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Kozma Backcountry Charters

by Mike Kozma in Flats Fishing Charters (Spin/ Fly)

Come experience the spectacular Florida Keys, and Everglades backcountry from the bow of a technical flats skiff while enjoying some of the best fishing the keys has to offer , for species likeTarpon, Permit, bonefish, redfish, snook and sharks!

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Islamorada Charter Fishing: Drift Fis...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 07/06/2015 - 12:09 am
Category: Info Articles

Where there are crevices to lay eggs on, holes and corners to hide from predators, or ample prey for ambush, marine life thrives. This makes Islamorada wrecks among the go-to spots for avid anglers, recreational or sport alike, in their offshore fishing adventures. Retired charter boats and shrimp boats, steel freighter ships, and remains of cars are scattered across the island chain. Most are named after the nearest reef or light buoy, while others are merely identified for the depth where they are nestled. Swarms of Islamorada charter fishing boaters gather above these wrecks as they’re known to house lots of Florida’s most prized fishes such as the snapper, goliath gro ...

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Backcountry Fishing in Islamorada: Ke...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 07/06/2015 - 12:02 am
Category: Info Articles

Backcountry fishing in Islamorada during the day can be unbearable due to the intense summer heat. It’s no surprise, then, that some anglers choose to schedule fishing during the night. The benefits are obvious: no sunburns, no sticky sunscreens, no hats, and no sunglasses amid the more relaxing nighttime air. Another reason you should try night fishing is that fish species that remain aloof during the day become more aggressive at night, giving you a better chance of scoring a good catch.

 
Coral reefs that run parallel with the Florida Keys shore are teeming with all kinds of fish, and this is usually where anglers go night fishing for yellowtails and other prized sp ...

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The Islamorada Fishing Experience and...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 07/05/2015 - 11:54 pm
Category: Info Articles

Islamorada received the title “sportfishing capital of the world” for a reason. Fishing enthusiasts from all over the world, from newbies to veterans and casual to hardcore anglers, are attracted to this place throughout the year. A firsthand experience in these aquatic parts will let you see why this is so.

 
The Florida Sportsman points out how the position of the strip of land is simply a “geological genius” for anglers. Its position also gave it two sides, with the reef only three miles south of the island and the sea floor dropping drastically – creating a massive diversity of catches. As such, it has something to offer for any angler.
 
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Islamorada Fishing: Enjoy Fishing Cha...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 07/05/2015 - 11:46 pm
Category: Industry News

A couple of weeks in June, billfish became common catch in the Upper Keys and Islamorada. Keynoter Publishing reported several fishing enthusiasts releasing billfish, including a 250-pound blue marlin, an 80-pound white marlin, and a sailfish. Among the most notable is a swordfish, weighing a staggering 434.5 pounds.

 
It should be mentioned, however, that the summer season doesn’t only bring in billfish catches. Many anglers actually agree that, lately, they just never know what’s going to bite when fishing in Islamorada. Nonetheless, the unpredictability only added to the fun of the “sportfishing capital of the world”.
 
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