Offshore Deep Sea Fishing
Offshore fishing in the Florida Keys is great all year long. We have so many hard fighting species to choose from in the warm tropical waters off of Marathon, FL. If it’s Spring or Summertime you can bet there are some Mahi Mahi and Blackfin Tunas around. If it’s Fall or Wintertime the Sailfish, Kingfish, and the occasional Wahoo are passing through. No matter what time of year it is or what the weather is doing there is always something fun to fish for down in the Florida Keys.
Our offshore fishing boat is a gorgeous 36′ Yellowfin center console with quiet triple 300’s Yamaha outboards. For the ladies it does have a bathroom onboard as well as a freshwater wash down system. It has state of the art Simrad marine electronics to help find the fish. This boat handles even the roughest seas at ease which makes it a fast, long range, and lethal fish catching machine.
Offshore Wreck Fishing
Off the coast of the Florida Keys there are many offshore wrecks. Most of them on the Atlantic Ocean side of Marathon, FL. are in 100′ – 300′ of water. These wrecks hold a wide variety of fish which include Amberjacks, Mutton Snapper, Grouper, Goliath Grouper, Vermillion Snapper, Yelloweye Snapper, Kingfish, Wahoo, Cobia, and many more. These fish put up a great fight and if they are in season make for good eats. If you would like to keep some fish for dinner we will gladly clean and bag your catch. The restaurant where our boats are located will even cook your catch for you.
Join Us For Offshore Fishing & Dinner With a View
Our 3 different boats are located at the Island Fish Company Restaurant in the middle Florida Keys area of Marathon. This restaurant is open for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. It has a full service bar and some of the best waterfront views of any restaurant in the keys. This location is just a few minutes from any hotel in the Marathon area. For lodging information please check out some of the hotels we have listed here.
Offshore Fishing At The Marathon Humps
The famous Marathon Humps are about 30 miles offshore. This hot spot for fishing is home to a wide variety of fish like Blackfin Tuna, Bonita’s, and Mahi Mahi. Along the way we are looking for birds, weed lines, or any structure floating in the water which attract fish like Triple Tail, Jacks, and Mahi Mahi. Once we find the fish we use a wide variety of live baits, cut baits, and even lures to catch the fish.