See-Ya Fishing Charters operates out of Islamorada, right in the heart of the Florida Keys. Captain Robert welcomes you down to enjoy this angler’s paradise, fishing the spot reefs, wrecks, and open waters for a huge range of species.
Half day trips could see you hooked on anything from Mutton and Yellowtail Snapper to heavyweight gamefish like Tarpon and Kingfish. This is a chance to really fill the freezer while also enjoying one of the most beautiful places in the whole country.
Stay out longer, and you could be heading 30 miles offshore in search of big game pelagics like Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and Hammerhead Sharks. Captain Robert’s 27’ Conch is built and rigged to target these hard fighters, with outriggers, kites, and tournament-grade tackle from Daiwa, Shimano, and G-Loomis.
If you’re looking for food as well as fight, you can spend your day deep dropping for the many weird and wonderful creatures which lurk in the depths. Tilefish, Barrelfish, monster Amberjack, Snowy Grouper - these are some of the tastiest fish out there, and you could be heading home with a whole cooler full of fillets at the end of the day!
No matter what you do, you can trust in Captain Robert to get you on the fish of a lifetime. Born and raised in South Florida, he has spent his life fishing both commercially and recreationally. It’s what he loves doing, and nothing makes him happier than seeing you haul in huge fish with a smile on your face!
All See-Ya Sportfishing Charters trips come with tackle, bait, lures, and licenses, as well as bottled water and a cleaning and filleting service for all your catch. Just remember sunscreen, shades, a hat, and a cooler. If you’re heading offshore, you may want to consider taking some kind of seasickness medication, just in case.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Conch (Center console) originally built in 2004, and restored in 2017. Powered by a 350HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 45 knots.