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Fire Charity Fishing Tournament will take place Saturday and Sunday, June 11-12, at Riverside Park and will benefit The Children's Burn Foundation.
The project has been in the works for almost 15 years.
Do It Right
Plus, how to protect marine life while you're on the water.
Catch of the Day
What to catch and how to cook it.
Cast a rod or net from Sarasota's beaches, bridges, piers and parks.
Florida likes to boast it’s the “fishing capital of the world,” with more than 8,436 miles of coastline, miles and miles of rivers and 7,700 lakes.
Fishing is woven into Sarasota’s cultural fabric and history.
Sarasota Saltwater Adventures offers weekly fishing charters for the family or for solo fishermen and -women.
This third-generation family of fishermen delivers—with a discount through Sarasota Magazine.
The three-story, 65-room hotel on the north end of Siesta Key welcomed visitors from 1912 all the way up to the early 1950s.
The 40-year-old pier will undergo a comprehensive inspection.
The two-year initiative includes raising and releasing 10,000 hatchery-reared juvenile snook along Florida’s southwest coast.
A near-century-old tradition brings participants to the action against the silver kings.
Mote is hosting a derby this weekend to help clean our reefs of this invasive species.
Restaurateur and supplier Karen Bell of Cortez Village is a seafood star.
Fall is in the air. In most areas of the country, there is an obvious change of season but in Florida, fall arrives in much more subtle ways.
In this week's Vintage Sarasota post, we explore the history of Sarasota's fishing industry.
Best-selling Southwest Florida thriller writer Randy Wayne White crusades to protect the region's tarpon.
Captain Jim Klopfer, staff guide for CB’s Saltwater Outfitters, shares some tips.
Join us for a stroll along some of the region's most inviting walkways.