Light tackle Fishing
Light tackle Fishing in Key West Fishing Charters
Light tackle fishing in Keywest is the ideal way to experience saltwater fishing in the Florida Keys. It is especially perfect for beginners but many advanced fishermen also enjoy light tackle fishing. As its name implies, light tackle fishing involves the use of a light tackle and a small scale boat. Because the tackle is lighter and thinner, it flows easily in the water and attracts more fish. When a fish spots bait moving in the water, they will trust that it is real because the string attached to it is so thin that it can be mistaken for being mostly invisible. Further, light tackle fishing requires smaller boats that are easy to navigate. This makes for fast traveling speed and more places to explore. You will have the opportunity to fish in the spots that most larger boats are unable to venture to because of their heavy weight and lengthy travel time. In essence, light tackle fishing makes catching aquatic wildlife convenient.
Desirable Conditions for Light Tackle Fishing
In Key West, it is generally always a good time to do light tackle fishing. However, you should always aim to go fishing when the sun is high and the chance of rain and thunderstorms is low. Rain and thunderstorms often cause fish to relocate or to shy away from boats. You may not catch a lot of fish if you do so during poor weather conditions. Further, because the equipment used for light tackle fishing is much smaller than average, wind and rain can often make it difficult to maneuver and use the materials.
Types of Key West Fish
The most common types of fish that you may catch while light tackle fishing in Key West include:
- Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
- Black Grouper
- Yellow Tail Snapper
- Atlantic Sailfish
The backcountry contains many small to fairly large mangrove islands keeping the delicate ecosystem of the important thing West shallows and flats in its hands.
You catch a variety of fish with Boo-Ya Charters bottom fishing charters. The most popular bottom fish caught in Key West are Grouper, Snapper, Yellowtail snapper and which are very tasty fish!
Deep Sea Fishing
Whether you’re an experienced world class angler or a novice fisherman about to embark on their first fishing experience, Boo-Ya Charters is the right place for a Deep Sea Fishing Charter.
Light tackle Fishing
Light tackle fishing in Keywest is the ideal way to experience saltwater fishing in the Florida Keys. It is especially perfect for beginners but many advanced fishermen also enjoy light tackle fishing.
Mahi Mahi Fishing
Dolphin, Mahi-Mahi, is one of the most sought-after offshore fish during summer, and they can be found throughout the Florida Keys. They are a fast-growing species so it would be hard to deplete the fisheries.
Offshore fishing requires you to go far out and deep into the ocean to catch huge fish. Usually, intermediate and advanced fishermen engage in offshore fishing.
Reef wreck fishing
Key West reef fishing is great for lots of action and great eating fish. There are also many patch reefs located in between Key West and the reef line for those windy days.
Key West Snorkling
There are few places in the world where snorkeling is more popular, or more easily accessible, than Key West.
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