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Key West Fishing Reports


2017-01-12
11:26 AM

Starting the New Year strong! - Happy New Year! 2017 has started with a bang for us here st Booya Sport Fishing in Key West. We have seeing a great variety of species including wahoo, blackfin tuna, African pompano mutton snappers and more! Action on our wrecks located most more...
Capt. Lee Kerbel - Key West


2017-01-11
6:24 PM

Cuba Fly Fishing Trip - Come along with us to CUBA! Check out the Gardens of the Queen (JARDINES DE LA REINA) Avalon II luxury motor yacht for the dates of April 21-29, 2017 This is a great location for large, migratory Tarpon, along with Bonefish and Permit. more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2017-01-05
11:31 AM

Flats Fishing Key West - I'm happy to report that we are having a good winter of fishing so far down in Key West. Much or most credit being given to the fact that the weather has been good. I had a good morning of permit fishing yesterday. We never sealed the deal, ho more...
Capt. Lenny Leonard - Key West


2016-12-31
3:27 PM

Blackfin and Sails - The blackfin tuna are still around and the sails and wahoo are pushing through as well. On the reef, the mackerel bite is very good, as well and the snappers. Shark fishing in the backcountry is still good and the bigger mangrove snappers are star more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2016-12-21
10:18 AM

Happy Holidays and Happy Fishing - Christmas is just a few days away, hard to believe we still have 78 degree water temperature on the flats. The flats fishing has been satisfying. There have been a few morning full of tarpon action. Barracudas & jacks have been around on most days. more...
Capt. Lenny Leonard - Key West


2016-12-17
11:51 AM

Wrecks Producing Snappers - The wreck fishing has been good this past week. We have been getting nice size vermilion and yellow eye snappers. The wrecks in the Gulf have also been producing snappers and groupers as well. Offshore fishing is steady still. One trip this more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2016-12-07
11:25 PM

Lots of Bait on the reef - Cooler weather and water temperatures have pushed the ballyhoo out to the reef. This brings all the predators in. Barracuda, Mutton Snapper, Mackerel, Jacks, Grouper and even sailfish have been feeding along the reef edge. Great action especially on more...
Capt. Richard Houde - Key West


2016-12-03
3:34 PM

Sailfish and Blackfins - The offshore fishing has stayed pretty steady the last two weeks. We have still been catching some sailfish and more blackfin tuna. The reef is also producing nice size snappers, yellowtail, greys, and muttons! The big barracudas and jacks have pushe more...
Capt. Eric Evans - Key West


2016-12-02
6:37 PM

Bonefishing Key West - It's the first week of December and the bonefish are still prowling the flats. The weather has been warm & quite nice down here in Key West this fall, despite the handful of heavy wind days. This stable weather has been making for a great mix of fi more...
Capt. Lenny Leonard - Key West


2016-11-17
6:38 PM

Baby Tarpon in the Creeks - The Fishing Report. Nov. 17, 2016. November has migrated cool North winds into the Keys waters, thereby cooling off the flats. Average water temps are now in the low to mid 70's. Still warm enough for baby Tarpon in the creeks! I really enjoy more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West

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