The quality of Key West fishing remains slightly below average at the end of January. King Mackerel which are generally a mainstay of our winter action continue to be scarce. Sailfish are also currently poorly represented in our area. We have had a number of calm days coinciding with a full moon which produced good
We hope you enjoy these pictures of various fish Caught aboard the SOUTHPAW in the last week. Many of these catches are the product of 4 hour trips. With winds blowing from every direction in the compass rose,Â each day has offered a new challenge, and of late, we have rarely done the same type of
One of the windiest winters in recent memory continues unabated. With the briefest exceptions, temperatures remain warmer than average for this time of year as well. As a result, King Mackerel which are a mainstay of our fishery this time of year are all but absent. Sailfish numbers are also down. Both of these species
Lots of variety in our catches over the last week. Everything from Sailfish, Dolphin, Tuna and Wahoo to Cero, and Mutton Snapper. Also plenty of big Grey Snapper and Yellowtail.