Key West Fishing Reports

3105, 2015

The Snapper Spawn in On!!

By |May 31st, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on The Snapper Spawn in On!!

What a great past couple of weeks for reef fishing, if you love great eating fish you need to be here in Key West now.  We have been limiting out in huge yellowtail snapper as well as catching black grouper, red grouper and gag groupers on the reef with live bait on the bottom.  The […]

1605, 2015

Tarpon, snapper, grouper and mahi

By |May 16th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Tarpon, snapper, grouper and mahi

The Tarpon bite is on, what an epic tarpon bite we have had this last week.  On my half day charter yesterday we sent 7 tarpon jumping into the air while only landing 3.  But what an awesome fish it is to catch on light tackle, even if you lose a few the fight and […]

905, 2015

A special thank you

By |May 9th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on A special thank you

Here at Fish Key West Florida we would like to say thank you to our friends from the UK for fishing with us for the 16th straight year. These gentleman are a great group of guys who love to fish. They fish 14 days straight with all of our boats. Every year is a little different […]

105, 2015

Grouper season open

By |May 1st, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Grouper season open

Yesterday while reef fishing we caught a limit of flag sized yellow tail snapper, and caught 4 groupers on the bottom with live bait.  We had to throw them back yesterday but not today.  We did catch 3 mutton snapper and a cobia on the bottom yesterday as we were not targeting grouper, but today […]

2604, 2015

Permit Time

By |April 26th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Permit Time

This is the time of the year Permit move from the shallow flats and spawn over reefs and wrecks. Pound for pound Permit are one of the most hardest fighting fish in Key West. The bait of choice for Permit are live crabs. It is not uncommon to pull up to a reef or wreck […]

1904, 2015

offshore fishing at its best

By |April 19th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on offshore fishing at its best

This week was one of the best offshore fishing weeks in the history of our company.  We had many dolphin over 30 lbs, including a 43lb  dolphin caught aboard the coolwater 2 with lee waite and friends.  We found a pallet offshore and caught all the dolphin we wanted plus 3 wahoo and a 15lb […]

1304, 2015

Sharking

By |April 13th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Sharking

Along with good action offshore this week we have had some great inshore shark fishing. Here at Fish Key West Florida we like to shark fish in the shallow waters of the backcountry. We fish in 7 to 12 feet of water targeting Lemon, Blacktip, Bull, Hammerhead, and even an occasional Tiger Shark. The beautiful […]

1204, 2015

Sailfish, Snapper and Permit Action

By |April 12th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Sailfish, Snapper and Permit Action

April is here and so are the Sailfish, this month is the peak of the migration in front of Key West and we have been taking advantage of it.  With our live bait kite fishing this week we have caught multiple Sailfish on all of our boats, it has been a little bumpy offshore but […]

304, 2015

Sunset Tuna Bite

By |April 3rd, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Sunset Tuna Bite

It has been a busy week here at Fish Key West Florida. We have had 4 to 8 charters a day this week. With good Snapper fishing on the reef, and great inshore shark fishing, the highlight this week has been the sunset Tuna bite. We have experienced an unusual amount of Blackfin Tunas on […]

2803, 2015

Sky rocketing king fish

By |March 28th, 2015|Key West Fishing Reports|Comments Off on Sky rocketing king fish

What an unbelievable stretch of calm weather in March.  I my fifteen years in Key West we have never had two weeks of flat calm weather, what great fishing it has brought.  We have been running into the gulf to live bait king fish from anchor, what an awesome site to see the fish sky […]