Key West, Florida, is ideally located off the southern tip of the Florida peninsula with access to both the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the deepwater currents of the Atlantic Ocean. You will be hard pressed to find a location that has access to more abundant and diverse fishing opportunities in the continental United States. As you venture out from Key West Harbor, you can head north on a charter in the Gulf of Mexico to fish at the wrecks, rock piles, or follow a shrimp boat to cast for the blackfin tuna that trail the trawlers. You can head out past the reef, where there are ample opportunities to fish with light tackle for a variety of great game species, to do some deepwater trolling for some great pelagic fish. Depending on the season, you will have an opportunity to fish for marlin, blackfin tuna, dolphin fish, wahoo, and sailfish. The deep warm waters of the Gulf Stream flows past the Keys bringing these large pelagic species to the area. The border where the Gulf Stream meets the shallower waters is referred to as the color change. This border area is often an excellent region to fish for these large fighting fish species. Further south of Key West, there is a deep water area called the Wall where these floor drops from a depth of one thousand feet to two-thousand-feet in depth.
Our affable charter captains and mates provide their clients with the specialized knowledge of this region to ensure a successful deep sea excursion. We can provide your party with a late-model fully-customized vessel outfitted with the finest Key West deep sea fishing equipment and electronic gear.