Florida Keys Fishing
The Florida Keys is a 130-mile long archipelago extending roughly from Northern Key Largo down to Key West. Florida Keys tourism has been popular since 1912 when Henry Flagler completed his railroad which made the islands of the Florida Keys accessible for visitors. Parts of the railroad still exist off the middle portion of the Florida Keys.
Islamorada Tarpon Fishing
Tarpon fishing in the Florida Keys continues to be a popular option and some of the best the country has to offer. Florida Keys fishing guides are booked quickly in the spring months when tarpon season is in full effect. Fly fishing for tarpon is also popular
in the bays and channels of the Keys.
Popular fishing destinations in the Florida Keys
- Key Largo Fishing
- Tavernier Fishing
- Islamorada Fishing
- Marathon Fishing
- Big Pine Key Fishing
- Key West Fishing
Florida Keys Bonefishing
Bonefishing and permit fishing off the coast of Islamorada is also popular fishing in the Florida Keys. Bonefishing is popular throughout the year, however cold spells will drive the bonefish into deeper water and prolonged winds will make the shallows where they’re caught extremely turbid, hindering sight casting. Fly fishing for bonefish is especially appealing for the skilled angler.
Florida Keys Offshore Fishing
Florida Keys deep sea charter fishing is also hugely popular. Offshore fishing for sailfish, kingfish, dolphin, and other game fish can be found off the coast of the Florida Keys. The benefit to offshore fishing in the Florida Keys is the proximity to deeper water, which can be found in as close as a couple miles out.