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Welcome Aboard! Come enjoy Key Largo's finest reef fishing aboard the Sailor's Choice! Come see why Key Largo has some of the best reef fishing in the Florida Keys, and why customers are raving about our party boat!

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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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Your Islamorada Fishing Trip: Fish Va...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 05/07/2015 - 12:30 am
Category: Industry News

If you want to get into fishing, then you can’t go wrong with an Islamorada fishing trip. After all, Islamorada is considered the “Sports Fishing Capital of the World”. Don’t let the “sports” part intimidate you. While that may seem to imply that the place is only for the pros, Islamorada actually offers a nice fishing experience even for novices. Local guides give advice to fishers of all skill levels about baits and other fishing practices in specific areas.

What Can You Catch?
Online news site KeysInfoNet reported in April that tarpon was the main focus at the time. In another news report from the site, dolphin bite was also consistent during the la ...

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The Right Charter: Any Season is a Go...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 04/23/2014 - 12:47 am
Category: Industry News

Are you looking forward to catching sailfish along Florida Keys’ reefs this year? The sailfish season may be winding down, but the dolphins are out in force. Also, a lot of the fish are holding back, thanks to “some beefy weed lines”.
 

 
An article in KeysInfoNet describes how the dolphin population is swelling, and how dolphin activity may be spotted by the appearance of frigates and other birds overhead. Likewise, a good number of amberjacks, snappers, mangroves, and groupers are still feeding on wrecks and reefs.
 
That said, if you haven’t taken advantage of this year’s regular fishing season, you will need to know where to find those ...

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For Summer Fishing Fun, Islamorada Fi...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 04/23/2014 - 02:23 am
Category: Industry News

Fishing is a favorite pastime of Florida’s many residents and visitors. Proof of this is the fact that fishing-related activities and recreation efforts in The Sunshine State have increased considerably in the last decade. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida’s recreational anglers caught approximately 121 million marine fish in 2011, 74 million of which were released.
 
Now that spring is here and summer is just around the corner, anglers are expected to come to Florida in droves. If you plan to go on a fishing trip here, Terry Gibson of VisitFlorida.com offers a 2014 Florida Fishing Planner to make your trip both orderly and fun. In summary, he ...

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Islamorada Fishing Report: Tuna, Ambe...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 04/23/2014 - 02:12 am
Category: Industry News

In a popular Islamorada fishing report on Coastal Angler Magazine, Capt. Rick Rodriguez offers good news for large game fishing enthusiasts planning to head out to the Village of Islands over the next few months. In a word, big fish:
 
"Thank goodness for the Islamorada Hump. The Hump has been the center of attention since sportfishing began off the coast of Islamorada. It continues to make anglers dreams come true with the fish that are caught there from day to day. Blackfin tunas and Amberjacks have been the target species lately. Luckily, there have been a lot of both. Trolling with small in line feather jigs has produced great Tuna bite. The Larger Amberjacks have been eating blue ...

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Mandated Safety When Going out on an ...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 03/30/2014 - 11:23 pm
Category: Industry News

Going away on a fishing trip is every bit as fun as it is relaxing. The breeze alone will go a long way towards letting you de-stress, even if just for a few days. Federal safety regulations may be a big help too, as Charles Pekow of Examiner.com reports:
 
"The Sport Fish Restoration and Recreational Boating Safety Act of 2014 (S. 2028) was introduced in the Senate by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV). It became available online on the congressional website on Friday, Feb. 21.
 
Sen. John Thune (R-SD) cosponsored the bill.
 
It was referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation."
 

 
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Islamorada Fishing Safety: What to Do...

by Ryan Gruenholz on 03/30/2014 - 10:41 pm
Category: Industry News

The Internet abounds with viral videos of huge catches helping themselves onto the sterns of fishing boats. In the story above, not only did a marlin manage to get aboard the boat, it also forced one of the deckhands to go overboard. Fortunately, the crew on deck managed to get him out of the water.
 
It’s not just marlin; any energetic tail flipper can jump on an unsuspecting boat for reasons marine biologists have yet to determine. One theory states that the fish are easily startled by the sound of the boat’s engine. However, this has only been observed in freshwater fish such as Asian carp. Experts are unsure if the behavior is also innate to saltwater fish.
 
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