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Sailfish…Sailfish..Sailfish….and FUN!!!!

Sunday, October 25th, 2009
Sailfish3Islamorada / December 01 2009 to January 31 2010Sailfish2

Florida Keys Gold Cup Sailfish Championship Anglers are to pursue sailfish, the most plentiful billfish in the waters off the Keys, in a series of competitions.
Contact: (305) 852-2102
Email: ditournaments@aol.com

Islamorada / December 03 2009 to December 06 2009

Islamorada Sailfish Tournament This competition is the first leg of the triple-crown Florida Keys Gold Cup Championship Series. The tournament is one of the oldest in the Florida Keys.
Contact: Dianne Harbaugh at (305) 852-2102
Email: ditournaments@aol.com

Islamorada / December 09 2009 to December 10 2009

Islamorada Fishing Club Captain’s Cup Sailfish Tournament Anglers compete for a winner-take-all $25,000 jackpot for catching and releasing sailfish.
Contact: The Islamorada Fishing Club at (305) 664-4735
Email: fishing@theislamoradafishingclub.com

Islamorada / December 11 2009 to December 13 2009

Don Gurgiolo Sailfish Classic This all-release tournament offers the ever-popular ugly sport coat award in honor of Captain Don.
Contact: Tammie Gurgiolo (305) 852-9337
Email: fishnbully@msn.com

Islamorada / December 18 2009 to December 20 2009

Islamorada Junior Sailfish Tournament Anglers through age 16 are to target sailfish for trophies.
Contact: Tammie Gurgiolo (305) 852-9337
Email: fishnbully@msn.com

Like Fast Cars, and Faster…..

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Nov. 7
in Islamorada
Corvettes in Paradise Corvette owners are to compete for awards in 21 classes at an event at mile marker 84 oceanside, presented by the Florida Keys Corvette Club. Call (305) 872-9641 or click here.

Are you into Cycling, Islamorada has just the thing for you!

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Islamorada / October 03 to October 04 Indian Key Bike & Kayak Tour A unique paddling, biking and walking tour of Indian Key. Learn fascinating facts about the island in the 1800s, its residents and place in South Florida history. Tour is free, departs 10 a.m., bring your bike and kayak. Rentals available. Visit Web site for details.
Contact: Mark Terrill 305-879-0390

Specal Event in Islamorada

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Islamorada / September 12 Third Annual Forgotten Soldier Outreach Benefit A family fun event hosted by Zane Gray Lounge at the Worldwide Sportsman, MM 81.5, from noon to 4 p.m. Kids’ fishing tournament on the dock, kids boot camp & agility course, face painting, dunk tank, live music and more. At 4 p.m. a celebrity bartending event along with silent & live auction, live musicians and memorial service on the water for all fallen soldiers at sundown.
Contact: 561-248-6064

Islamorada Hotels: Visit Indian Key

Friday, February 6th, 2009

We hope you will come and treat yourself to the tropical weather of the Florida Keys. When you come to stay at our Florida Keys resort, consider taking a trip to Indian Key.

Indian Key has a rich history. At one point in the 1830s, Indian Key was home to a thriving town. Even then folks knew the indulgent nature of relaxing in the island breeze. In fact, the man who built the town, Jacob Housman, advertised his hotel on Indian Key as a therapeutic retreat for the ailing.

Arieal View of Indian Key

Arieal View of Indian Key

Today the Florida Park Service works to maintain the numerous foundations and ruins. They also maintain the cultural landscape of the historic community. The island provides a wonderful glimpse of South Florida history. So, take a boat ride, visit us, and experience some of our fascinating maritime history.

It is accessible only by private boat or charter boats available at nearby marinas. Remember that when you come to stay at Lookout Lodge, you can bring your boat for a trip to Indian Key, and we are a pet friendly resort Florida, so you can bring your best friend too!


Lookout Lodge Resort 87770 Overseas Highway Islamorada, Florida 33036 United States Phone: 305.852.9915 Toll Free: 800.870.1772 Fax: 305.852.3035