Marathon - Duck Key - Fl K
|Sportsman Classification: Avid|
|Fisherman, 26 years|
See our Facebook page for more info.
TARPON – (Megalops atlanticus)
(Better known as Buttkickus Fishus)
The Silver King is truly the most sought after game fish in the Florida
Keys. Their spectacular leaps, strong runs and incredible endurance
will test your angling skills. Tarpon are found in Keys waters year
round, but the main migration show up around the bridges and inshore
channels in early MARCH to JUNE. The average tarpon is 100 pounds
but in past years, we have caught 7 ft. fish weighing over 200 lbs. on
20 pound spinning gear. The time spent fighting a tarpon will range
from 30 minutes to over 2 hours. This is why I call them (Buttkickus
Tarpon fishing is the best chance for a novice angler to catch a large
fish. In the past year, numerous Junior Anglers have caught Tarpon
over 100 lbs.with Capt. Lee. Live bait trips in the afternoon offer
anglers the best chance to do battle with Large Silver Kings and enjoy
a fabulous Florida Keys Sun Set.
TARPON CHARTERS are very popular and Book Up Fast. To reserve
your date, call or E-mail us ASAP 305-289-0039.
Tarpon – Light Tackle – Live Bait – Catch and Release Only, Morning or Afternoon.
4 ½ hr. Tide Tarpon Trip is $500.00 The Boat will accommodate 4 to 5 people. Ask about Multi-Day Discounts. $100.00 deposit is required.
Offshore fishing in the blue waters of the Gulfstream is an excellent
way to enjoy your day on the water. Trolling for Dolphin, Wahoo,
Tuna, Sailfish and Marlin. Experienced Angler or not, a large Bull
Dolphin is always a challenge with its acrobatic leaps and runs. On
light tackle, it’s even more fun.
When you fish on First Love, Capt Lee will do everything possible to
make your day memorable. Our customers come back to fish with us
again and again.
REEF OCEAN OR GULF SIDE
Fishing out of Duck Key MM 61. - provides Anglers with great
fishing for Big Yellowtail, Mangrove, and Mutton Snappers, along with
Grouper, Permit, Mackerel, Cobia, barracuda, Amberjack, African
Pompano, and Shark.