Key West Bonefishing
Deep Sea Fishing
The deep blue ocean of the Atlantic is right off Key West, Florida and some of the best fishing grounds are a short ride past our coral reef. The Gulf Stream flows between the Florida Keys and Cuba giving us the warm water that brings in the big fish. Deep sea fishing charters are available on both light tackle and larger offshore boats. Read more...
Key West Restaurants
Key West has as many restaurants and bars as it does churches according to one of my older tourism books. That leaves the locals and visitors with plenty of choices for every type of cuisine imaginable.
Of course folks come to the Keys and expect to eat some delectable seafood dishes so here are a few suggestions for your palate.
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Key West Bed and Breakfast
Sailfish in Key West
One of the best fish fights you may ever remember is a battle with an Atlantic Sailfish. Key West has plenty of them in the winter months and all year long they are caught and released here in the Keys. Sailfish jump madly in the air when hooked and are brilliant blue and purple in color when they are 'lit up'. Captains and guides here in Key West use live bait and also troll for these beautiful sailfish.
Bonefish, permit and tarpon, are abundant in the Florida Keys. Sight casting for the permit and bonefish on the flats is like no other fishing experience. Your guide captains a small skiff that holds 1-2 anglers. This skiff will run in shallow water and when you are at your destination for fishing, the guide will stop the boat and trim the motor up and begin to pole across these shallow water flats. He stands higher above you on a platform above the motor where he can guide the angler and see the fish from a further distance. Read more...
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Key West Fishing at its best!
The Key West area is full of great fishing opportunities. Take advantage of our summer season for tarpon fishing, abundant bonefish and permit in the Key West backcountry, wreck fishing for Permit, Snapper, Grouper & Cobia, or deep sea fishing for mahi mahi, sailfish and wahoo.
Key West is at the end of the Florida Keys island chain, a short drive from South Florida. Key West has a lot to offer to saltwater fisherman as well as non-fishing companions.
Contact us at 305-294-3618 for more information on fishing in Key West!