Fishing Charters

Key West Back-Country Fishing Back-Country Fishing
Backcountry fishing consists of hands on action in the scenic Gulf of Mexico. Fish caught in these areas include tarpon, permit, shark, and barracuda, grouper and snapper using a spinning rod. Excellent for families and novices.  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Key West Flats Fishing
Key West has the much deserved reputation of having the finest flats fishing found anywhere in the world. Whether you are spin casting in the back country Snipe Keys, or fly fishing in the far western atoll known as the Marquesas Keys, you will enjoy the challenge of light tackle sight fishing. You can catch them all: tarpon, permit, bonefish, shark, and barracuda. Key West is also loaded with the fun fish. Jack cravalle, bar jack, ladyfish, snook and redfish roam the clear, pristine water in and around the flats of the Lower Keys and Key.  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Key West Offshore Fishing
The Atlantic Ocean is Key West's playground for deep sea fishing. Throughout the year, the Keys enjoys numerous migrating fish which keep the captains on the water every day. You can land the fight of your life from a Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, Cobia, and King Mackerel, to name just a few.  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Key West Reef Fishing
West is home to one of the third largest living reef in the world. It inhabits many different species of fish: Yellowtail Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Black Grouper, Gag Grouper, Red Grouper, Yellowfin Grouper, King Mackerel, Cero Mackerel and the great Baracuda. If you decide to try some reef fishing you WILL NOT be disappointed.  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Key West Shark Fishing
Shark fishing in Key West can be the most exciting fishing around. With a wide variety of species including bull, black tip, reep, mako, hammerhead and more, you their is no such thing as a dull day.  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Key West Wreck Fishing
Key West has hundreds of wrecks to choose from. Both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico are loaded with wrecks holding several species of fish. Atlantic Wrecks are usually from 100' to 400' in depth. You are able to fish the surface of the structure for Tuna, Wahoo, Kingfish, Sailfish, Bonita, Barracuda and a variety of other Game fish. Gulf Wrecks are shallower and can also provide non-stop action for anglers. Gulf wrecks hold Permit, Cobia, Snapper, Gag Grouper, Barracudas and the very powerful Jewfish (Goliath Grouper). The Gulf is excellent to fish in late February, and only gets better in March, April and May!  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Dry Tortugas Fishing
Golden Streaker will cruise at 75miles per hour with new twin 250hp E tech Evinrude outboard motors, and get to the best fishing grounds in the U.S. Day trips to the Dry Tortugas are now possible. Leave in the a.m. Return in the early afternoon with the greatest fishing you’ll ever experience. Its not unusual for each angler to catch 30 to 40 grouper, snappers, and other species in a morning trip.  
 
Key West Back-Country Fishing Key West
The Atlantic Ocean is Key West's playground for deep sea fishing. Throughout the year, the Keys enjoys numerous migrating fish which keep the captains on the water every day. You can land the fight of your life from a Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, Cobia, and King Mackerel, to name just a few.