There is nothing better then a lazy afternoon on a Key West boat, in the middle of the ocean, looking for the perfect catch; and in Key West, Florida, this is just an ordinary day. Key West is known for a lot of things, but its best feature is the outdoors. With its crystal blue seas and balmy weather, you would be crazy not to go outside, dip your feet in the ocean, go snorkeling or kayaking, and of course, fish. Key West fishing is famous all over the world, that it has been dubbed the “quintessential fishing town”. There are all sorts of types of fishing available in Key West, Florida – inshore fishing, offshore fishing, wreck fishing and reef fishing.
The only way to get the most out of your Key West fishing trip, is to go out on the water with the best. This is where Captain Scott Gordon comes in. Having been involved in the Key West charter business for over 25 years, he knows the Key West waters like the back of his hand. His tarpon – in season from early spring through the summer months – fishing trips in Key West Harbor are legendary. But this isn’t the only type of fishing Captain Scott excels at, he also enjoys going offshore around Key West in search for Blackfin Tuna, Sailfish, Wahoo, Snapper, Grouper, Shark and Mahi-Mahi.
Key West offers many fishing options. From light tackle fishing, to inshore or offshore fishing, to wrecks and reef fishing, Captain Scott will provide you with an experience of a lifetime. He can take you around the Key West waters, to the many wrecks scattered around the Lower Keys to fish for snappers or groupers, king mackerels or sharks; or to the different reefs in and around the Key West or Atlantic waters in search for Cobia, Yellowtail Snapper, Grouper, and a whole lot more.
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