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Blackfin Tuna Bite

Capt. Eric Evans
March 16, 2018
Key West - Saltwater Fishing Report

March continues to be great for the blackfin tuna bite! The Gulf Stream has been moving closer inshore so the pelagic fish have been closer to Key West! Along with tuna we have been getting some mahi. The wahoo and sailfish bite should continue getting better till the end of April - so that is something to look forward to! On calmer days, our specialized custom trips we have had some luck with swordfish one of the most prized fish among anglers. The inshore fishing has still been producing some tarpon and the reef has been producing some nice size yellowtail snappers.

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April is looking very busy so far so make your reservations soon!

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Capt. Eric Evans
305-731-5459
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www.keywestfishcharter.com

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Fishing the waters of Key West offers a variety of fishing options from deep sea fishing, reef fishing, or backcountry fishing. Year-round we have the option to catch great fish, these include: dolphin, tuna, yellowtail, shark, tarpon, grouper, sea trout, wahoo, marlin, and sailfish to name a few. Our boat is conveniently located downtown Key West right next to some of the best restaurants to cook your catch. Call to plan your Florida Keys vacation.

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Key West Fish Charter
951 Caroline St.
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: 305-731-5459
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