Florida Keys Offshore & Deep Sea Fishing
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Offshore fishing in the Florida Keys is absolutely spectacular!  Whether you want to target Dolphin
(Mahi-Mahi), Tuna, Wahoo, Kingfish, Sailfish,Amberjack, Marlin or Swordfish, you'll find your perfect
catch in the Florida Keys and Key  West.  The many different types of game fish that are offshore make
for an experience of a lifetime!  
Florida Keys fishing charters and guides use several different
techniques to target game fish.  One of which is called the “run-and-gun” technique.  While using this
method of game fishing, the charter boats travel the offshore waters looking for birds, weed lines,
floating debrias and baitfish busting up the surface.  After any of these types of activities are spotted, it
is only a matter of time before you are sight casting and the drags are screaming!  

Another fishing technique used is kite fishing.  This type of fishing is exciting as well.  Deploying one
or two fishing kites from the bow, stern, or both, then releasing lines out from clips that leave live baits
right on the surface attracts the gamefish.  The attack from the fish is absolutely amazing!

Another fishing technique that is becoming more and more popular is deep drop fishing.  Late in the
summer, the Dolphin fishing usually gets spotty. The reef is too warm for big Grouper and Snapper
and the wrecks generally produce Amberjacks and Shark. The best way to put “color” into the fish box
is to fish deep.  That is, on the bottom of the ocean, say about 850 feet.   
Deep drop fishing is an
obsession for a few serious anglers because only a few will pay the excessive price for the initial
equipment needed.
Dolphin Fishing in the Florida Keys - a Video
More helpful Florida Keys and Key West websites:
www.flkeys-diving.com | www.thefloridakeys-keywest.com | www.flkeysgc.com
Did You Know?

A group of stingrays is
called a fever.
All About Florida Keys Fishing and Key West Fishing