Beach-Free Activities

We can all guess the main reasons people come to Florida. But there is more to do here than sip margaritas beachside. Rain, or painfully burnt and staying out of the sunshine…we’re going to share our top beach-free activities. Ringling Museum The Ringling is a great way to spend a day sightseeing and learning about […]

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Merry Fish-mas!

Tampa Bay is subtropical. We experience slightly colder water temperatures and moderate daytime temperatures, along with consistent outdoor activity. Rather than winter bringing a reduction in fishing, we share increased populations of cold-water species turning the Fishing Capital of the World into an endless playground and a very Merry Fish-mas. Sheepshead Sheepshead is a prized […]

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The Original Tiny Living

New-age tiny homes and modern-day minimalist decore lead one to believe that we’ve stumbled upon a new way of living. But the original tiny living community knows this isn’t true. Ranging in size from twelve to forty-five feet and traveling the country for decades, the original tiny living community were referred to as “RV’ers” and […]

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Terra Ceia Fishing Report for July

Tampa Bay is full of popular fishing spots.  With 11,000 Charter Captains putting year-round visitors onto fish, you’ll hear numerous fishing reports in and offshore.  Renowned hot-spots such as John’s Pass and Fort DeSoto make it hard to consider exploring new areas.  But if you’re looking go where fish are biting, and boat traffic is […]

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