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Easter Fishing

Happy easter everyone. Please keep in mind after the easter bunny is gone and the eggs have been counted. After the choclate has been eaten and the belly has been made full. Keep in mind that the world considers this a holy day, and no matter what your beliefs, most of us believe in a higher being. We also believe that he is good and he wants us to do good and be good. If we could all walk through life with that simple mantra, the world would be a better place. On this holy day remember that love is our most powerfull ally as well as our most powerfull weapon. Take a moment to say a prayer for humanity GOD knows we need it. In the meantime enjoy your day and and if you are not in Key West right now you need to get hear. The Temperature is warm, the beer is cold, the people are friendly and the fishing is…..well take a look

What to expect in april

Well the march run of sailfish has not happened yet, although there are numerous sail being caught daily by our key west charter boats we are not catching them with the consistency that we expect. So with any luck and the blessing of the fish gods key west will experience a great april run. We… Continue Reading

Assorted Catches This Week

Well the blue water has not heated up as expected but we have been putting some great trips together with an assortment of reef fish, some amberjacks on the wrecks, and yes not as many sails as expected yet but we are picking at them. Keep tuned in we will let you know when it… Continue Reading

Here Come The Sailfish

March is coming in with a roar again living up to its windy reputation. If you were in Key West this first weekend of March you experienced our windiest days this winter, with winds gusting to 40 m.p.h. barreling in from the northeast and then turning due east. This is making for some extremely rough… Continue Reading

Wahoooo Time!!!!!

The weather in Key West has been absolutely beautiful the last few days, and with this winter reprieve the blue water has improved. We have been doing well with mostly great afternoon bites of tuna in between cold fronts. The sailfish have moved off the reef and taken up residence in the blue water anywhere… Continue Reading

Reef Sailfish!!!

You heard right we do catch sailfish right on top of the reef  this time of year. This phenomenon  usually does not last long, maybe 2 weeks to a month, but it is very exciting when it does. So picture this you are approaching the reef, and you can see from a distance a group… Continue Reading

Gulf of Mexico heating up

Winter time is upon us once again in sunny Key West. You can expect to see temperatures dropping into the 60s on rare occasions lol. With the cooling waters our winter kingfish migration has begun. The charter boats in our area have been catching there limits of smoker kings in the Gulf of Mexico whenever… Continue Reading