Florida Keys Winter Time Fishing Options
The cooler months of November through March the fishing in the Florida Keys is controlled by the weather. One day it can be flat calm and 85 degrees and the next it can be 65 degrees and windy. There are many different options as to what to fish for and how to do it. Your charter boat captain can recommend several different options and species to catch generally 2-3 days before your scheduled charter. 99.9% of the time we are able to get out on the water and have a great day no matter what the weather is doing.
Common Species Caught : Mangrove Snapper, Yellowtail Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Gag Grouper, Black Grouper, Cobia, Redfish, Snook, Barracuda, Sharks, Spanish Mackerel
Types Of Fishing Available : Live Bait, Artificial Lures, Patch Reef, Bottom Fishing, Wreck Fishing, Flats Fishing, and Everglades Backcountry Fishing.
Winter Time Fishing Boat: During the winter time we like to use our larger boat because it is more comfortable than our backcountry flats skiff. It can accommodate 1-6 anglers but is most comfortable with 1-4 customers. Because of the unique design of this 23′ center console we are able to still access the shallow inshore waters of the Florida Keys as well as hit the patch reefs and wrecks. It really is a comfortable fishing machine.
Accessories Found Aboard : State of the art Simrad electronics, massive livewell, Yeti brand cooler for your food and drinks, spacious dry storage, and separate iced down fish boxes if you choose to keep a few fish for dinner.
Technical Flats Boat: For the more advanced 1-2 angler trips that would like to sight fish using light tackle spinning or fly fishing gear. This skiff will quietly pole in 8″ of water which allows us to sneak up on spooky Florida Keys gamefish species such as Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon, Snook, and Redfish. Please note that weather is very critical for being able to do this kind of fishing. We will discuss what the best options for making the best of your day booked with us.