Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Delray Beach, ICWW, FL
The city of Delray Beach is located in Palm Beach County, FL. The city has a rich history that begins with the Jaega people being the first inhabitants. In 1876 the area became home to the Orange Grove House of Refuge, a shelter for ship-wrecked sailors. In the early 1900s there were many settlers from the Bahamas as well as from Japan. The economy was fueled by agriculture, particularly the growing of pineapples, and then as it gained popularity also began to have tourism as a main industry. Today, tourists and residents alike are drawn to the area by the beautiful white sandy beaches, the Delray Beach Tennis Center that hosts international championships, and its rankings as one of America’s Most Fun Small Towns and, according to Coastal Living, the 3rd Happiest Seaside Town in America.
By Dave Cleaveland. Back in the 90’s I had a business that photographed golfers on several golf courses in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area. While they played, I would run to the photo lab (yes, it was actually film in those days), get the film processed, run back to the golf… Learn More
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By takemefishing.org The best places for boating generally have a few important things in common. First, the best boating lakes offer you multiple ramps or access points. In other words, launching and docking your boat is super easy because you aren’t limited to a single ramp or marina. Second, there… SEE MORE
By www.discoverboating.com You may have recently discovered just how much fun freshwater fishing can be, or maybe some recent saltwater fishing excitement has got you hooked on the sport, but no matter how and where you fish there are some basic fishing tips for beginners that all anglers need to… SEE MORE
By fisheries.noaa.gov See how farming sea scallops in Maine is helping fishermen and coastal communities face new challenges and adapt. Fishermen lowers sea scallops into the water. Credit: NOAA Fisheries. Aquaculture of sea scallops in Maine has been steadily developing for about 20 years. This type of seafood farming offers… SEE MORE