Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Indian Key, Hawk Channel, FL
The island of Indian Key, home to Indian Key Historic State Park, is located in the upper Florida Keys. While it is a ghost town, unpopulated since the mid-19th century, the island is a popular destination for tourists and for archeologists looking to uncover the foundations of historic buildings.
COASTAL NEWS FOR JULY Updates from US Harbors In August we honor the dedication and courage of the United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard traces its founding to an act of Congress on August 4, 1790, which is why on this day we celebrate the courageous work of these service… Learn More
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By US Harbors. While you are out fishing, do you sometimes encounter an unusual fish that you’ve never seen before? Do you forget to bring a camera to record your catch? Would you like to have beautiful fish prints to frame and hang in your kitchen, or give to friends?… SEE MORE
By Kevin Simauchi. In an eerie twist, volatile weather and heat-induced drought are unearthing glimpses of lost archaeological treasures and forgotten history. Extreme heat this year has triggered wildfires, drought and melting glaciers. Less expectedly, it’s also revealed some weird and dark things about our past—shipwrecks, corpses, ghost villages, ornamental… SEE MORE
By Domonique Tolliver. Fishing is in Lance Nacio’s DNA. When his great-grandfather came to the U.S., he settled in a fishing community called Manilla Village and made a living working the waterways around the village. While Lance Nacio’s father worked in the oil and gas industry, he also hunted and… SEE MORE