There has been some steady action offshore lately in Key West, with a lot of small dolphin around and some bigger fish mixed in. Yesterday we picked through schoolies and kept 15. We also caught one out of two sailfish, and saw a small marlin chasing bait right next to the boat. Seas have been calm and there was plenty of weed patches and lines to work. All in all a great day! If you're looking to get out, I can be reached at 305-923-6977. Thanks, Capt. Taylor Williams
On Wednesday afternoon I did a quick half day of fishing offshore. We ran out to around 700ft where we saw some frigates working, and started catching dophin. We managed to catch around a dozen keeper fish in the 5-15 pound range and let the rest go. There was a nice weedline full of structure holding lots of fish. Whenever we got close to a crate, rope ball, or piece of plastic in the line, all of our baits would get attacked by either dolphin or various small jacks. It was a little breezy out there making the seas in the 3-5ft range. All in all a nice half day.