Grouper Season is Right Around the Corner

Grouper season is right around the corner and we have been catching and releasing some nice ones. Reef fishing has been really good with the start of spring. Yellowtail and mutton snapper have been on fire on the reef and wrecks. Also on the wrecks during spring are the annual spawn of Permit which will… Continue reading Grouper Season is Right Around the Corner

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Swordfishing has been Amazing!

Swordfishing has been amazing with very big fish being caught very frequently. We have been on the fish consistently with multiple fish landed each trip. Our recent trip we landed a 100 pounder on the first drop and also took home a 350lb sword for dinner for the year! An amazing experience for our customers… Continue reading Swordfishing has been Amazing!

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Reef Fishing is on Fire

Cooler weather has kicked off the reef fishing here in Key Largo. Our reef fishing during the winter months are on fire with mixed bag of snappers and grouper. Mutton snapper in particular are some great eating and great fighting on the menu. We have been catching fish in the 10-15 lb range in only… Continue reading Reef Fishing is on Fire

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August is one of my favorite times to get on the water

August is one of my favorite times to get on the water in south Florida. For me it marks the start of lobster season! These tasty crustaceans can be found up and down the Southern Florida coast hiding in any knock and cranny, so break out the snorkel gear. Bully netting is another way of catching your limit of lobster without battling the summer heat. This requires some specialized equipment, including underwater lights that are capable to light the ocean floor as you look for the lobster crawling in the night hours

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Sailfish season has finally started!

Sailfish season has finally started!! November usually marks the start of Sail Fishing in South Florida with cooler temperatures and shorter day. With water temperatures starting to drop and as the bait start their migration south for warmer climates, pelagic species are soon to follow, especially Sailfish. As our weather pattern shifts with the occasional minor cold fronts roll in, winds shifting out of the northeast will make for some great action just off the reef line (100′-300′).

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