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Fly fishing in the Florida Keys

Fishing Key West and the Lower Keys

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Fly Fishing the Florida Keys and Key West

3 days of fly fishing the Florida Keys for Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit with Jay Robertson and Capt. Justin Rea. For more info on fly fishing the keys, check out Sting Rea Charters.

Fly Fishing in the Florida Keys has been a “right of passage” for all saltwater fly fisherman. Big fish, smart fish, world record fish, and sometimes elusive fish, are all parts of a true and realistic description of what we offer here in Islamorada. “The Florida Keys and Everglades National Park, may not be the best or easiest saltwater fly fishing destination for any one particular species. However, it is the only saltwater fly fishing destination that can offer a chance at all of the well known Inshore species, such as Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit, Redfish, Snook, Spotted Seatrout and Sharks, all in the same day” Capt. Mark Johnson.

Fly Fishing the Florida Keys 2008

Fly Fishing the Florida Keys | Labor Day 2009

After a mild winter (which, let’s be honest, is winters in the Sunshine State), the Florida Keys become a hub for many prime fly fishing species, including tarpon and bonefish. Most of them won’t stick around for long, but if you need a spring break getaway in February or March, there’s a chance that your trip will coincide with the best fly fishing that the Florida Keys ever have to offer.

Fly Fishing in the Florida Keys has been a “right of passage” for all saltwater fly fisherman. Big fish, smart fish, world record fish, and sometimes elusive fish, are all parts of a true and realistic description of what we offer here in Islamorada. “The Florida Keys and Everglades National Park, may not be the best or easiest saltwater fly fishing destination for any one particular species. However, it is the only saltwater fly fishing destination that can offer a chance at all of the well known Inshore species, such as Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit, Redfish, Snook, Spotted Seatrout and Sharks, all in the same day” Capt. Mark Johnson.