the weather is cooling off and the fishing is picking up. expect great reef action with plenty of bonitos mackerel of all species tunas and the occasional sailfish. heres drew with his first sailfish. time to get wet!!!
we should start to see more kings and cobias like these as we get further in the new year. average size for the kings is 20 lbs while the cobia could be anywhere from 15 to 60 lbs. heres a nice pair of fish dave and andrew caught on a recent full day trip. the cobia was 57lb and the king was a smoking 38 pounds. awesome day guys!!!
reel fly charters was featured in the most recent fly fishing saltwater magazine. it was accompanied by some excellent photos by Pat Ford. check it out athttp://www.flyfishinsalt.com/species/fish-species/kingfish-key-west
the permit fishing on the shallow wrecks in the gulf has been very good the last couple of weeks. we are averaging 5 to 15 fish per day ranging from 15 to 30 pounds. the fish are schooling on the wrecks creating a good oppertunity for sight casting to hundreds of fish at a time. pictures soon
getting guided aired recently. follow this link to check out the episode for yourself.