this is the place for freshly caught and freshly prepared seafood dishes. The…

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You can fish in the Loxahatchee River. The Loxahatchee River in Jupiter is a wide body of water named from the Native American Seminole word for “river of turtles”. The most popular species caught on the Loxahatchee Riverfront are Snook, Crevalle jack, and Mangrove snapper. Hook and line are the only permissible forms of fishing.

The Loxahatchee River is a 7.6-mile river near the southeast coast of Florida. It is a National Wild and Scenic River, one of only two in the state, and received its federal designation on May 17, 1985. The Loxahatchee River flows out of the Jupiter Inlet and into the Atlantic Ocean.  

Fishing regulations in Florida can change throughout the year. Make sure to check this page before fishing for the most up-to-date rules…

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If you’re from Southeast Florida, you already know fresh fish is incomparable.  If you are new to the area, you should experience all the area has to offer. You should at least try to catch and eat what the locals catch and eat. Many of the top fish to catch are regulated by the Florida Wildlife Commission. For current fishing regulations, please visit the FWC Website.

Fish delicacies are a matter of personal preference.  Try many and experiment with different varieties cooked, such as baked, grilled, fried or sushi.  Here are some of the top 5 fish to eat in Southeast Florida!

Wahoo

Wahoo, also known as Ono, gets its name from the Hawaiian word which means “good to eat”. It is a delicious, white flesh delicacy.  It traditionally served as…

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The River Center in Jupiter is open to the public on selected days of the week for tours and events. The Loxahatchee River Environmental Center or just The River Center opened in August 2008 and features a collection of freshwater and saltwater aquariums with native sea life including touch tanks.

The mission of the River Center is to foster a sense of environmental stewardship for the Loxahatchee River’s diverse watershed through quality exhibits, educational programs, and meaningful events.  The center features live aquatic tanks, interactive exhibits, and a touch tank that represent the Loxahatchee River system.

Currently the River Center is open to the public on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 12 pm to 4 pm. The center provides a fun and…

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A new artificial reef program has started off the coast of Palm Beach. This past Monday, November 16th, 55 artificial reefs were deployed off the coast as part of the new project called 1,000 Mermaids that works with the Ocean Rescue Alliance. 

The new project is an artificial reef project that creates reef module to make more habitat on the bottom of the ocean for marine life. The artificial reefs arrived to the Port of Palm Beach on Friday of last week and the reefs were received and picked up to start the project. The non-profit, Ocean Rescue Alliance says that reef builders, and donations helped to make these artificial reef structures possible.

Each artificial reef weighs anywhere from 1,700 to 3,500 pounds and are placed 40 feet under the…

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Every Tuesday and Thursday the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach hosts a fish-feeding program for kids! This free program takes place at the Mangrove exhibit, which displays the habitats of Florida’s coastal ecosystems.

This is a great event for kids looking to learn about local plants and wildlife. Attendants will see a live feeding and listen to a guide explain the marinelife. This hands-on event is a great way for kids to experience some of the more interesting aspects of biology and science, there are few things more important in a child’s education than teaching him or her that learning can be fun and interesting. The fish feeding at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a big step in that direction.

When: Tuesday and Thursday at…

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King Mackerel or “Kingfish,” as they are commonly called, are some of South Florida’s greatest sport fish. While they aren’t great for eating (although you can eat them), Kingfish are a fun favorite of anglers looking for a challenge.

Kingfish are a migratory species of mackerel of the western Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They are an important species to both the commercial and recreational fishing industries.

Habitat: Coastal to offshore waters. Often around piers. They may occasionally be found in deep water.

Biology

  • King mackerel grow fast, up to 5 ½ feet and 100 pounds.
  • They can live more than 20 years.
  • They are able to reproduce when they reach 2 years of age.
  • There are two distinct populations, one in the Gulf…

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This Saturday, June 8th, is World Oceans Day where people around the world celebrate and honor the ocean.

Celebrations begin at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton on 9 am on Saturday and then again at noon on Sunday. The day’s activities include: coloring activities, learning experiences, games and activities, a chance to create recycles artwork, take a picture with the sea turtle mascot Luna, tour the Nature Center, Food trucks and much more.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is celebrating by hosting a Beach Clean Up on Saturday morning at 8:30 am. Those who wish to attend are asked to bring a bucket and gloves to help keep our beaches and oceans clean from litter and trash. The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is also hosting several other…

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