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    The Atlantic Ocean is Key West's playground for
    deep sea fishing.   The island of Key West is
    where three bodies of water come together - the
    Gulf of Mexico, the Atlanta Ocean and the Gulf
    Stream.  The seas between Key West and Cuba
    are considered the most biologically diverse part
    of the entire Atlantic Ocean.

    Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, Cobia,
    and King Mackerel are a few of the fish caught in
    these waters.  Every month of the year there are
    different migrating fish making deep sea fishing a
    year round sport.  Wintertime Tuna & Kingfish,
    summertime Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi/Dorado) and
    Billfish, and a host of year-round species keep
    the action in Key West consistently hot.

    Key West has the much deserved reputation of
    having the finest flats fishing found anywhere in
    the world.  Tarpon, permit, bonefish, shark, and
    barracuda can be caught in the back country of
    Snipe Keys.   Fly fishing in the far western atoll
    known as the Marquesas Keys will challenge your
    skill in light tackle sight fishing.  You'll catch Jack
    cravalle, bar jack, ladyfish, snook and redfish in
    the clear, pristine water in and around the flats of
    the Lower Keys and Key West.
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