Redfish Fishing Charters Florida Keys
Redfish fishing is an incredibly popular sport in Florida, and Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys is the perfect opportunity to head out for a day on the water in Islamorada. Captain Mike will take you to some of the very best spots to catch redfish, and also help with the best tips and advice to maximize your technique.
Captain Mike offers full Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys which means he takes care of everything for you. From the best spots to the right equipment, his fun and friendly charters guarantee to give you the very Best Charter in the Florida Keys, allowing you to focus solely on landing some great fish!
Captain Mike will have everything you need to catch fish. A cooler and ice are provided. Guests will need to bring water, lunch, beverages, and sunscreen. A hat and buff are recommended.
What are Redfish?
Similar to speckled trout or black drum, redfish are a highly popular choice for fishermen. They are typically much bigger and stronger than trout, which is part of the popularity of Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys.
These fish can grow up to 50” in size, and the current world record is a whopping redfish that weighed over 94 pounds! We typically see fish an average of 5-10 pounds with the occasional 20+ pounder.
Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys are an incredibly popular choice for anglers of all skill levels. These fish are renowned for their red colouring along their backs, although some do vary in shades. The redfish is easily identifiable, thanks to the black spots found on their tail.
Where Do You Find Redfish?
Captain Mike’s Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys will take you to the most popular spots out of the Florida Keys area for fishing, with an abundance of fish to catch during the peak season. Typically, these fish are found in the backcountry, and will often be found in similar locations as snook and black drum.
Captain Mike’s Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys usually begin in the early summer, although when the weather heats up, redfish often slow down and become inactive, so the early morning is often the best time to catch them. Fall is when redfish fishing comes alive. During this time, the fish are beginning to fatten up for the winter, and many anglers call it ‘Red October’.
Contact the #1 Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys
If you are thinking of heading out on the water in Florida Keys with your friends or family, then Redfish Fishing Charters in the Florida Keys is a perfect choice. Captain Mike will be able to take you to some of the best spots for Redfish fishing in the Florida Keys – so get in touch to find out more!