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Florida Keys Fishing

Key West and Key Largo, Florida offers some of the most diverse and plentiful sportfishing in the world year-round. Our skipper will take you where the fish are for all major species including tarpon, marlin, bonefish, barracuda, grouper, shark, Mahi Mahi (dolphin), tuna and many others.



We can offer a combination of any of the fishing methods listed below :

Florida Tarpon Fishing Trips

Fish with live bait along the bridges of the Florida Keys for the largest tarpon you will ever see. We can specifically target this monster gamefish all day, or catch them in the morning and evening while still fishing for other species through mid-day. The unmatched power of the tarpon make it one of Florida’s most sought after sportfish.

Offshore (Deep Sea) Fishing Charters

Many species travel further offshore to feed and migrate, but our boat can reach out to deeper waters and target favorite sportfish such as sailfish, dolphin, marlin, wahoo and tuna. The speed of our boat allows us to travel far out to sea in a shorter period of time than our competitors. Florida deep sea fishing with our boat allows for a maximized deep sea fishing experience by covering more fishing waters in much less time.

Reef and Wreck Fishing

Find the deep runners, including goliath groupers, mutton, snapper, kingfish, permit, barracuda, sailfish and many other species that prefer the cover and feeding grounds of submerged reefs and sunken ships. The cover that these underwater structures provide can hold large amounts of baitfish, which attract many species of large and aggressive sportfish.

Bay Fishing

Angle for the fast runners on our local bay trips and pursue cobia, permit, mackerel, mangrove snapper, jewfish, speckled trout, barracuda and many other top gamefish. Our boat can cover miles of water surface to pursue these quickly moving sportfish species. Or if you prefer to have a more relaxing fishing vacation, our bay trips can also be fished very casually for some hot action.

LOCATION:

Florida Keys – south of Miami

TACKLE REQUIRED:

All tackle provided on boats

BAITS:

Provided

PERMITS:

Not required

CLIMATE:

70 – 80 degrees

PRIME SEASON:

April – June
Tarpon
March
Amberjack – Barracuda – Cobia – Grouper – Kingfish – Permit – Sailfish – Snapper – Tuna – Wahoo
April
Amberjack – Cobia – Grouper – Kingfish – Permit – Sailfish – Snapper – Tarpon – Tuna
May
Amberjack – Dolphin – Grouper – Permit – Sailfish – Shark – Tarpon
June
Dolphin – Grouper – Marlin – Shark – Tarpon
July
Amberjack – Dolphin – Grouper – Marlin – Shark – Snapper – Tarpon
August
Amberjack – Barracuda – Dolphin – Grouper – Marlin – Snapper – Tarpon – Wahoo
September
Barracuda – Dolphin – Marlin – Sailfish – Shark – Wahoo
October
Barracuda – Marlin – Permit – Sailfish – Shark – Tuna – Wahoo

ACCOMMODATION:

Hotel, motel or lodge

INOCULATIONS:

None mandatory

PASSPORTS:

Must be valid for at least 6 months after the return date

Fish with live bait along the bridges of the Florida Keys for the largest tarpon you will ever see. We can specifically target this monster gamefish all day, or catch them in the morning and evening while still fishing for other species through mid-day. The unmatched power of the tarpon make it one of Florida’s most sought after sportfish.

VISA:

Mandatory – apply for an ESTA at least 3 weeks prior to departure

INSURANCE:

Mandatory. Make sure you have adequate medical cover

JOHN’S VIEW:

With Tarpon fishing in the early hours of the morning and then [following a siesta] light tackle sharking in the afternoon,[several different shark species] this trip is always very popular. One reason I made two of my Fishing Safari Television programmes out in the Keys, where we had tarpon to 160 lbs, amberjacks to 65 lbs, lemon sharks to 175 lbs, nurse sharks to 80 lbs and Jew fish of the same size. Remarkable sport for the cameras.

USA- ePassport

New passport regulations for entry into USA – with immediate effect

In preparation for your customer’s trip to the United States of America, please be aware that important changes have been made to passport requirements for the US.

 

If you are travelling on the Visa Waiver Programme to the US on or after 1 April 2016, you must have an ePassport.

 

If you are not sure if you already have one or not, simply check the current passport for the ePassport symbol on the front cover.

 

To find out more, please refer to www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/usa

 

Please not that each traveller must apply for his/her own ESTA – it is the traveller’s responsibility to have their travel documents in order.

 

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