FLORIDA KEYS FISHING MARINAS 


Florida Keys Fishing Marinas

GARDEN COVE FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-452-4696 21 Garden Cove Dr. Key Largo , FL 33037

KEY LARGO HARBOR FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-451-0045 100 Ocean Drive Key Largo , FL 33037

LITTLE BLACK WATER SOUND

BOAT RAMP 18 Mile Stretch, MM 111 Key Largo , FL 33037

MOLASSES REEF MARINA

Phone: 305-451-9411 1550 Ocean Bay Drive Key Largo , FL 33037

PELICAN CAY HARBOR FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-451-2128 299 Morris Lane Key Largo , FL 33037

TAVERNIER CREEK FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-852-5854 MM 90.8, Bayside Tavernier , FL 33070

WHALE HARBOR FISHING MARINA

Phone: (305) 664-4511 Mile Marker 83.5, Oceanside Overseas Highway Islamorada , FL 33036

Caloosa Cove FISHING Marina

Phone: (305) 664-4455 Mile Marker 73.5, Oceanside Overseas Highway Islamorada , FL 33036

Coral Bay Marina

Phone: (305) 664-3111 601 Mastic Street Mile Marker 81.5, Overseas Highway, Bayside Islamorada , FL 33036

SHELTER BAY MARINA & STORAGE

Phone: 305-743-7008 77 Coco Plum Dr. Marathon , FL 33050

SOMBRERO FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-743-0000 35 Sombrero Blvd. Marathon , FL 33050

TARPON CREEK FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-289-0303 13205 Overseas Highway Marathon , FL 33050

CONCH HARBOR FISHING MARINA

Phone: 305-294-2933 951 Caroline Street Key West , FL 33040

GARRISON BIGHT MARINA

Phone: 305-294-3093 711 Eisenhower Drive Key West , FL 33040

KEY WEST YACHT CLUB MARINA

Phone: 305-296-3446 2315 N. Roosevelt Blvd. Key West , FL 33040

OCEANSIDE MARINA

Phone: 305-294-4676 5950 Peninsula Ave. Key West , FL 33040

FLORIDA KEYS HELPFUL LINKS

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Florida Keys Fishing Charter Fishing Tips

Who's going? Is everyone fishing? Find out who in your party is ready for the trip and get a head count. Is everyone fishing or are some just tagging along to get some sun or to watch other bring in the big one. This will be an important question to ask prior to booking the Florida Keys Fishing Charter.

Note: a Keys Fishing Charter runs from 4 to 8 hours on the open Water so for those who have difficulty with the motion. Get some motion sickness medicine before heading out.

What's your Budget? Great everyone is coming! Now we need to prepare for what we are willing to spend. A lot will depend on the type of fishing you plan on doing. Florida Keys Fishing Guides (fish inland and coastal Waterways) can take out one to four people and prices can range from $550 to $750 per day per trip. Offshore Florida Keys Fishing Charters will let you rent the Boat with a full-crew for a half day or full day with prices ranging from $550 to $2200 per day per trip for up to six people at a time. Now the least expense  Florida Keys Charter Fishing adventure is in way of what they call a "Head Boat" or a Deep Sea Fishing Boat head off-shore due to there size; can take out 20 to 60 people at a time and charge $30 to $80 per person. 

A Florida Keys Fishing Guide will be the one to take you out on inland and coastal Waterways including backcountry fishing. The advantage a Guide has is there is only 2 or 4 people on the Boat, less rocking motion on the Water then off-shore or large bays and there is more to see and explore. An Offshore Fishing Captain would be the one to take you out off-shore in the deep blue ocean. The advantage a Charter Rental has is more people with bait in the Water the more opportunity to catch fish, catch larger fish including sharks, off-shore Boats are larger with typically a head (toilet), beverage bar/snacks and you’ll usually catch a quantity of fish not always quality. Which do you prefer? Go with the one that is right for you. Once you find a Guide or Charter ask some questions... . Is there any cost for someone who isn't fishing but wants to ride along? Are you kid friendly? Is the boat in compliance with Coast Guard and state safety regulations? In the event of bad weather, is the deposit (if any) refundable? Is a fishing license required? Is a head (bathroom) on-board? Do you have or sell beverages on-board? Are cooler allowed with your own food and drink? Is it catch and release or can we keep a legal catch? Can you fillet the catch and if so is there a fee? Can I bring my own fishing tackle? Quantity or Quality? Inform them of your preference. Once you write down these responses it up to you on whether a Guide or Charter is right for you. If you don't feel comfortable with their responses, keep searching for another Guide or Charter. Book it! Congratulations you found the right Charter, now let's guarantee the date and time. But before you cut the check and make the commitment find out about the deposit and cancellation policy. How much deposit is required to hold the Boat and if you need to cancel or change your date what is the latest you can do this without forfeiting your deposit? Note: most Charters don't accept credit cards; only cash and some will take a personal check. Ask before showing up at the dock with your plastic; this could be your shortest fishing trip ever! What to Bring with you... Charter Boats and Guides will bring the basics such as fishing equipment, tackle, ice and bait and even some will provide food and beverages (check this out before packing for the day) so here are essentials you can be without: Sunscreen is a must - even under shade the glare from the Water can burn you. Camera - you must record the big one! And of course the great experience you have. Weather appropriate outerwear - check the weather forecast before heading out. Sunglasses & hat or visor - this will help with the glare; try polarized glasses this allows you too see just below the surface. Food - plenty of snacks and a big lunch to keep the energy up. Cooler - bring Water but really at the end of the day you need something to bring your catch home. And just in case - motion sickness medication. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes (sneakers or croc's are fine) Catch & Release or can you bring Fish home? This is entirely up to you. Are you in it for the sport or are you looking for dinner? Whichever you decided the Charter Crew or Guide will provide instructions on how to release the fish properly for its safe return to the depths or to ensure you're catching the legal size and limit (amount) of the type of fish your hauling in.

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The Florida Keys are a cluster of about 1700 islands in the southeast United States. They begin at the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula, about 15 miles south of Miami, and extend in a gentle arc south-southwest and then westward to Key West, the western most of the inhabited islands, and on to the uninhabited Dry Tortugas. The islands lie along the Florida Straits, dividing the Atlantic Ocean to the east from the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and defining one edge of Florida Bay. The abundance of water and water access makes the Florida Keys a main destination for Fishing, Diving and water activities.

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