Key West Fishing
Whether you are looking for a chance to fish in the Flats of Key West or you are more interested in the life of the offshore Florida environment, we are here to ensure that you choose the charter that is right for you. All of our Captains are ready, willing, and able to make sure that you have a stellar trip no matter where you go. Its likely that you will end up on the most impressive boat with a highly skilled, entertaining Captain because our Captains all have the most to offer. In fact, our Captains have been called the best in all of Key West.
Why You Should Fish With Us
- 15 or More years of professional sport fishing experience
- Tournament Winning Guides
- Quality, PERFORMANCE! Boats
- Any Skill Level
- Fully certified and insured
- Our Guides have been Seen on: ESPN, Sunshine Network, and OLN
- Also featured in the magazines: Sport Fishing, and Florida Sportsman!
- Key West Fishing News
- Tarpon Season is Here!
- Capt. Miller's Fishing Report
Explore the different fishing options available below or call us and we can help recommend one for you!
Key West Fishing Reports
- Our Latest Fishing Report - Feb 15th 2011
This week started off beautifully. Perfect skies, bright sun, warm temperatures, and best of all, lots of activity out on the water. The week was especially successful for our offshore deep-water captains, who reported back catches of everything from Yellowtail Snapper to Blackfin Tuna. We have also seen a surge in the number of sailfish caught. Now, sailfish is one of the species that many of our guest anglers are eager to go after. And if we search hard enough, we can find them, it's rarely an issue. But lately, the wind conditions have been perfect for catching sailfish with the winds coming from the north and the east. The forecast for the upcoming week keeps the winds coming in from the north so if you're hoping to catch some sailfish during your Key West fishing charter, now is the ideal time!
Another species we've been very successful in catching lately is Blackfin Tuna. Recent reports have been coming back with these guys weighing between 15 and 30 pounds. The most success we've had in catching blackfin tuna has been in the really deep waters, we're talking depths of 150-250 and usually above the shipwrecks that are found in waters this deep.
As for the shallow water trips out to the flats, I myself have gone on a few of these this week. The big star fish has been the Kingfish. One day we caught three Kingfish on a half-day charter, with the biggest one weighing in at 47 pounds! We did slow trolling off on the reef edge and used live bait to catch these big boys. Same method worked marvelously for Wahoo, with our biggest one weighing in at 45 pounds.
Key West Fishing - Recent News
- Our Newest Addition to the Top Guide Fleet - The Coolcast
Our 36 foot SeaVee is big and stable with a fish anywhere attitude! CoolCast is a 36ft. open fisherman that represents the benchmark for center counsel fishing boats Learn More