Well as everyone in the country knows it has been a bit cooler than we would like. Here in Islamorada it did drop in the 50s and while fishing, we had to wear some sweatshirts and hats for a few hours. The sailfish didn’t mind the cold as the saying is.. “the colder and windier.. the better”… boats were putting great numbers in catching and releasing sailfish. We managed to catch 5 in 4 trips and also a limit in yellowtail snappers 3 or the 4 days. King mackerel are still biting good as we caught a couple each day. During the next few weeks I expect fishing for sailfish to remain our focus along with the occasional wahoo and tuna. Don’t miss out on our winter fishery here in the Florida Keys, this is when you can catch the wahoo or sailfish of a lifetime. Good luck and book yor trips today.
Peak winter season Florida Keys
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