Living in Florida, it’s easy to get distracted by the beaches, rocket launches, beautiful weather, and laid-back atmosphere, but if you look a little more closely, you’d be surprised what else is going on right here on our Space Coast! Locally filmed public policy entertainment program, Live with Lori: Political Food for Thought, features a unique mixture of non partisan political banter and delicious home-cooked recipes.Details
Going on right now, Harbortown Marina is offering a $0 down, no payments until 2014 deal for new customers who sign up for an annual contract before December 1st. This last minute special offer defers the usual deposit until January, and provides the customer with the rest of November, and the entire month of December, FREE of charge!Details
The Holiday Season is upon us, and there are a ton of great activities going on near Cape Canaveral that are sure to boost your spirits and help you truly enjoy this festive time of year. For convenience, we have compiled a list of some of the best holiday events going on in the Harbortown Marina area. Here, you’ll find information on local boat parades, dinners, shows, and even 5K runs.
Have fun, and enjoy the Space Coast Florida winter holiday experience!Details
When hooking a trout, it is common for them to come immediately to the surface shaking their heads often resulting in “the one that got away.” If you are lucky enough to still have a fish on the other line, expect the trout to make unpredictable runs from left to right, and if large enough, make sure your drag is set. Be careful to keep them away from the docks where they can run you across a barnacle covered pylon; then, it’s not only a lost fish but a lost lure or hook.Details
Have you ever seen the fall mullet run? It is pretty spectacular if you have not. The Indian River and Banana River Lagoon run parallel with the Atlantic Coast line where this southbound migration happens. Snook, Redfish, Bluefish, Lady Fish, Sharks, and much more will be a lot of fun to catch for Brevard County anglers. The most prized of all is the world famous common snook.Details