We have been maintaining a very busy fishing schedule over the last several weeks with the result that it has been hard to find time to post updated fishing reports. In general fishing remains strong with the majority of days producing solid catches, lots of action and satisfied clients. All the winter resident fish are present in good numbers. This includes King Mackerel, Yellowtail Snapper, Blackfin Tuna, Mutton Snapper, various Grouper species and Sailfish. Weather conditions often dictate what will bite best on any given day. For example, South East wind has produced several days of good Dolphin fishing even though it is technically off season for this species.
Monthly Archives: January 2015
It has been a memorable couple of weeks since our last fishing report was posted. Beautiful weather and consistently excellent fishing has been the norm! Perhaps most striking about our recent success has been the tremendous daily variety to our catches. The Key West area is famous for how many different types of fish can be caught in a single outing, and it has certainly been true lately! We encourage you look at how many different species are represented in these pictures taken over the last 10 days. From Sailfish to Mutton Snapper to Wahoo to Kingfish to Grouper to Dolphin- everthing has been biting.