Key Largo Fishing Report: Mid September
September 16, 2022 Key Largo 8 photos
Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
King Mackerel (Kingfish)
Seas 2 Trees Outdoors fishing onboard the 36’ Yellowfin “Ace of Spades” in the last couple of weeks has been eventful in Key Largo. With the weather cooperating, calm seas have afforded most of us to run offshore to target swordfish, blackfin tunas, and Mahi-mahi. We are still getting many Mahi Mahi biting in between 600-1,000 feet of water. It used to be that Mahi Mahi season peaked in Spring / Summer months but as of recently, the larger Mahi have been biting great into September. Now that the full moon is waning there have been an ideal scene for inshore fishing, reef, wreck, and Cubera Snapper fishing at night. The Yellowtail / Mangrove snapper bite has been consistent on the reefs between 45- 90 feet of water as long as the current is flowing. The smaller football Blackfin tuna are also showing up in **hidden content**' of water following the early fall bait run that has appeared with ballyhoo, finger mullets, and pilchards, thick on the outer reefs with plenty of hungry pelagics on the prowl! They all can be caught drift fishing live bait or trolling small feathers rigs. If you’re looking to get out on the water for a great time fishing or just need information / tips, please feel free to book or contact me or any of our great charter captains located here in the Florida Keys. We are all willing to help & truly love to share our knowledge of this amazing Keys fishery. Until the next fishing report, tight lines & bent rods! Captain Maurice Young Seas 2 Trees Outdoors Ace of Spades ♠️
Seas 2 Trees Outdoors offers you an action-packed luxurious fishing adventure out of Key Largo, Florida. Together with Captain Maurice Young, you’ll explore the best nearshore and offshore spots in the area as well as its reef and wrecks known for t...
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