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Are you curious about the fishing while you’re on your vacation? Our Key West Fishing Report has has the information on what’s currently biting in while you’re Fishing in Key West and the lower keys! 

 

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We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise. Thank you for your interest in our Key West Fishing Report for Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

 

The following week will have a bit of wind out of the north and northeast. The temperatures in the next few days will drop to the upper 60’s so dress accordingly.  But by the end of the week the wind should hopefully start to pick right back up to the lower to mid 70’s.

Key West offshore fishing reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare.

 

Our Key West fishing captains are still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or “dolphin”. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in.

We’ve been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught out in the Gulf hopefully start seeing some south winds later on this month which will push the bait fish closer to the reefs, making it a shorter run to find theses elusive fish. Trolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating.

 

The Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don’t forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

The Key West reef bite has been picking up. Plenty of Red Grouper and Mutton Snapper around. The Yellowtail Snapper bite has been great as usual, and also makes for good eating.

 

Keep in mind and  be on the lookout for the occasional Cobia, especially if you catch a big shark, as they tend to hang around the big toothy critters. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a “pitch rod” or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren’t too picky.

 

Our tip is to make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don’t give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

The Key West reef bite has been picking up. Plenty of Red Grouper and Mutton Snapper around. The Yellowtail Snapper bite has been great as usual, and also makes for good eating.

 

Keep in mind and  be on the lookout for the occasional Cobia, especially if you catch a big shark, as they tend to hang around the big toothy critters. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a “pitch rod” or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren’t too picky.

 

Our tip is to make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don’t give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Fishing Reports for Key West & The Lower Keys

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We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise. Thank you for your interest in our Key West Fishing Report for Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

 

The following week will have a bit of wind out of the north and northeast. The temperatures in the next few days will drop to the upper 60’s so dress accordingly. But by the end of the week the wind should hopefully start to pick back up.

With the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. The Bonefish seem running in groups, mostly smaller schools (4-10 fish) but have also heard reports of larger packs (10-15 fish). If targeting these silver bullets, be ready to make a quick shot on nervous water pushing across a flat and patches of “dusty” or lightly stirred up water as this may be a school of feeding bones.

 

Smaller crab flies and shrimp flies work very well. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don’t be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats. Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare. 

We are still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or “dolphin”. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. 

 

We’ve been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught out in the Gulf hopefully start seeing some south winds later on this month which will push the bait fish closer to the reefs, making it a shorter run to find theses elusive fish. Trolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating. The Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don’t forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

The reef bite has been picking up. Plenty of Red Grouper and Mutton Snapper around. The Yellowtail Snapper bite has been great as usual, and also makes for good eating. Be on the lookout for the occasional Cobia, especially if you catch a big shark, as they tend to hang around the big toothy critters. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a “pitch rod” or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren’t too picky. Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don’t give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Fishing Reports for Key West & The Lower Keys

Brought to you by Saltwater Angler

 

 

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from the staff at The Saltwater Angler!

 

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAIL US 

Nicer weather is upon us and our Key West fishing report is will happily report that the following week will have some great weather with slight breeze out of the southeast.

Fishing in the Keys this time of year can get dreadfully hot in the middle of the day, so be prepared with lots of water and proper clothing.

 

saltwater angler key west fishingWith the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. 

 

Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

Lots of Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. The Bonefish seem running in groups, mostly smaller schools (4-10 fish) but have also heard reports of larger packs (10-15 fish).

 

 

If targeting these silver bullets, be ready to make a quick shot on nervous water pushing across a flat and patches of “dusty” or lightly stirred up water as this may be a school of feeding bones. Smaller crab flies and shrimp flies work very well.

 

 

With water temperatures on the rise Tarpon have been seen and caught moving both on the ocean side as well as on the flats in the back country. A majority of the larger migratory fish have started pushing out leaving more juvenile fish ranging from 20lb to 70lb around. 

 

Key West offshore reports have been good, Mahi-Mahi “dolphin”are been around in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! this time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. 

We’ve been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught out in the Gulf hopefully start seeing some south winds later on this month which will push the bait fish closer to the reefs, making it a shorter run to find theses elusive fish. key west fishing charters

Trolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating. My personal favorite sandwich fish (Mahi-Mahi), can be caught pitching baits along weed lines and patches as well as trolling. The Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards.

Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don’t forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

 

The reef bite has been picking up. Plenty of Red Grouper and Mutton Snapper around. 

 

The Yellowtail Snapper bite has been great as usual, and also makes for good eating. Be on the lookout for the occasional Cobia, especially if you catch a big shark, as they tend to hang around the big toothy critters.

 

 

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from the staff at The Saltwater Angler!

 

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAIL US 

Nicer weather is upon us and our Key West fishing report is will happily report that the following week will have some great weather with slight breeze out of the southeast.

Fishing in the Keys this time of year can get dreadfully hot in the middle of the day, so be prepared with lots of water and proper clothing.

 

saltwater angler key west fishingWith the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. 

 

Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

Lots of Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. The Bonefish seem running in groups, mostly smaller schools (4-10 fish) but have also heard reports of larger packs (10-15 fish).

 

 

If targeting these silver bullets, be ready to make a quick shot on nervous water pushing across a flat and patches of “dusty” or lightly stirred up water as this may be a school of feeding bones. Smaller crab flies and shrimp flies work very well.

 

 

With water temperatures on the rise Tarpon have been seen and caught moving both on the ocean side as well as on the flats in the back country. A majority of the larger migratory fish have started pushing out leaving more juvenile fish ranging from 20lb to 70lb around. 

 

Key West offshore reports have been good, Mahi-Mahi “dolphin”are been around in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! this time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. 

We’ve been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught out in the Gulf hopefully start seeing some south winds later on this month which will push the bait fish closer to the reefs, making it a shorter run to find theses elusive fish. key west fishing charters

Trolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating. My personal favorite sandwich fish (Mahi-Mahi), can be caught pitching baits along weed lines and patches as well as trolling. The Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards.

Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don’t forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

 

The reef bite has been picking up. Plenty of Red Grouper and Mutton Snapper around. 

 

The Yellowtail Snapper bite has been great as usual, and also makes for good eating. Be on the lookout for the occasional Cobia, especially if you catch a big shark, as they tend to hang around the big toothy critters.

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from the staff at The Saltwater Angler!

 

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAIL US 

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Saltwater Angler‘s shipping return policy is that SWA will accept returns for a full refund for up to 14 days from ship date and store credit for up to 30 days from ship date. Please make sure that your merchandise is unworn/unused and in it’s original form with original tags. We are not responsible for the return shipping so for your protection use a traceable and insured shipping method for your return (no COD’s will be accepted). All returned items will be credited back to the original payment used for the order. Website returns are also accepted at our retail location, proof of purchase is required.

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The Key West Saltwater Angler store in Key West is the most complete technical saltwater fly fishing outfitter in Key West. With an extensive selection of brand names you know an love, the The Saltwater Angler store has everything you could possibly need when shopping for fishing apparel for men and women. Find Saltwater Angler apparel now!!

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The Saltwater Angler in Key West is the most complete technical saltwater fly fishing outfitter in Key West. The Saltwater Angler store has an extensive selection of travel and fishing apparel for men and women.

 

The Saltwater Angler Key West store carries Simms, Patagonia, Columbia, HUK, Aftco, Orvis, and many more trusted brands.

You may not think that you can find everything you need while fishing in Key West, but you can find anything you could possibly need to have the best fishing adventure in Key West. If you need a fishing hat, performance gear, shoes, accessories, dresses, children’s fishing attire? Saltwater Angler store takes pride in having the best selection in town. 

 

The Saltwater Angler prides itself on our selection of fly and light tackle rods. 

SWA offers a vast collection of high-end fly rods such as Sage, G.Loomis, and Orvis.

 

In addition to our enormous collection of fishing attire, you can buy a fly fishing rods and fish like a rock star on the water. You will have a hard time choosing between our extensive lines of fly reels

If there is anywhere you would be comfortable purchasing fishing equipment for your salt water fishing experience, the Saltwater Angler is it!

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So you’re going  fishing in Key West and don’t want to be fitted with the latest sun protection attire? Need a new fishing hat? Saltwater Angler has everything you need for your amazing Key West fishing experience! ?   orgot something? No worries! Saltwater Angler’s store is coming to the rescue!  So no worries if you’ve forgotten anything or if you decide to go fishing last minute. We will set you up! 

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Contact us

800.223.1629 or 305.296.0700
Email: info@saltwaterangler.com

Key West's Saltwater Angler Store

Let's Get Social! Be in the know!

Wish You Were Here!

Key West
72°
Fair
6:43am6:32pm EST
Feels like: 72°F
Wind: 17mph N
Humidity: 69%
Pressure: 30.12“Hg
UV index: 1
MonTueWed
73/68°F
75/70°F
77/72°F