Nov 14
Fish All-In

When it comes to sport fishing, almost all anglers agree that no other place on the earth than Key West offers as many options. Hundreds of species roam in these wonderful waters from the natural reef and numerous shipwrecks to the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.

1. Deep Sea Fishing and Offshore Fishing

You can have an amazing deep sea fishing experience with a fishing charter like Fish All-In with heavy action gear from a big salon boat or enjoy offshore fishing from a hi-tech center console vessel where Dolphin, Wahoo, Marlin, Kingfish, Marlin and others become your deep water challengers.

2. Shallows

But the fun doesn’t end there. There are shallows of the Key West that extend the endless distant and remote fishing grounds.

3. Flat Fishing

There is even Key West flat fishing where secrecy replaces brute force and scanty inches of water part an angler from trophy. The legendary Key West “Flats” are home to the elusive Permit and “Grey Ghost” Bonefish. This is a liquid world with no sides, but only angles, slants and shadows.

Fish All In Key West

4. Backcountry Fishing

Close to the flats is the stupendous backcountry. While talking about “Back Country” one may mean a type of light tackle fishing or a location to fish near Key West. With spans of calm, remote, protected waters at the doorstep, the angler is able to explore an infinite environment with no footprints. During the Key West backcountry fishing, you’ll get a chance to see the nature at its finest. There is abundance of aquatic life, flora and fauna, and sea birds, to amaze you.

Mangrove beaches attract Snook and Redfish while the bays consist of Jacks, Pompano and Sea Trout. The deeper natural channels meandering all through the backcountry offer refuge to the Grouper, Tarpon, Snapper and Cobia, whereas Sharks and Barracuda roam in the shallows where there is intense palatable life.

Whether you are a sportsperson, naturalist or adventurer, you’ll be wonderstruck with the experience you’ll get from the Key West backcountry and its fishing.

5. Reef Fishing

Key West hosts the only living coral reef in the Northern Hemisphere, just 5.6 miles to the South. It’s a short hop from Sunset Marina and contains the most delicious fish in the ocean like Mackerel, Grouper and Yellowtail Snapper. Key West fishing guides will put forth various ideas on how you can enjoy your time on the reef. And of course, reef fishing charters are available to let you enjoy the most.

So, have you started planning to explore the numerous options in Key West?