Key West Fishing Report

Key West Fishing Report July 15, 2021

Greetings from Key West! Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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Greetings from Key West to our flats fishing in Key West report.

Getting out early is the best option this week. With waters warming up by mid-day and the frequent afternoon showers, morning time brings more shots at early feeding fish. Late afternoon can come with wet weather, but does cool off the flats and fish can be found cruising back in on the incoming tide. Along with the daily showers being the norm over the next week, winds will also be around 12-18 mph. Getting shots at Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit may require rods no smaller than a 10wt to compete with the winds. Most of the migratory Tarpon have moved north to spawning grounds, but mangrove nurseries still hold juvenile tarpon in the 15- 40 lb. range. Bone fish have been plentiful on the right tide with many captains reporting large bones around 8-10 lbs.

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Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

The offshore bite has been a little quiet this week with few juvenile dolphin being found in deeper water. Packed up weed lines will be your best bet if they are holding bait.

 

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

Key West reef fishing - The reef will be your best bet offshore this week with anyone bringing plenty of chum. Yellow tail snapper have been plentiful if you can get them up off the bottom. Grouper and larger snapper down deep are still good when dropping cut bait, live bait or bouncing big buck tails off the bottom in 40-60 feet of water.

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Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

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Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

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Key West Fishing Report July 5, 2021

Greetings from Key West! Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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Greetings from Key West to our flats fishing in Key West report.

With The impending arrival of Elsa, fishing will be put on hold for a few days. If the storm the storms moves quickly and continues westward, the flats should be back in business by the week's end.

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Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

With The impending arrival of Elsa, fishing will be put on hold for a few days. If the storm the storms moves quickly and continues westward, the flats should be back in business by the week's end.

 

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

Key West reef fishing - With The impending arrival of Elsa, fishing will be put on hold for a few days. If the storm the storms moves quickly and continues westward, the flats should be back in business by the week's end.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

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Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report June 22, 2021

Greetings from Key West! Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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Greetings from Key West to our flats fishing in Key West report.

A mix of lighter winds and gusty rain showers have settled in for the beginning of summer. This is very typical this time of year and makes for a challenge on picking the right days to fish.

The flats continue to bring in good size schools of Bonefish. Many captains are reporting 8-10 lb. fish.

The tides are always key to finding the Grey Ghost. Timing the right light of the day with the incoming tides are key. Just about any shrimp or small crab pattern will work. Is all about presentation.

Permit are still showing up on the flats in good numbers too. Crab patterns matching the right bottom color will help you get a shot at these spooky fish. Snapper, Cudas and Jacks are a great alternative to the more difficult fish and can make for a great day on the flats. Look for these fish closer to deep water pockets next to mangrove islands.

As far as Tarpon go, most of the larger migratory fish have moved north. But many of our residential fish in the 25-60 lb. range can still be found tight to mangrove nursery’s holding a lot of bait. Early morning is still your best time to catch these guys when feeding at first light.

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Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Dolphin continue to be the main pelagic species of choice this time of year. Looking for good weed lines packed up holding bait is a good place to start. Remember to keep an eye out for feeding birds overhead. They are your best indicator of bait which lead to fish.

Grouper and Mutton Snapper are still being found over deeper ledges off the reef in 50-75 feet of water. Jigging or dropping larger baits down can produce a great fight at these depths.

Wreck fishing this time of year can still produce Tuna as well as a rod bending day with large Amberjacks too. Yellow tail snapper are still one of the most targeted species outside of the reef. A good amount of chum and patience can lead to a cooler full of these tasty fish. As always wishing you tight lines and fish boatside!

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

Key West reef fishing - Wreck fishing this time of year can still produce Tuna as well as a rod bending day with large Amberjacks too.

Yellow tail snapper are still one of the most targeted species outside of the reef. A good amount of chum and patience can lead to a cooler full of these tasty fish.

As Always, wishing tight lines and fish boat side from The Saltwater Angler!

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report June 10, 2021

Greetings from Key West! Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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Greetings from Key West to our flats fishing in Key West report.

Well it’s that time of year and winds are starting to calm down with water temperatures settling in the mid 80’s.

Early morning and late afternoon are going to be your best times to hit the flats with water getting just a little too warm most mid-days.

Young Tarpon are still an early morning target if you can find them off the flats in tidal mangroves or moving through channels between shallow flats.

Try using dark color baitfish patterns or even water popping gurglers to get their attention. This time of year is great for hunting Bonefish on the incoming tides over shallow edges of the flats and turtle grass beds as well.

Many Captains have been reporting a larger than normal population of big Bones this year! Just about any shrimp pattern will work. When the sun doesn’t cooperate and vision is tough remember looking for puffs of mud will help you locate the Grey Ghost.

Having a good crab pattern ready for any chance at Permit is a good rule to remember. Skittish Permit will be moving over the flats looking for crabs to feed in the same areas as Bonefish too. Along with the big “Three”, chances at Barracuda and Jacks on the flats are also possible.

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Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Dolphin continue to be the big play offshore with fisherman reporting a good number of large dolphin being caught early.

Some Black fin Tuna are also being caught west of Key West in deeper waters 100-200 feet deep.

Yellow tail snapper are plentiful this time of year, just remember to bring lots of chum and patience for the big Flag Snapper to rise up from the reef floor in 40-50 depths.

Mutton snapper are still on the reef as well. Black Grouper are being mostly found west of Key West too if you are inclined to venture further out.

As Always, wishing tight lines and fish boat side from The Saltwater Angler!

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

Key West reef fishing - Yellow tail snapper are plentiful this time of year, just remember to bring lots of chum and patience for the big Flag Snapper to rise up from the reef floor in 40-50 depths.

Mutton snapper are still on the reef as well. Black Grouper are being mostly found west of Key West too if you are inclined to venture further out.

As Always, wishing tight lines and fish boat side from The Saltwater Angler!

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report May 30, 2021

Greetings from Key West! Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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Greetings from Key West to our flats fishing in Key West.

Our winds have subsided a little and the lats fishing in Key West has been on fire! Migratory Tarpon are still moving through the keys in search of schooling bait as the move north.

The bite has been the best early in the morning and in late afternoon with many Tarpon moving through the deeper channels off the flats.

Fly selections has been darker colors with good tail movement. Toads, baitfish patterns and Tarpon bunnies in red, purple or black are a good choice to start with. Weight forward floating lines with a sink tip will get you down in the channels when tarpon are diving deeper in search of bait.

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Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Along with the Tarpon many large Bone fish have been caught all over the back country. Waiting for the incoming tide with a nice shrimp pattern will give you a shot at a Grey Ghost which have been plentiful this spring.

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

The Key West reef fishing -  Along with the Tarpon many large Bone fish have been caught all over the back country. Waiting for the incoming tide with a nice shrimp pattern will give you a shot at a Grey Ghost which have been plentiful this spring.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report May 18, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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This time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing in Key West.

Summer is finally here! Our typical weather patterns of lighter winds and daily rain showers will become the norm as our waters begin to heat up. As the flats start to warm up around mid day, most species will move into deeper water. Getting an early start in the back country will be the key to getting shots at Bonefish, Jacks or even a Permit. Timing your trip with the incoming tide with small tan crab patterns will work with all three species. As the larger migratory Tarpon continue to move  north, anglers will still have plenty of our juvenile fish around in the 20-50 lb. range. Along with the early morning bite, these tarpon can be targeted late in the afternoon as well.

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Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore the Dolphin has been on fire! Many captains are reporting fish 25lb. and larger. Wahoo, Bonita's and some Tuna are also being landed regularly as well.

The man in the blue suit (Blue Marlin) has been making some appearances too! Just getting a hook up with a Marlin and seeing it blast out of the ocean can make a memory for a life time.

The grouper and yellowtail snapper have continued to bite well between 70-90 feet. Wishing all who venture out tight lines and fish boat side!!!

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

The Key West reef fishing bite has been picking up… and there are 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.

Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a “pitch rod” or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren’t too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don’t give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report April 11, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

Key West Flats Fishing

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This time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing in Key West.

With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

 

TARPON... It is the time of year yet again that we all look forward to. A few small groups of fish starting showing up already in the lower keys. In the upcoming month these amazing fish will start moving their way down in the keys. In return giving anglers an amazing opportunity to try and land the silver king.

Permit. As we get closer to April a good amount of fish will start pushing off shore to start spawning. We will still see them on the flats but will not be as predominate. many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

A number of Key West fishing guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp.

 

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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats.

 

Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out.

With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

 

TARPON... It is the time of year yet again that we all look forward to. A few small groups of fish starting showing up already in the lower keys. In the upcoming month these amazing fish will start moving their way down in the keys. In return giving anglers an amazing opportunity to try and land the silver king.

Permit. As we get closer to April a good amount of fish will start pushing off shore to start spawning. We will still see them on the flats but will not be as predominate. many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

A number of Key West fishing guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp.

 

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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats.

 

Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

The Key West reef fishing

With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

 

TARPON... It is the time of year yet again that we all look forward to. A few small groups of fish starting showing up already in the lower keys. In the upcoming month these amazing fish will start moving their way down in the keys. In return giving anglers an amazing opportunity to try and land the silver king.

Permit. As we get closer to April a good amount of fish will start pushing off shore to start spawning. We will still see them on the flats but will not be as predominate. many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

A number of Key West fishing guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp.

 

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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats.

 

Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report March 29, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

The following week will have winds out of the south and south east. The temperatures in the next few days will be in the mid to upper 70's and then drop in the lower 70's near the end of the week.

Key West Flats Fishing

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This time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing in Key West.

With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

TARPON... It is the time of year yet again that we all look forward to. A few small groups of fish starting showing up already in the lower keys. In the upcoming month these amazing fish will start moving their way down in the keys. In return giving anglers an amazing opportunity to try and land the silver king.

Permit. As we get closer to April a good amount of fish will start pushing off shore to start spawning. We will still see them on the flats but will not be as predominate. many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp.

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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats.

Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats.

Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare.

Still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or "dolphin". These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. We've been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught on the reef.

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 Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don't forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

The Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don’t forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

The Key West reef fishing bite has been picking up. Plenty of Red Grouper and Mutton Snapper around.

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.

Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a "pitch rod" or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren't too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don't give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report March 22, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

The following week will have winds out of the south and south east. The temperatures in the next few days will be in the mid to upper 70’s and then drop in the lower 70’s near the end of the week.

Key West Flats Fishing

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his time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing in Key West. With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

 

TARPON… It is the time of year yet again that we all look forward to. A few small groups of fish starting showing up already in the lower keys. In the upcoming month these amazing fish will start moving their way down in the keys. In return giving anglers an amazing opportunity to try and land the silver king.

 

Permit. As we get closer to April a good amount of fish will start pushing off shore to start spawning. We will still see them on the flats but will not be as predominate. many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite.  You will want to keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Be mindful of the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

 

A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. 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.

 

With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don’t be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats. Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

The Key West offshore fishing have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare. Still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or “dolphin”.  What a thrill to catch… and and even better eating!

 

This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. We’ve been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught on the reef. 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 Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don’t forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

Reef Fishing Charters in Key West

The Key West reef fishing 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. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a “pitch rod” or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren’t too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don’t give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

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Key West Fishing Report March 4, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

The following week will have lite winds out of the east and south east. The temperatures in the next few days will be in the low 70's and then drop in the 60's. By the weekend we should be expecting wind in the low 30 MPH range so plan accordingly.

Key West Flats Fishing

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This time of year it is very weather dependent when it comes to flats fishing. With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

TARPON... it is the time of year yet again that we all look forward to. A few small groups of fish starting showing up already in the lower keys. In the upcoming month these amazing fish will start moving their way down in the keys. In return giving anglers an amazing opportunity to try and land the silver king.

With the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance.

A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. 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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats. Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare. Still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or "dolphin". These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in.

We've been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught on the reef. 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 Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don't forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

Reef Fishing Charters 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.

Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a "pitch rod" or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren't too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don't give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

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Key West Fishing Report February 8, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

The following week will have alot of wind out of the west north west and then flip flop around toward the end of the week.. The temperatures in the next few days will be in the low 60's and then come up to upper 60's and lower 70's followed by another cold front later in the week.so dress accordingly.

Key West Flats Fishing

saltwater angler key west fishing

This time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing. With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

With the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes.

Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance. A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp.

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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats.

While you're fishing, you may want to check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats. Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare.

Just so you know, we are still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or "dolphin". These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. We've been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught on the reef. 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.

Also, therolling skirted ballyhoo and daisy chains are a great way to get them fired up and eating. The Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don't forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

Reef Fishing Charters 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. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a "pitch rod" or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren't too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don't give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

Key West Fishing Report From Capt. Tony Murphy

Key West Fishing Report for January 25, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

The following week will have a bit of wind out of the east and southeast. The temperatures in the next few days will drop to the upper 60's so dress accordingly. But by the end of the week the wind should hopefully start to pick right back up to the lower to mid 70's.

Key West Flats Fishing

saltwater angler key west fishing

This time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing. With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

With the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance. A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day. They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. 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.

With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats. Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats. Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare. Still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or "dolphin". These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in.

We've been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught on the reef. 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 Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don't forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

Reef Fishing Charters 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. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a "pitch rod" or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren't too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don't give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

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Key West Fishing Report for January 4, 2021

Hello from Capt. Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters.  Thank you for your interest in my Key West Fishing Report and Fishing in Key West and the lower keys!

The following week will have a bit of wind out of the east and southeast. The temperatures in the next few days will drop to the upper 60's so dress accordingly. But by the end of the week the wind should hopefully start to pick right back up to the lower to mid 70's.

Key West Flats Fishing

saltwater angler key west fishing

For the flats:
This time of year it is very weather dependent when it come to flats fishing. With cold fronts the temperatures on the flats will fluctuate rapidly over night which is something to keep in mind when targeting flats species.

With the Permit, many of the fish we have been seeing are of good size and are looking for a quick bite. Keep an eye out for a tail tip flashing out of the water and water pushes. Keep in mind the weather conditions, as this cloud cover will make it difficult to see into the water. Instead make sure to double check any suspicious surface disturbance. A number of guides have reported still seeing some nice Bonefish around, best being sought after on a low tide but being caught throughout the day.

They can be found feeding in shallow water eating crabs and shrimp. 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. With water temperatures cooling, we have started to see many more large Barracuda pushing onto the flats.

Check sand holes for these toothy critters, most likely facing into the current and holding their position. Often times there are more than one hanging around one another so don't be surprised if when fishing to a particular fish, that a different one comes from no-where and eats. Remember if seeking these beast, kind in mind their ability to cut through fluorocarbon leader and consider using a small piece of bite wire or cable. Be prepared for a spectacular fight, with long runs and jumps!

 

Book a Flats Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Offshore Fishing Charters in Key West

Offshore reports have been good, when the weather permits us to get out. With the coming of the full moon and some cooler water temperatures we expect to start seeing more and more Wahoo. These fish are a blast to catch and make amazing table fare. Still seeing some Mahi-Mahi or "dolphin". These fish are a thrill to catch and even better eating! This time of year the fish tend to be on the smaller size with the bigger ones mixed in. We've been hearing reports of some sailfish being caught on the reef.

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 Blackfin Tuna bite has also been pretty decent, especially if going out with a blacked out well of pilchards. Be on the lookout for birds but pay attention to the sounder as well, for any marks between 100-150ft. Don't forget the chopsticks should you happen to get in on some Tuna action, as these fish are sushi grade! Bleed them quick and get them on ice ASAP for the best tasting fish.

 

Reef Fishing Charters 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. Should you happen to have the Cobia come up on the surface, be prepared with a "pitch rod" or a setup the you can quickly rig to throw a piece of cut bait, pinfish , or even a bucktail jig. These fish tend to eat the scraps missed by larger predators and aren't too picky.

Make sure to let them eat before reeling down on them as they tend to mouth the bait a bit. If you happen to miss the bite, don't give up! Instead reset and get another bait in their face, they will often hang around looking for what they just missed.

 

Book an Offshore Fishing Trip with Capt, Tony

Above all else, Capt. Tony Murphy and his staff wish you tight lines! Get down here and book a trip with the Key Limey to catch that fish of a lifetime!!!

We wish you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony Murphy with Key Limey Charters

Visit us weekly to get your Key West Fishing Report!

CLICK HERE TO: BOOK A FISHING TRIP OR EMAILING US AT Tony@KeyLimey.com

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Key West Fishing Report February 17, 2016

LATEST KEY WEST FISHING REPORT – February 17, 2016
Hello Anglers! We welcome everyone a warm Island greeting from Capt Tony Murphy!

It seems the weather has given us a little break in the way of sunny skies and moderate to light winds for the next few days. With east to south-east winds, fishing to the west of Key West will be favorable for checking out some prime flats that have barely been touched since X-mas last year. The Permit are starting to be seen moving over the flats and shallow ledges again! Many of the morning anglers have sighted a number of Permit feeding on the grass flats, and other mornings they are nonexistent. The sunny days can only help with a shot at these brutes. The Cudas have woken up and are acting normal again and feeding as they should this time of year. The water temp has been hovering around 68′, so Barracudas will continue to be big game on the flats. On fly many anglers consider them one of the top species on the flats to target. Just remember to use a two hand strip and get the fly moving for your best chance. Using Cuda Tubes on spin can trigger a big hit as well!

The back country will still hold many species to target this time of year with the cooler waters. Jacks, Sharks, Sea Trout and many species of snapper can still be found in the basins and tight up against mangrove tree lines. Look for schools of bait around deeper ledges or puffs of muddy water in and all around the basins. Live bait or just using your favorite soft bait will do the job.

The offshore bite has also been good the last few days. Captains have been catching a few mahi; some have weight up to 15 pounds. The sailfish bite has come on strong with multiple releases reported by quite a few Captains. Anglers have also found many black fin Tuna under frigate birds in approximately 200 to 300 feet. In addition, there have been a lot of Bonitos and Kingfish landed at the end of the bar with a good west tide. We are still seeing a lot of Snapper action in just 60 -100 feet of water. Be patient with the really big Flag size yellow tail. They don’t get that big without being smart. If having trouble hooking up, try dropping down a size in your leader. This sometimes makes all the difference. As always wishing you tight lines and fish boat side from Capt Tony!

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