Wow! Are the yellowtails ever here!  Mainly at night, but the bite is out of this world!  In the patch reefs we are catching them up to a pound and a half, but out on the wrecks we are getting them up to 4 pounds...

Let me introduce you to 8 yr old Josh Downtain from Raleigh North Carolina, and his grandfather Doug Davis of Johnson City Tennessee.  Josh has become an avid fisherman with the help of his grandfather. He went offshore twice in the...

Offshore fishing for Dolphin, Tuna, Wahoo, etc., is in full swing!  Calm waters have allowed us to search for birds, debris and weed lines most effectively.  Our 47" Hatteras, "The Islamorada Lady II" managed to bag over 30 gaffers yesterday.  For the past month, all...

Party boat fishing is going well again too!  During the day trips we are able to keep all the legal groupers we have had to let go in during the closed season.  Keeper Yellowtails, and nice Big Eyes have been keeping anglers busy. The night bite...

Summer is approaching and the water temperature is rising.  As the water warms up more and more snappers are being found on the reef.  The Mangrove Snapper are getting ready to spawn and the Yellowtail Snapper are swarming in full force. Grouper season has opened at...

After an amazingly good September this month has gotten off to a bit of a slow start.  Last month we were catching tons of nice mangrove snappers with some muttons and groupers spread in the mix.  Most of them were coming on live ballyhoo fished...

This time of year is always exciting, yet frustrating at the same time. The reef fishing is still really pretty good right now, but we hardly have any customers around to enjoy it. After Labor Day the business end of the fishing dies off drastically,...

First off I would like to mention that we have NO OIL IN THE KEYS from the BP oil spill.  We are fishing, boating, snorkeling, swimming and beach-going as usual. Now for the fishing report: Good news and bad news:  The good news is that the mangrove...