Kevin Redding went trolling on the Atlantic and bottom fishing at the Reef with Captain Chris Butler of Paradise Fishing of Key West. The day started with a pod of dolphin (porpoise) following the boat on our way out “The Humps”. At one point there was a fish one every line on the boat. Brian dropped his camera and I put the mic down as we each had to grab a pole. Brian caught and released a barracuda. I snagged a Mahi that Jeff and Jason were nice enough to let me keep (it was delicious). Thanks to Captain Chris, First Mate Jimmy, Brian Nelson the cameraman, Andy Perkins from AP design (www.designwithAP.com) for working on the photos, and Jeff from Atlanta and Jason from Tampa for letting us crash their charter. Call (305) 395-1416 and ask about going out with Captain Chris if you want to catch some fish. Be sure to tell them you heard about them from KeyWestBuzz.com if you want the royal treatment! Please like us on face book (under the weather) and thanks for listening!
Kevin Redding broadcasting with Sunset Watersports at Smathers Beach for a great day of fun in the sun! Click on the Sunset logo on the right to find out how you can experience the perfect day in paradise with Sunset Watersports.
I received an invitation from a friend who had just moved to Key West the previous month to visit Cayo Hueso . I jumped at the chance to escape the concrete jungle of the mainland. I had no inclination as to what, where, or any knowledge of even how to get to this tiny island. I packed a few things to stay for a week or longer and set our for paradise. As I landed in the Conch Republic I was captivated by the lush vegetation and colorful homes that lined the quaint streets and lanes. This tropical island is bordered by the most vibrant shade of turquoise waters I had ever seen. I visually consumed every fauna and floral possible.
Pato Banton energized the crowd at the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce’s 3rd Annual Reggae Fest on April 2nd. After Calton Coffie’s last minute cancellation Pato played a two-hour plus “superset” that had children dancing on-stage and locals freestylin’ with the band. Reggae fans caught rhythmic performances from Marijah, Bongo D, and Pato’s Now Generation Band on scenic Sugarloaf Key. Keep checking KeyWestBuzz.com for more details on the re-broadcast of the concert.
Have a Rum Punch in paradise and Join KeyWestBuzz.com at the 3rd Annual Reggae Fest on Sugarloaf Key (Mile Marker 17 Gulfside) from Noon to 6pm, Saturday, April 2nd. Grammy-nominated Reggae legend Pato Banton is headlining the show with performances from Grammy Winner Calton Coffie from Inner Circle (“Bad Boys” from Cops), Bongo D, and Marijah. KeyWestBuzz.com will be recording the full show for later broadcast.
Sugarloaf Key is the perfect tropical island setting for an unforgettable Reggae show. Vendors are creating tasty festival food with Island Spice and hand-made crafts for their booths. The bar is already stocked with plenty of Margarita Mix, Jamaican Rum Punch, and the essential ingredients to make the perfect Bahama Mama. The music will play on until the sun sets over the glistening waters of the Bay and the party will continue all night at the Sugarloaf Tiki Bar (www.sugarloaflodge.net).
Buy tickets on-line at www.keystix.com for $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. No coolers, back packs, picnic baskets, or pets.
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