Kekoa Charters operates out of the sportfishing paradise of Islamorada, right in the heart of the Florida Keys. They offer a range of trips, targeting the A-list cast of table and sportfish that call the area home. Whether you’re after delicious food fare or hard-fighting game species, you won’t be disappointed fishing with these guys!
Spend your day aboard a 27’ WorldCat catamaran. The boat is rock-steady both on the move and anchored up thanks to her twin-hull design. She has a covered top to keep Sunshine State’s tropical heat at bay, and a head for extra convenience on longer trips.
Kekoa Charters offers trips ranging from four to eight hours, either hitting the reefs or heading offshore in search of big pelagic fish. Reef & wreck trips will bring in a huge range of Snappers, from Yellowtail to Yelloweye and from Red to Vermillion. You can also find bigger game like Goliath Grouper and Greater Amberjack if you really want a workout.
Fancy taking on the ocean’s top predators? Head offshore to battle Marlin, Tuna, Sailfish, and more! On these trips, you can troll the topwaters or try deep dropping with electric reels for fish more than 400’ below. No matter the depth, these are some real monsters you’ll be taking on!
All trips come with tackle, bait, lures, and licenses. There is a first mate onboard who will work himself to the bone to get you on the fish and will even clean and fillet your fish at the end of the trip (15-20% gratuity greatly appreciated).
The fishing is always good in the Keys, so pack your sunscreen, sunglasses, cooler, and camera, and climb aboard for a trip you will never forget!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
WorldCat (Catamaran) originally built in 2006, and restored in 2016. Powered by 2 150HP Yamaha engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 26 knots.
Types of Fishing
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Islamorada Fishing Calendar
The reef and offshore bite is incredible right now! The reefs are getting a late run of Mutton and Yellowtail snappers. On the offshore wrecks and humps there is a reliable bite of tuna and sporadic dolphin showings. Read Full Report →