Cudjoe Key Fishing Charters is here to help both novice and avid fishermen take to the seas safely with fishing guides that know the waters of Cudjoe Key better than anyone else. Our fishing guides can suggest different species of fish, depending on your fishing level. They can take you out into open water and let you try your hand at deep-sea fishing. If you would prefer, they can also take you out into the back-country, allowing you to look for some of the most elusive fish of the area.
Cudjoe Key Fishing Charters Knows the Water and Fish of the Area
There are many different types of water around Cudjoe Key, including reefs, wrecks, bridges, channels, shallow water, and of course offshore in the deeper waters. Each area is home to a different community of fish. Our fishing guides can help no matter what species of fish you may be after. We know the water and what wrecks hold which fish. A few of the types of fish you can find in the waters of Cudjoe Key include:
- Dolphin Fish, also known as Mahi-Mahi
The waters of the Gulf, where Cudjoe Key Fishing Charters is located, is known for its variety of sea life and fish. It is essential for anyone wanting to fish these waters to have an experienced fishing guide because where you put your anchor matters. Dropping anchor in the wrong area can lead to few bites. However, putting it next to the perfect reef or wreck can mean new bites all day long.
Reach Out to Us Today
Getting the fish you are after involves more than just knowing the water. It is also about knowing what depth to set the bait at, when to reel or wait, and what type of fishing equipment to use. When you reach out to us here at Cudjoe Key Fishing Charters, our experienced fishing guides will help you be successful in your attempts to try for a fish that is sure to leave you with a smile on your face.
“In every species of fish I’ve angled for, it is the ones that have got away that thrill me the most, the ones that keep fresh in my memory. So I say it is good to lose fish. If we didn’t, much of the thrill of angling would be gone,” ~Ray Bergman.