Our fishing of late has featured typical Key West variety. Dolphin, Cobia, Sailfish, Amberjack, and extra large Yellowtail Snapper have all been part of our catch over the last ten days. The key to our success has been to tailor our fishing to the weather conditions. On days with strong to moderate SE wind we have been trolling weedlines and color changes. With E wind and persistent W current we have done very well on the reef edge with Yellowtail. For those with an interest in pulling on somthing really strong, Amberjacks are stacked up on many of the wrecks and biting aggressively.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
The weather continues to be unseasonably warm here in Key West. As a result we haven’t had “normal” winter fishing which typically features lots of Tuna and Sailfish- both species have been scarce. Fortunately we have such a variety of fish that when one species is not abundant, we can find others which are. Here is a look at some of our catches over the last week.