Fish the FL Keys
Recreational fishing is just that... When someone asks you what you’re fishing for, the answer is - a) snapper, b) jacks c) grouper d) to relax or e) all of the above. The goal is to fish and catch. We only hope that a) the fish are biting and b) you can bring them in the boat. If no signs of bite early in, we'll change locations - head to a bridge or out the reef. Ultimate goal: good time fishing!
Fish The Florida Keys
Recreational bridge fishing is just that… When someone asks you what you’re fishing for, the answer is – a) snapper, b) jacks c) grouper d) to relax or e) all of the above. The goal is to fish and catch. We only hope that a) the fish are biting and b) you can bring them in the boat. If no signs of bite early in, we might head out to sea a bit.
This fishing trip is a 3 to 6 hour outing; just the right amount of time for many. We mainly do bridge fishing, channel fishing, and structure fishing depending on the conditions. The ultimate goal is to stay in calm waters and have a good time catching fish. We catch bait, and try a few different spots to bend the rod, and for some, bring home dinner. If the conditions are flat, and you wish to head out to the reef, we can do that too. It is your time in the beautiful Florida Keys. Enjoy it!
Reef and wreck fishing are two different approaches but not entirely different. We will still bottom fish, and toss out a free line, but at a wreck we might also do some jigging for… Bonita, amberjack, grouper, and a wide variety of snapper; gray, mutton, and yellowtail to name a few. If we see a weed line or some debris along the way, we might troll in between locations.
|3 Hours||$300||Price for 1-4 people (Bridge Fishing/ Near Shore)|
|4 Hours||$450||Price for 1-4 people (Reef Fishing)|
|6 Hours||$600||Price for 1-4 people for 6 hours|
|Extra Time||+$100||Per hour|
- Fishing Gear
- FL Fishing License
- Ice Chest
- Lunch and snacks
Things you might want to bring along
Sunglasses, towel, hat, sunscreen, water bottle, wet shoes, neck bib, long sleeve shirt, wind breaker, bandana, wet bag, binoculars, camera, snacks.
- A signed release waiver, and cash or credit card payment is required prior to boarding.
- If prone to seasickness, we recommend that you take Dramamine (or other) the night before.
- We want you to drink plenty of water, have something to eat, and use sunscreen liberally.