Whatever type of fishing you’re into, Key West has it – and more! Be it Tarpon in the backcountry, hitting the reefs for Snappers, or even offshore fishing for bigger species, you’ve come to the right place. At 24/7 Sportfishing, you can take advantage of it all. Under the guidance of Captain Neil Renouf, you can visit as much or as little as you want. Running fishing trips since 1998, he’s fished all kinds of waters and knows all the tricks to give you the edge.
Head out to sea aboard a 21’ Polar bay boat. Adept at fishing all kinds of water, she’s powered by a 250 HP Yamaha OX66 motor. This light vessel doesn’t need much to get going, so hold on tight as you reach speeds of up to 32 knots. Thanks to the onboard fishfinder, GPS, and VHF radio, you’ll hit the sweetest spots and get fishing instantly. With a livewell on board to keep your bait, and an ice box to keep your fish fresh, settle in for a productive day.
In the backcountry, go after the tough-fighting Tarpon, and its close relative, Snook. These stunning creatures will leap out of the water and you’ll face an incredible battle to get them on the boat. You won’t be disappointed on the reefs, either. Try bottom fishing with live bait for delicious Snappers, Groupers, and even more, before heading offshore. Here, you’ll find bigger fish, and tasty species such as Mahi Mahi, and many more.
You’re in for a treat, wherever you decide to go. You can even make a combo on a full-day trip! Inshore trips have the option of fishing from a kayak, too. There’s something for everyone on board, so bring the whole family along to join in the fun. Capt. Neil is always happy to lend a helping hand, so the kids can learn from the best. Just bring along some sunscreen, some snacks, and a camera to capture an unforgettable day aboard 24/7 Sportfishing.
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Polar (Bay boat) originally built in 2002. Powered by a 200HP Yamaha OXX66 engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 32 knots.
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About the Captain
Member since December 2018