Captain
Ralph Thoren

Member since June 2014

Key West, United States

Background
A fishing and scuba diving aficionado, Captain Ralph has over 15 years of professional chartering experience, operating both diving and liveaboard charter vessels throughout his career. He's been fishing from a very young age, and his dad was the one that hooked him on angling. Capt. Ralph has been fishing in Key West since 2001, and his favorite fish to catch are Mahi Mahi and Wahoo, as well as Yellowtail Tuna and Grouper. On his boat, it's important to have fun, catch fish, and make the most out of your day on the water.
Techniques
Having spent 7 years in the areas of Key West and Dry Tortugas, Ralph has gained strong working knowledge the area's top diving sites and fishing grounds.

Hey, I'm Captain Ralph Thoren

Key West, United States
Background
A fishing and scuba diving aficionado, Captain Ralph has over 15 years of professional chartering experience, operating both diving and liveaboard charter vessels throughout his career. He's been fishing from a very young age, and his dad was the one that hooked him on angling. Capt. Ralph has been fishing in Key West since 2001, and his favorite fish to catch are Mahi Mahi and Wahoo, as well as Yellowtail Tuna and Grouper. On his boat, it's important to have fun, catch fish, and make the most out of your day on the water.
Techniques
Having spent 7 years in the areas of Key West and Dry Tortugas, Ralph has gained strong working knowledge the area's top diving sites and fishing grounds.

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Fishing Reports

Grouper Season is Open

May 01, 2015

This group from South Florida enjoyed great bottom fishing for 2 days on opener weekend. Read Full Report →


Mixed group with a mixed catch

March 24, 2015

Just returned from a multi-day trip to the tortugas with a great bunch of guys out of South Dakota and Minnesota. These fellas scuba dive and fish. They shot a bunch of huge hogfish and caught wahoo, kingfish, mutton… Read Full Report →