Depending on the time of year that you want to tour, Key West offshore fishing can offer catches of tuna, sailfish, Marlin, and even dolphin. Of course, these are just a few of the things that you could end up catching as you sail through the crystal blue waters of Key West.
You might end up trolling lures or using dead bait to catch your fish or you might opt for drift fishing and use live bait. The helpful and knowledgeable captain, Captain Pat, will be able to inform you of the best method for fishing based on the time of year of your excursion and the species you are trying to catch.
The deep waters of the offshore are just a short jaunt from the Key West Harbor. On occasion, the Captain will begin fishing for pelagic species a mere six miles south of Key West. This places you in 120 feet water depths. Of course, you might head south another 12 miles, which would put you in the infamous Woods Wall.
Woods Wall offers a steep decline to place you in waters of 800 to 1800 feet. This area is perfect for finding blue and white marlin, mahi-mahi, tuna, king mackerel, and other species of fish that are often located past the 120 feet mark off of Key West.