Key West reopened June 1 2020 and things have been busy all Month long. The fish got a much needed break March, April and May and they have been eager to bite. We have had record number Tarpon catches this month. Usually by late June the Tarpon are starting their migration out of town, but there are still good numbers of fish around. Lots of fun fish too to stay busy in between Tarpon bites (Sharks, Snappers, Cudas, etc)
July is booking up fast so give us a call @ 305.587.7669 to gt out there with Capt John or Capt Justin.
Fishing this year so far has been Great. (Weather Permitting). This week has been cold and windy, but looks like we are turning the corner over the next few days. The long term forecast is looking much better. Winter fishing can provide lots of action on light tackle. Here is just a few of the many species Key West winter time fishing can provide.
Give us a call or email and Capt John or Capt Juice (Justin) can hook you up
This month has been up and down with the weather. We are currently, as I write this, experiencing some days of 30+MPH winds and more rain than we are used to in December. But, we are almost out of this weather pattern.
When the weather is right the Fishing has been on fire. Lots of variety and action. All pictured fish were caught this month.
Starting Christmas day the weather forecast looks Great, right through until after the New Year. So , if you’re coming down for the Holidays and looking to get out there to hook up, give Capt John a call 305.587.7669 or drop me an email here on the site. We have just a few more openings for the Holiday week.
The weather this Oct was unusually warm here in Key West. This has been giving us awesome opportunities to catch fish we normally don’t target this time of year. The Tarpon fishing remained strong and when the conditions were right we have been getting our shots at Permit. This will change as we start getting Cold Fronts and should spark up the winter fishing. With a live well full of Pilchards we have a blast in the channels catching Jack, snappers, Cudas, etc. Also the Basins will kick off with the Sea Trout. Both our Pathfinders offer great winter fishing in comfort. Give Capt John a call 305.587.7669 or drop me an email and I’ll tell you all about the current fishing conditions.
After such Success with the Pathfinder 2200 we bought last year, we have decided to do it again. We now offer 2 Pathfinder 22ft BayBoats and the 17ft Maverick (the boat that started it all). Looking forward to fishing again this year with everybody.
Purchased in November 2017 is the Pathfinder 22ft TRS. This boat is going to allow us to comfortably take 1-4 anglers in great comfort. The Pathfinder handles the chop we have here in the winter beautifully and has plenty of seating and one of the most important features……SHADE. The style of fishing isn’t going to change. We are still targeting all the same species that live in the BackCountry water of Key West.
We are also running trips on the Maverick MasterAngler 17, like we have always done, so now Anglers get their choice of boat. Below are some pics of both boat and some of the fish we have been catching this November.
The Fishing and the Weather have been great. We are all waiting on the Annual Migration of Tarpon to begin. Won’t be long now, Tarpon show up with the warm waters of Spring and Summer. In my opinion, they are the most sought after fish in the Florida Keys.
We have been having some fun hunting down Permit with all this warm weather. If you put your time in and fish hard sometimes you get rewarded. Above is a picture of the largest Permit ever to come aboard the ShadowCaster. Our 30lb bogagrip scale bottomed out!!!!
Still a few open dates in March and April, but not many, so act fast. If I can’t get you out with me, just call or drop me an email and I can get you hooked up with some of the other great guides we have here in Key West
2017 is starting off great. Key West has been really busy and the weather this winter has been nothing short of fantastic. Above are some fish we have been catching since the first of the year. This time of year can be different from day to day. Resident Tarpon have been rolling around ready to take a bait on the nicer mornings. Big Jacks are roaming the backcoutry channels and there aren’t many fish in the shallows that can pull as hard as the Jack Crevalle. Barracudas (the prime target throughout the winter months) and Sharks round out the usual suspects.
Drop Capt John an email, text of call and we can get you out there!!!!! 305.587.7669