Key West Wreck Fishing

There are over 200 WRECKS around Key West on both the Atlantic Ocean side and the Gulf of Mexico side. The wrecks range in depths of water anywhere from 15’ to 400’ of water. These wrecks can be are loaded with a variety of fish all year long. Our charter fleet and captains have many years of experience fishing for trophy wreck fish such as : Black Grouper, Gag Grouper, Red Grouper, Mutton Snapper, Cobia, Black fin Tuna, Amberjack, Permit, African Pompano, Barracuda, Jewfish, Sharks and much more. Key West wreck fishing can produce nonstop action for everyone. Unlike the reef, wrecks can change position. This happens when there’s a big storm. Strong storm surges can move wrecks, and even break them apart. Guides of our Fish Key West Florida fleet will be able to take you to any wreck, even if it’s been moved by a storm. Our fleet has top of the line electronics and fishing gear to help guide you to fill your cooler with dinner or catch you a fish of a

Fishing the wrecks around Key West can produce both top water action and some of the best bottom fishing you have ever seen. We use spinning, conventional, and fly tackle when wreck fishing. It is not uncommon to catch 10-15 different species of fish while wreck fishing. Some of the wrecks we fish are old submarines, airplanes, shrimp boats, sailboats, and even old treasure ships. All of these wrecks can and will give your arms a workout.