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Fall Fishing is Heating Up

We are finally cooling off after a long hot summer.  With the cool off the offshore scene is looking great. The east current is here and all the fall migratory fish are moving in in large numbers. Tuna, mahi and more and more sailfish mixed with a nice wahoo day here and there. As far as our collision with Hurricane Irma, we are now fully recovered. Key West looks forward to our snow birds coming down to visit us this winter, and Capt. Conch Charters looks forward to creating great lasting memories. Till we see you in frigid Key West. Florida [78 degrees November 11th] enjoy these pics from recent trips on Capt. Conch Charters.

Tuna And Mahi Galore

Well Key West has finally recovered from Hurricane Irma, and we are finally running charters again. The tuna and mahi have been showing up in great numbers and the sailfish are just making there presence known as the fall migration is starting up as more and more sailfish head down the keys. You can expect… Continue Reading

Hurricane Irma Update

For all our northern friends WE ARE DOWN BUT WE ARE NOT OUT. Key West is set to re-open October 20th, but please keep in mind that date can fluctuate depending on our progress.  I will say in my 60 years of life in Key West this is the worst hurricane to hit the Florida… Continue Reading

72 Pound Wahoo Anyone

Well things have slowed down considerably on a tourist standpoint, but the fishing is getting better and better. It looks like our fall fishing is going to be on time and outrageous. Make your plans to come down to Key West and let us put you on some great fall fishing. On a recent trip… Continue Reading

Grand Slam Flags Flying

Capt. Conch Charters located in the Key West island paradise Continues to have a great summer fishing season. The mahi fishing remains strong and we have managed to mix in wahoo tuna sailfish and marlin to round out a great summer. August is upon us and conditions tell us that we can expect more of… Continue Reading

Summer Mahi and Marlin

The mahi are still moving in to the lower keys in great numbers and the marlin have finally found out. Capt. Conch and the rest of the crews have had numerous encounters with blue and white marlins, with a sprinkling of sailfish thrown in for fun. The summer is the best time of year to… Continue Reading

Summer mahi hot and heavy

Key West is having a great summer of mahi fishing with no end in sight. We have been having great catches of mostly school size dolphin mixed with a few large ones. We have also been catching a few sailfish, so not only have we been supplying boatloads of memories, we have also been bringing… Continue Reading