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by Jeremy Pfaffendorf in Bay Boat Guides

Fish the Everglages, Gulf and Reef with Capt.Jeremy Pfaffendorf in search of Tarpon,Snook, Redfish, Shark, Snappers and more. Light tackle fishing for everyone from novice to expert anglers. This is family fun fishing at its best.

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Making the Most out of Your Fishing T...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/23/2012 - 04:45 am

Fishing is one of the most satisfying recreational activities in the Florida Keys, a beautiful coral archipelago located in the southeastern region of the United States. The place holds a high number of world records for all types of fish in saltwater, according to the International Game Fish Association. Whether you or your family are on a snapper or mahi-mahi hunt, or may just want to wait out the perfect lure in a marina right in the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World,” you might want to check out Florida Keys boat rentalsto get to your favorite angling destination. Make your trip memorable with good preparation beforehand.
Chartering a Boat
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World Record Catch You Might Hook on ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/23/2012 - 04:40 am

The Florida Keys lies on an impressive archipelago that is the closest you can get to the equator without leaving the United States. It's a key angling or fishing site in the country. You can pick a boat guide from a boat rental website, such as the IslamoradaFishingSource.com, which also shows you scores of world record saltwater fish caught over the years in the Keys. Hiring a boat from a Florida Keys boat rental companyis no trouble at all, and pretty straightforward. Here are just a few saltwater fish that just might give you a shot at the end of your line.
Spanish Mackerel
A popular fish that many fishermen and anglers seek out, Spanish Mackerels are found inshore, near-shore, and off ...

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Week of 11/19/12 - Islamorada FL Keys...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/21/2012 - 09:54 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hello everyone and welcome back to this week’s report!  The Sailfishing is falling right into place this week, as we have seen a caught good numbers of fish!  Actually, the fishing has been pretty good all up and down the keys ,but the best of it has been in the Upper Keys from the reports that I have received.  Live chumming has been really good all week, as the pilchards have been plentiful, and the Sailfish have been enjoying the livies.  The kites have been doing well too, with Goggle Eyes, Sardines, and Threadfin Herring being the best with this method.  Plenty of fish to be had, and we are hoping that this front will push some new fish in here for the wee ...

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Week of 11/12/12 - Islamorada Florida...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/14/2012 - 05:21 pm
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hey everyone, and welcome back to this week's report!  The offshore scene has been a little dismal this week, and will probably be into the weekend as the winds are blowing, and it doesn't look like it is going to subside much more than 15 knots or so, so we will be staying in on the reef edge for the end of this week and the weekend.  That is just fine with me, as the fishing in this area has been awesome!  The Sailfish are here and have been biting pretty good, and with this next little front, it would appear that we would get a nice little push into the Keys.  The Sailfish bite has been pretty decent all week from Key Largo to Key West, and the Mackerels have been righ ...

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Week of November 5, 2012 Islamorada F...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 11/03/2012 - 02:24 am
Category: Fishing Report and Forecast

Hello everyone and welcome back to this week’s report!  First of all I would like to send out my condolences to all of the people who were affected by Hurricane Sandy.  My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who was part of this disaster.  It is a truly unfortunate disaster, but it will only make us stronger so hang in there.  Hopefully things will be back to normal before you know it!  Having said that, let’s get to the fishing!  
Offshore fishing this week is heating up for the weekend, as the Pelagic fish are really starting to move in close to the reef!  The current in the upper keys is right up along the reef to the NE, and the bait is ...

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