KEY WEST FLATS FISHING
November is here in the Florida keys along with the cooler winter air. With these colder temperatures some of the more toothy critters will be more dominate on the flats. Cudas will begin to lay up in the current near flats trying to find an easy meal giving angler a great opportunity to try and catch one. Our Guides have still been catching their fair share of bonefish and permit prior to cold fronts. Plenty of permit have been fluttering around flats lately. Allowing anglers to get multiple shots at landing fish on our pristine flats. There are still a few Juvenile tarpon hanging around the mangroves and channels aligning them. These acrobatic baby are beyond fun and ready to crush a fly.
KEY WEST OFFSHORE FISHING
The mahi-mahi bite has been a hit or miss here in key west. Although on any given day you could go out and find some decent sized fish. Tuna and wahoo are starting to show up. With the full moon the wahoo bite has been excellent with boat catching multiple fish. The early morning and late afternoon bites have been the most productive with some great fish being caught. The Reef bite has been fairly decent. Plenty of red grouper and keeper sized mutton snapper around. The yellowtail snapper bite has been great as usual, and makes for great table fare.
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