Offshore Reef Wreck Fishing Report from Islamorada

With November comes the kick start of our winter fisheries. By now the mahi-mahi offshore have moved on, so we concentrate our efforts inshore on the reefs and wrecks. We are catching yellowtail, grouper, mutton, cobia, king mackerel, and sailfish inshore with the occasional black fin tuna and wahoo. We use a combination of dead bait and live bait; we also do a combination of bottom fishing and kite fishing. The winter also brings Spanish mackerel to the gulf of Mexico, for us this type of fishing is a lot of fun on ultra light tackle as well as cobia, king mackerel, and snapper plus the abundance of sharks to play around with. In the right conditions you can even sight fish for triple tail in the Gulf. So as you can see our winter fisheries have a great variety and plenty of options for you to always put together a great catch. So give us opens in a new windowa call and set up your charter today, or sign up for one of our opens in a new windowsplit charters and save some money. I hope to see you soon on the Blue Heaven.

Captain Skye Stanley

Islamorada fishing in the Florida Keys