Key West is Open for business. We have been busy running trips since June and things are looking good for the season. February is usually the month it starts and we are booking up fast. So Call/Text Capt John at 305.587.7669, drop an email here or book directly on the site. We are looking forward to the warmer weather the February usually brings.
We have been targeting all our usual winter species here and fishing has been great!!!
Still Hot here in Key West. We haven’t had a cold front of any significance come through yet. So we are still in the transition mode to Winter fishing. This coming week is going to be our first blast of cool air and it should really get the winter bite kicked off.
But in the meantime we have been putting anglers on some awesome fish. These are a few pics from the last couple weeks.
Give Capt John a call or text 305.587.7669 or drop us an email. You can even book it directly on the site if you wanna just get it in the schedule quickly.
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.
All the winter species are here. Even managed to sneak in a Tarpon the other day, so you just never know what the day will bring. But, one thing is for sure, we will have a great time out there catching whats biting.
Tarpon Season has come off to a slower start than we all expected. May, thus far, has been all about the weather. We’ve had lots of rain and heavy winds. But, there are fish out there when we can go. Late May and June are looking good. This is really the time of year that the weather should cooperate, light winds and clear skies, and that is what Tarpon like. They are very fickle fish and like to have everything just right, sorta like the fisherman does too.
So I am looking forward to some Great Tarpon fishing over the next couple months. Below are a few fish we’ve caught this past week here aboard the ShadowCaster. Give Capt John a call @ 305.587.7669 or drop me an email here.
3 Generations of the Zysic family were out on the Pathfinder 2200 this week. They have been fishing with us for over 10 years. Nothing better than watching Young Men and Women growing up fishing with their family.
Give Capt John a call @ 305.587.7669 to get out Fishing