Best Fishing in the Florida Keys with Captain Adrian
A year-round fishing destination, Florida Keys is the best place for fanatic anglers. Lying right next to the Florida Reefs, the only living coral barrier reef in the USA, Florida Keys has over 600 species. Some popular fish species in the Florida Keys include Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit, and Mahi Mahi, Marlin, and Sailfish. Also, you can bait for Snappers, Groupers, Sharks, Permits, and other backcountry fish species. But do you know what the best time for fishing in the keys is? Or, what are some productive fishing locations in the Florida keys? You don’t have to worry about it. With Captain Adrian on your side, you will experience the best fishing in the Florida Keys. Book your Islamorada Fishing charter now and enjoy in the keys!
Fishing in the Florida Keys
The coral islands of the Florida Keys span 15 miles south of Miami and extend to the Southwest straight into the Gulf of Mexico. Whether you are alone or coming with your family for sportfishing in the Florida Keys, there are various destinations, like Islamorada, Marathon, Key Largo, and so on. With our professional staff and expert captains, you will experience the best fishing in the Keys. We have in-depth knowledge of the fishing season in the keys, water temps, current, fish, channels, bridges, baits, and everything that makes fishing in the Florida Keys memorable.
Fishing in the Summer
Summer fishing in the Florida Keys is all about deep-sea fishing. The water temperature reaches 88 degrees offshore and over 92 degrees on the shallow flats. During summer, we suggest offshore fishing for Mahi Mahi and Tuna. Fishing in the Warmer months is all about sigh fishing, trolling, and cooking the catch. Book your charters right now!
Fishing in the Winter
Though every season is a fishing season in the Florida Keys, it becomes excellent during winter when the water temperature reaches the mid-80s (30° C). Fishing in the Florida Keys during winter is about snappers, groupers, and other coral-associated fish species.