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Black Fin Tuna have been biting & NO RED TIDE IN KEY WEST

Capt. Richard Houde
November 12, 2018
Key West - Saltwater Fishing Report

Black Fun tuna have been biting most mornings the last week or so. Once the sun gets high or a lot of boats start working the schools, they tend to slow down, so an early departure is important. The 4 am bar closing time in KW hasn't helped a few of my anglers, but we've also had pretty calm seas so everyone has handled it well. As I have mentioned in the report title, there has been no sigh of red tide in the waters around Key West so far and with a few approaching cold fronts, we should be in the clear.
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Key West Fishing Forecast:

approaching cold fronts should actually help the fishing. The day the front hits is usually not so much fun, but the cooler weather helps push the schools of ballyhoo, (baitfish) out the the reef and all the predators come to "party". Barracuda, Jacks, Snapper, Grouper and even Sailfish and Black Fin Tuna will come up shallow to feed. It's a fun time to fish these waters.

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