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With the experience of Captain Carl Rees ,  fishing the Blue Waters of the Gulf stream that flow just south of Key West is sure to excite the most demanding Angler.
   Sailfish grace our waters throughout the year from our reef line, early winter through spring,  to waters exceeding 1000 ft. in summer and early fall.

Sailfish


In the blue waters south of Key West, Dolphin (Dorado, Mahi-Mahi) rank supreme for excitement and can be had year around with April through August being peak excitement for this leaping, greyhounding fighter. Twenty to thirty pound fish are common with fish over fifty pounds found, caught and landed often. Be sure to check my fishing report for a day to day report.  Fishing Report

Dolphin

Wahoo  provide a screaming first run that certainly had a lot to do with their Wahoo name. A winter favorite in Key West in certain areas only a few Captains know. This speedster of the blue water will have any angler wanting more.

Wahoo


Tuna for the Key West Blue Water  means  action, yellow and black bullets of the hardest fighting fish pound for pound of any in the blue water. Black fin tuna and Yellow fin tuna can dominate our fishing interest from November through February, but can thrill you and your taste buds at any time during the year.

 
Blue and White Marlin frequent our waters during April / May as Dolphin begin to show in large numbers.
Any angler lucky and tough enough to fight one of these marvelous acrobats is sure to have the fishing thrill of a lifetime.

Blue Marlin

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