Latest From The Key West Fishing Report
Today marks the first day of fall. Here in the Keys summer has been hanging around. The heat of summer will stick around for a while longer I imagine. The nights are starting to cool off which is a sign there is relief on the horizon.
September has already been a tremendous month for permit and bonefish. It’s so nice to
There is a certain formula to landing your tarpon fishing days on one of the nights of the fabled Palolo Worm Hatch. Some guys try to plan it but the fact is even if you don’t hit the mother load on one of those evenings, the tarpon will still be willing to eat the worm even if it’s not while
May has overall been a better month that I expected. The tarpon population is abundant all up and down the Keys. For the most part the fish are willing to eat a fly if it is presented correctly. This past week we went from wind good enough to kite board in to calm clear water and plenty of fish.
April was a very good month for tarpon fishing this year. One of the best I’ve seen in years. The weather cooperated, the fish cooperated so everyone is happy. Tarpon could be found on the ocean or Gulf and in backcountry basins. Sometimes patience is needed to find the right fish to eat a fly. Generally they swim high in
The Cuda Bowl celebrated it’s 5th anniversary the last three days in January of this year. A tournament born for the reason to create awareness of how much fun the barracuda can be when targeted (and released) in shallow water. There explosive takes of both spin and fly are like nothing you have ever seen. Nearly every person who fishes
From the Anglers…
Hey Justin, Pam has been on the phone pretty much non-stop with friends and relatives telling them what fun we had. We are already trying to figure the logistics to get back to you sometime at the end of the summer. Thank YOU for making our trip such a fun time! Have a nice day, Kelly and Pam
I just wanted to thank you for the fishing trip. EJ and I had a great time. That permit was one of the best fishing experiences of my life. We’ll give you a call next time we head down to Key West .
Saltwater Fly Patterns for the Florida Keys, Bahamas and Caribbean