Key West Fishing Report

Key West Fishing Report for March 9, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Well, the beginning of this month sure was a frustrating one, with cold front after cold front moving in. However it looks like we may finally be getting over that windy hump and have some decent weather ahead. Lots of sunshine and warm weather has brought our water temps up and our fish seem to be about as happy as we are.

Starting to see quite a few more Bonefish and Permit being caught as they push back up into the shallows. 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. When it comes to our Permit, be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up. Look for long black sickle like tails breaking the water surface as these fish face-plant the bottom in search of a bite. Water pushes in the form of a "V" shape can also be an indicator of a hungry perm pushing across a flat.

Starting to hear more and more reports of Tarpon being seen and caught moving down the Keys, sticking to a little bit deep water at the moment. We are anxiously awaiting the full swing of the migration in the coming weeks and having these fish move onto more of our flats.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Key West offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught. These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs.

Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now. We have also been hearing reports of 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.

REEF FISHING IN KEY WEST

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!

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Key West Fishing Report for March 4, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Well, the beginning of this month sure was a frustrating one, with cold front after cold front moving in. However it looks like we may finally be getting over that windy hump and have some decent weather ahead. Lots of sunshine and warm weather has brought our water temps up and our fish seem to be about as happy as we are.

Starting to see quite a few more Bonefish and Permit being caught as they push back up into the shallows. 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.

When it comes to our Permit,  be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up. Look for long black sickle like tails breaking the water surface as these fish face-plant the bottom in search of a bite. Water pushes in the form of a "V" shape can also be an indicator of a hungry perm pushing across a flat. Starting to hear more and more reports of Tarpon being seen and caught moving down the Keys, sticking to a little bit deep water at the moment. We are anxiously awaiting the full swing of the migration in the coming weeks and having these fish move onto more of our flats.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Key West Offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught. These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs.

Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now. We have also been hearing reports of 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.

REEF FISHING IN KEY WEST

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!

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Key West Fishing Report for February 24, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Well, the beginning of this month sure was a frustrating one, with cold front after cold front moving in. However it looks like we may finally be getting over that windy hump and have some decent weather ahead. Lots of sunshine and warm weather has brought our water temps up and our fish seem to be about as happy as we are.

Starting to see quite a few more Bonefish and Permit being caught as they push back up into the shallows. 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.

When it comes to our Permit,  be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up. Look for long black sickle like tails breaking the water surface as these fish face-plant the bottom in search of a bite. Water pushes in the form of a "V" shape can also be an indicator of a hungry perm pushing across a flat. Starting to hear more and more reports of Tarpon being seen and caught moving down the Keys, sticking to a little bit deep water at the moment. We are anxiously awaiting the full swing of the migration in the coming weeks and having these fish move onto more of our flats.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Key West Offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught.

These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs. Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now. We have also been hearing reports of 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.

REEF FISHING IN KEY WEST

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!

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Key West Fishing Report for February 18, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

Well, the beginning of this month sure was a frustrating one, with cold front after cold front moving in. However it looks like we may finally be getting over that windy hump and have some decent weather ahead. Lots of sunshine and warm weather has brought our water temps up and our fish seem to be about as happy as we are.

Starting to see quite a few more Bonefish and Permit being caught as they push back up into the shallows. 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. When it comes to our Permit,  be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up. Look for long black sickle like tails breaking the water surface as these fish face-plant the bottom in search of a bite. Water pushes in the form of a "V" shape can also be an indicator of a hungry perm pushing across a flat. Starting to hear more and more reports of Tarpon being seen and caught moving down the Keys, sticking to a little bit deep water at the moment. We are anxiously awaiting the full swing of the migration in the coming weeks and having these fish move onto more of our flats.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught. These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs. Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now.

We have also been hearing reports of 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.

REEF FISHING IN KEY WEST

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!

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Key West Fishing Report for February 11, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

Wow! What a crazy beginning of the New Year. Our weather down here in Key West sure has been tough not allowing for the best of fishing conditions. With cold front after cold front moving in, it has made getting out on the water difficult. With the cooler air the water temps have dropped a bit as well.

For the flats; this is not bad weather for fishing Barracudas as they tend to become slightly more active when water temps drop a bit. These fish can be caught using both spinning gear and on the fly. Think about using bait fish patterns that are long and shiny if targeting on fly, and top water lures or (the tried and true) cuda-tube lures if spin fishing. This time of year we also tend to find Sea Trout moving into the basins.

These fish are super fun to catch and aren't bad eating either. Starting to see a few more Bonefish and Permit being caught in between these fronts as our air temperature has been a little more consistent lately. So be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up. Also having some more Tarpon being caught as we anxiously await the full swing of the migration in the coming weeks.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught fairly consistently. These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs. Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now.

We have also been hearing reports of 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 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.

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

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Key West Fishing Report for February 5, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

Wow! What a crazy beginning of the New Year. Our weather down here in Key West sure has been tough not allowing for the best of fishing conditions. With cold front after cold front moving in, it has made getting out on the water difficult. With the cooler air the water temps have dropped a bit as well.

For the flats; this is not bad weather for fishing Barracudas as they tend to become slightly more active when water temps drop a bit. These fish can be caught using both spinning gear and on the fly. Think about using bait fish patterns that are long and shiny if targeting on fly, and top water lures or (the tried and true) cuda-tube lures if spin fishing.

This time of year we also tend to find Sea Trout moving into the basins. These fish are super fun to catch and aren't bad eating either. Most of our Bonefish and Permit have been pretty hard to find, and they more than likely pulled off the flats in search of some warmer water. That being said however, be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught fairly consistently. These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs. Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now.

We have also been hearing reports of 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 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.

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

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Key West Fishing Report for January 29, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

Wow! What a crazy beginning of the New Year. Our weather down here in Key West sure has been tough not allowing for the best of fishing conditions. With cold front after cold front moving in, it has made getting out on the water difficult. With the cooler air the water temps have dropped quite a bit as well.

For the flats; this is not bad weather for fishing Barracudas as they tend to become slightly more active when water temps drop a bit. These fish can be caught using both spinning gear and on the fly. Think about using bait fish patterns that are long and shiny if targeting on fly, and top water lures or (the tried and true) cuda-tube lures if spin fishing. This time of year we also tend to find Sea Trout moving into the basins. These fish are super fun to catch and aren't bad eating either. Most of our Bonefish and Permit have been pretty hard to find, and they more than likely pulled off the flats in search of some warmer water. That being said however, be on the lookout because you never know when one might pop up.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Offshore reports have been good, with good sized Blackfin Tuna being brought in and in good numbers. These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! If going for Tuna be sure to bring your wasabi, soy sauce, and chopsticks for this sushi grade fish. Some Wahoo have also been being caught fairly consistently. These fish can be best caught high speed trolling, and can range anywhere between 30-50lbs. Heads up when Wahoo fishing, you may also happen to catch some of the Kingfish (King Mackerel) that are swimming around right now. We have also been hearing reports of 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 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.

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!

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Key West Fishing Report for January 13, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

Happy New Year!

Flats this time of year are less crowded and fish are not being pressured so heavily. Cold fronts are constantly moving in and the colder water temperatures will start impacting the flats more and more.

We will start to see the bigger barracudas running around on the flats and edges of the channels looking for anything they can sink their teeth into. Long and flashy bait-fish patterns work when trying to target these tricky speed demons. Keep in mind though as cold fronts come and go, water temperatures will fluctuate and the Bonefish and Permit will be pushing and pulling off the flats, so be prepared should you get a shot on one!

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

Trolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating. Also be on the lookout for flocks of bird diving on bait. This is usually a great indication there are fish underneath them and feeding as well. Keep a few spinning rods ready to pitch a bait once you hook one as you might have a second fish come in with him.

The Blackfin Tuna have also been being brought in, in pretty good numbers. A great fighting fish, these deeper water bullets can be caught trolling, or jigging with bucktail jigs, or better yet caught with live bait. Be sure to bring your chopsticks as they make for table fair which is huge bonus. 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.

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

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Key West Fishing Report for January 1, 2020

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

HAPPY NEW YEAR! It's January and the new year and the flats this time of year are less crowded and fish are not being pressured so heavily. Cold fronts are starting to move in and the colder water temperatures will start impacting the flats more and more. We will start to see the bigger barracudas running around on the flats and edges of the channels looking for anything they can sink their teeth into.

Long and flashy bait-fish patterns work when trying to target these tricky speed demons. Keep in mind though as cold fronts come and go, water temperatures will fluctuate and the Bonefish and Permit will be pushing and pulling off the flats, so be prepared should you get a shot on one! The Wahoo bite has picked up the last couple of days around the moon phase. With fish ranging anywhere from 30 to 50lbs, there are many ways to catch Wahoo. High speed trolling is one of the most effective ways to target them.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

If you're into Key West deep sea fishing, we are hearing reports of 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. Also be on the lookout for flocks of bird diving on bait. This is usually a great indication there are fish underneath them and feeding as well.

Keep a few spinning rods ready to pitch a bait once you hook one as you might have a second fish come in with him. The Blackfin Tuna have also been being brought in, in pretty good numbers.

A great fighting fish, these deeper water bullets can be caught trolling, or jigging with bucktail jigs, or better yet caught with live bait. Be sure to bring your chopsticks as they make for table fair which is huge bonus. 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.

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!

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Key West Fishing Report for December 18, 2019

Hello Hello Anglers! 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!

FLATS FISHING IN KEY WEST

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Hello Anglers! We at the Saltwater Angler wish you a warm and sunny welcome from our little slice of Key West paradise.

Its December here in the Florida Keys and getting into that winter time, flats are less crowded and fish are not being pressured so heavily. Cold fronts are starting to move into the Florida keys. The colder water temperatures will start impacting the flats more and more.

We will start to see the bigger barracudas running around on the flats and edges of the channels looking for anything they can sink their teeth into. Long and flashy bait-fish patterns work when trying to target these tricky speed demons. Keep in mind though as cold fronts come and go, water temperatures will rise and the bonefish and permit will find their way back up on the flat.

The wahoo bite has picked up the last couple of days around the moon phase. With fish ranging anywhere from 30 to 50lbs, there are many ways to catch wahoo. ?High speed trolling is one of the most effective ways to target them. Hearing reports of sailfish being caught out in the gulf hopefully start seeing some south winds later on this month which will push the baitfish closer to the reefs, making it a shorter run to find theses elusive fish.

OFFSHORE FISHING IN KEY WEST

If you're into Key West deep sea fishing, Still finding some Mahi-Mahi around mostly peanuts with the occasional bull in the mix. Trolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating. Also be on the lookout for flocks of bird diving on bait. This is usually a great indication there are fish underneath them feeding as well.

Keep a few spinning rods ready to pitch a bait once you hook one. With colder water temperatures approaching bait will start making their way into the keys. Once the bait shows up, Tuna are not far behind. These fish can be caught on both spinning outfits and fly rods giving angler an amazing opportunity to target them. They don't make bad table fair either which is a huge bonus. 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 makes for great table fare.

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!

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