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trip description for 3/4 Day Trip in Islamorada

6 Hour 3/4 day trip for up to 6 people departs at 0630. You will be going out on a spacious 44' Express Marlago Jefferson Yacht. Twin 450 HP 3208 Caterpillar engines. Vessel is equipped with all the electronics needed. GPS, Sonar, Radar, VHF and more. You will be using top of the line tackle, rods and reels, Vessel is equipped with fighting chair, 2 large live wells, Outriggers, Center rigger, Downrigger and many other specific tools that we use to target all the different species that roam these Florida Keys waters. Summertime we may start on the reef then work offshore or we may run straight offshore. Depends what is happening each day. We will generally start by catching some live bait then either stop at the reef to target some snapper, Grouper etc or we may head straight offshore and target Blackfin Tuna, Mahi, Wahoo and many other species depending on the action each day. Wintertime we may stay close to the reef but target species such as Sailfish, Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna King Mackerel, and again can target the many Snapper species that thrive here. All you need to bring is whatever you would like to eat and drink and we have everything else ready for you to come aboard and enjoy a great day and create some unforgettable memories Please remember to thank your mate with a 20% tip. Read More

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trip description for Best Day Ever Fishing in Islamorada in Islamorada

Captain Pete and his team live and breathe to fish the stunning waters of Islamorada. These waters are known for Dolphin(Mahi Mahi), Cero Mackerel, Cobia, Black Grouper, Red Grouper, King Mackerel (Kingfish), Mangrove Snapper, Mutton Snapper, Yellowtail Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Tripletail, Wahoo, and more – with any luck, it won't be long before "Fish on!" On these trips, you can expect to troll and bottom fish. Thinking of bringing the whole family? Kids are absolutely welcome! Children must wear life vests, so find out if the appropriate size is available on board. And, you can't go wrong with snacks so that nobody gets cranky on an empty belly! Your vessel for the day is a 37' Express cruiser with space for 6 passengers. It has and all the essentials. There's a toilet on board for your convenience. You'll find rods, reels, and tackle waiting for you, along with lures. Live bait is on offer, but you should ask the captain whether you'll be catching it yourself. There's no need to buy a fishing license, just show up ready for some fishing! Some fish have special regulations, including when you can keep them. If you don't know what to expect, ask the captain. Some essentials to bring are sunscreen (non-spray), sunglasses, and bottled water. Drinks are included, free of charge. Alcohol is allowed in moderation, just be sure to avoid hard liquor as well as glass bottles. Now's the time to experience fishing in Islamorada for yourself, so book it with Captain Pete and his team! Captain Pete also has a smaller 23' Nautic Star they use for groups of 2 or less. Depending on whether conditions, Captain Pete will offer it as an option for your group after you book to see if you’d prefer it. Fishing from a bay boat offers faster travel time before fishing spots and more mobility (shallower draft) to get to reefs that the bigger boat can’t get to. For groups of 2 you can overall just pack more into your day on the Nautic Star but its always up to you! Read More

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Join Captain Tony on this incredible offshore sportfishing trip here in Islamorada, Florida! Islamorada is known worldwide as a Mecca for sportfishing, and there's no better guide to the rich waters here than Captain Tony. On board his sleek and comfortable 32' SeaVee center console, you'll have a perfect opportunity to chase a variety of classic sportfish, including Blackfin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, and Wahoo towards the top of the water column, plus a bunch of Grouper and Snapper species that lurk down in the reefs and rocks. Whatever fish you want to go after or method you want to try, just let Captain Tony know, and he'll get you properly set up for success! He also has tons of expert pointers to improve your fish-fighting skills and put you in the best possible position to catch a new personal best. Captain Tony will also switch gears in order to give you a superior experience, whether that means switching to bottomfishing midway through, or letting out trolling lines, drift fishing, or otherwise. Captain Tony's 32' SeaVee is a beautiful boat, and sports twin 300-HP Yamaha engines and a Seakeeper system that prevents boat roll and seasickness! As a center console vessel, you'll be able to fish 360º around the boat, making it perfect for groups of up to six people. Plus, she features recently-updated electronics, side-scanning sonar, radar, multiple live wells, and an oversized box for your big fish. Captain Tony will provide all rods, reels and tackle. All you need to bring are good vibes and whatever you care to eat and drink. Enjoy your day out on the water! Read More

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4 Hour 1/2 day trip for up to 6 people departs at 0630. You will be going out on a spacious 44' Express Marlago Jefferson Yacht. Twin 450 HP 3208 Caterpillar engines. Vessel is equipped with all the electronics needed. GPS, Sonar, Radar, VHF and more. You will be using top of the line tackle, rods and reels, Vessel is equipped with fighting chair, 2 large live wells, Outriggers, Center rigger, Downrigger and many other specific tools that we use to target all the different species that roam these Florida Keys waters. Summertime - we will generally fish on the reef for various Snappers such as Yellowtail, Mutton, Mangrove and some others. More than often we will take some time to troll and target Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna, Mahi and a few others when they are close enough to go after in the allotted time. Wintertime - we again stay close to the reef but target species such as Sailfish, Wahoo, Blackfin Tuna King Mackerel, and again can target the many Snapper species that thrive here. All you need to bring is whatever you would like to eat and drink and we have everything else ready for you to come aboard and enjoy a great day and create some unforgettable memories Please remember to thank your mate with a 20% tip. Read More

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trip description for Keys Offshore Fishing Adventure in Islamorada

If you've been looking to do more than just sunbathe in Tavernier, FL, then this trip has your name on it! Get out on the crystal-clear waters of the Florida Keys and bag some absolutely delicious fish with Captain Chris, an experienced angler, great captain, and professional chef! Catch and cook trips available upon request . On this trip, you'll be going after pelagic species such as Mahi, black fin tuna , king fish , and wahoo, all delicious eating fish! You'll be fishing from Captain Chris' 26' TwinVee catamaran—a fast, comfortable, and extremely stable boat that's great for this area. She's packing twin Suzuki engines with a combined 300 horsepower, so you'll get off the dock in no time. The boat also features a 50-gallon livewell for bait, a hardtop to keep you out of the sun, and a freshwater rinse if you decide to take a swim! Captain Chris will bring everything else you need for a blue-ribbon day, including rods, reels, bait, and tackle. All you need is sunscreen, a hat, and a pair of polarized sunglasses. Read More

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Islamorada, located in the heart of the Florida Keys, is a year-round fishing hotspot that offers exceptional fishing experiences no matter the time of year. On this trip, you'll head out with Captain Tony to catch all kinds of nearshore reef species. This trip welcomes anglers of all ages and skill levels, with a family-friendly atmosphere that's great for first-timers! Once you go aboard Captain Tony's 36' catamaran, you'll head to the reefs and wrecks to chase down some fish! Offshore pelagic spearfishing is the apex of hunting in the Florida Keys! Islamorada is blessed with a changing year-round fishery. Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, and Tuna are only a few of the many species you can target. These charters are for experienced hunters looking for the fish of a lifetime! Bluewater spearfishing equipment and a professional in-water guide is included. Pelagic fish can be difficult to hunt, they are always on the move and it takes years of experience to find them. Each day presents new challenges and opportunities, this is part of the thrill when hunting these fish. Bluewater spearfishing is our specialty, this is what we live for! Nothing beats the feeling of seeing you land your first Wahoo or your largest Mahi Mahi! Don't worry about a thing when you're out on the water—Captain Tony has got you covered. All you need to bring are your favorite snacks and drinks, and maybe a sandwich from the Trading Post! Captain Tony will take care of the rest. Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking an Islamorada blackfin tuna fishing charter

What are the best blackfin tuna fishing charters in Islamorada?

Why should I book a blackfin tuna fishing charter in Islamorada with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 42 blackfin tuna trips in Islamorada, and the most popular trips in the area are Offshore Thrills guided by Paul, Deep Water Adventure guided by Conan, and Offshore Islamorada Trip guided by Frank.

Our guides in Islamorada are rated a 4.87 out of 5 based on 2880 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly blackfin tuna guides / fishing lessons in Islamorada? Check out our beginner and family friendly blackfin tuna guides in Islamorada.

What types of blackfin tuna fishing charters are common in Islamorada?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for blackfin tuna in Islamorada as well as nearshore fishing and inshore fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Islamorada are trolling, bottom fishing, and live bait fishing but artificial lure fishing and heavy tackle fishing are popular as well.

How much do Islamorada blackfin tuna fishing charters cost?

for blackfin tuna in Islamorada prices can range anywhere from about $900 to $1,898, but the average price for a half day trip for blackfin tuna in Islamorada is $1,017. The average price for a full day trip for blackfin tuna in Islamorada is $1,529.

What month is best for blackfin tuna fishing in Islamorada?

The most popular season for blackfin tuna fishing in Islamorada is spring, and most anglers book their trips 40 days in advance.

Do I need a Islamorada fishing license for blackfin tuna and what are the bag limits for blackfin tuna in Islamorada?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Islamorada, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Islamorada. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Islamorada.

What is blackfin tuna fishing in Islamorada all about?

In Isla Morada, blackfin tuna are a highly sought-after species among anglers for their impressive fighting abilities and delicious taste. These sleek and powerful fish are known for their distinctive black dorsal fins and deep blue-black coloration along their backs. Blackfin tuna can be found in the waters of Isla Morada year-round, making them a consistent target for anglers looking to reel in some exciting catches. While they are smaller in size compared to their larger cousins, yellowfin and bluefin tuna, blackfin tuna still provide a thrilling challenge for anglers of all skill levels.

One of the best times to target blackfin tuna in Isla Morada is during the spring and fall months, when these fish are known to migrate through the area in search of prey. During these seasons, blackfin tuna can be found feeding voraciously on schools of baitfish, making them more accessible to anglers. Anglers often target blackfin tuna around offshore structures such as wrecks, reefs, and oil rigs, where these fish congregate to feed. Trolling with artificial lures, such as feathers, squid rigs, and diving plugs, is a popular technique for enticing strikes from blackfin tuna in Isla Morada.

In addition to trolling, live bait fishing is also an effective method for targeting blackfin tuna in Isla Morada. Anglers often use live baits such as pilchards, herring, and ballyhoo to entice strikes from these fish. Drifting with live baits or slow trolling them behind the boat can help anglers cover more ground and increase their chances of hooking into a blackfin tuna. Once hooked, blackfin tuna are known for their acrobatic leaps and powerful runs, providing anglers with an exhilarating fight that tests both their skill and equipment. With its abundance of offshore structures and productive fishing grounds, Isla Morada offers excellent opportunities for anglers to target blackfin tuna and experience the thrill of big-game fishing in the Florida Keys.

What are the most popular months to fish for blackfin tuna fishing in Isla Morada?

In Isla Morada, blackfin tuna can be found in the waters year-round, offering anglers ample opportunities to target this prized species. However, there are certain seasons when blackfin tuna are more abundant and actively feeding, making them easier to catch. One of the peak seasons for blackfin tuna in Isla Morada occurs during the spring months, particularly from March to May. During this time, blackfin tuna migrate closer to shore in search of warmer waters and abundant prey, providing anglers with excellent fishing opportunities.

Another notable season for blackfin tuna in Isla Morada is the fall season, typically from September to November. As the summer temperatures begin to cool and baitfish become more plentiful, blackfin tuna migrate back towards the coast, offering anglers another chance to target these fast and powerful fish. During the fall season, blackfin tuna can often be found feeding aggressively near offshore structures, such as wrecks, reefs, and oil rigs, making them more accessible to anglers.

While blackfin tuna can be caught year-round in Isla Morada, the spring and fall seasons are generally considered the best times to target this species due to their increased abundance and feeding activity. However, blackfin tuna fishing can still be productive during other times of the year, particularly during mild winters and periods of stable weather. Anglers targeting blackfin tuna in Isla Morada can use a variety of techniques, including trolling with lures and bait, live bait fishing, and jigging, to entice strikes from these powerful and fast-swimming fish.

What techniques are popular for catching blackfin tuna in Islamorada?

Blackfin tuna fishing in Isla Morada requires anglers to employ various techniques to maximize their chances of success. One popular technique for targeting blackfin tuna is trolling, which involves dragging lures or baits behind a moving boat to entice strikes from feeding fish. Anglers often use skirted trolling lures, such as cedar plugs, feathers, or diving plugs, to mimic the movement of small baitfish. Trolling at different depths and varying speeds can help anglers locate schools of blackfin tuna, which are often found feeding near offshore structures, such as reefs, wrecks, and oil rigs.

Another effective technique for catching blackfin tuna in Isla Morada is live bait fishing. Anglers commonly use live baitfish, such as pilchards, herring, or sardines, to entice strikes from blackfin tuna. Live bait can be fished using various methods, including free-lining, drifting, or slow-trolling, depending on the conditions and the behavior of the fish. Using live bait allows anglers to present a natural and enticing offering to blackfin tuna, increasing their chances of getting a bite.

Jigging is also a popular technique for targeting blackfin tuna in Isla Morada, particularly when the fish are holding deep or when they are not actively feeding on the surface. Anglers use heavy metal jigs, often tipped with strips of bait or squid, to mimic the movement of injured or fleeing baitfish. Vertical jigging allows anglers to reach depths where blackfin tuna may be holding and entice strikes with rapid, erratic movements. This technique requires precision and finesse, as anglers must adjust the jig's depth and retrieve speed to match the behavior of the fish and the conditions of the water. Overall, employing a combination of trolling, live bait fishing, and jigging techniques can help anglers increase their chances of hooking into blackfin tuna during their fishing excursions in Isla Morada.

What other species are popular in Islamorada?

In addition to blackfin tuna, Isla Morada offers anglers a diverse range of species to target, providing for exciting fishing opportunities throughout the year. One notable species often pursued by anglers in the area is the mahi-mahi, also known as dolphin fish or dorado. Mahi-mahi are commonly found in offshore waters, particularly around floating debris, weed lines, and offshore structures. Anglers can target mahi-mahi using a variety of techniques, including trolling with lures, live bait fishing, and casting surface lures, with peak seasons typically occurring in the spring and summer months.

Another popular species to catch in Isla Morada is the sailfish, known for its impressive speed and acrobatic leaps when hooked. Isla Morada is renowned for its excellent sailfish fishing opportunities, particularly during the winter months when these majestic fish migrate through the area in large numbers. Anglers can target sailfish using live bait, such as ballyhoo or pilchards, as well as trolling with lures or teasers. Sight-fishing for sailfish, where anglers spot fish cruising near the surface and cast to them, is also a thrilling technique favored by many.

For anglers seeking a challenging fight, the amberjack is another species commonly targeted in the waters off Isla Morada. These powerful fish are known for their strength and stamina, putting up a spirited battle when hooked. Amberjack are often found near wrecks, reefs, and other offshore structures, where they feed on baitfish and crustaceans. Anglers can use a variety of techniques to target amberjack, including vertical jigging, live bait fishing, and bottom fishing with heavy tackle. The amberjack season in Isla Morada typically runs from spring through fall, offering anglers ample opportunities to test their skills against these formidable fish.

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  • ★★★★★
    Great guide, nice boat, he kept on top of all fishing activities to insure a good experience.

    Allan S. with Bill M. of Key Largo, Florida

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    Pete and Kristy were absolutely awesome! We had an excellent time with the Louisiana/Texas combo ;) Captain Pete was patient about explaining the estuary of the Keys and species. We caught 6 different species and 3 sharks! Great time- see ya’ll next year🦈🎣😃

    Andrew W. with Pete R. of Islamorada, Florida

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    Pete and Kristy were absolutely awesome! We had an excellent time with the Louisiana/Texas combo ;) Captain Pete was patient about explaining the estuary of the Keys and species. We caught 6 different species and 3 sharks! Great time- see ya’ll next year🦈🎣😃

    Andrew W. with Pete R. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Our team of 6 went inshore fishing and got plenty of mangrove snappers! The captain Chris was very informative and friendly. He took us to different spots to catch fish and get a nice breezy ride with amazing scenery of Florida keys.

    Iryna B. with Chris P. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had an amazing time on a tough fishing day, would definitely book again when I am in the area. Andrew is great with the kids, and super patient with the beginners. He did everything he could to put us on fish. He also pointed out the abundance of wildlife, including sea turtles, hammerhead sharks, and a manatee. Everything we could hope for with my son's first saltwater fishing adventure.

    William S. with Andrew A. of Key Largo, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We booked a 3/4 day after speaking with the captain the (plan) was made to shoot out deep and if we were not hitting them we would come in on the 3/4 day booking rather than a full day. Captain troy and his first mate worked as hard as I have ever seen to get fish on the boat. Not sure but at one time I think he had a deep running plug in one marlin plug and 4 top water trolling plugs so it looked like they were shooting for many different depths. We finally got into the mahi-mahi it was on. The first mate and captain maneuvered through 4 men as quick as humanly possible pulling fish off the lines and baiting hooks and handing them back. The only true way to explain it would be controlled chaos. These guys are GREAT at what they do and both the first mate and the captain seem to be fantastic people in there own right. So if your looking for a hard working boat stop here at Miller Time....

    Vance T. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great fishing. Captain Paul delivered and put us on plenty of Mahi-Mahi. 5 star experience.

    Gary A. with Paul J. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a rough weather day but Capt Joe Joe put us on a lot of Mahi off shore and Yellowtail closer in. Outstanding day for our group and great boat handling skills from our captain and first mate. Will definitely book with them again.

    Arthur D. with Joel B. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Very good inshore trip - caught plenty of fish and numerous species. Planning to book again next year,

    David S. with Joel B. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a terrific day with Pete!

    Kipp H. with Pete R. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    What an amazing day of fishing and boating. Captain Pete and his mate Christy were great with my three boys. They really made the experience "The Best Day Ever!"

    Roy G. with Pete R. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    I have been fishing the keys for 10 years but learned a ton fishing with Captain Troy and first mate James. We caught a 2 man limit of nice sized yellow tail in 1.5 h. Very friendly folks made for a great day ! Highly recommend!

    Thomas J. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a blast fishing with Captain Troy and his crew! They did everything possible to provide us an exciting adventure during our vacation. We caught a variety of fish and enjoyed grilling them up that evening. We highly recommend Captain Troy for your Florida Keys fishing adventure.

    Patrick G. with Troy W. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Great charter. Awesome Captain and First Mate

    Robert P. with Joel B. of Marathon, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Tony was top notch! He communicated well prior to the trip, was ready to go when we arrived, got us on some great fish, and was just a good guy and fun to go fishing with.

    Jc F. with Tony Y. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Tony and Scotty were very courteous and did their best to get us into fish. Weather was not in our favor as it was cold and water temp was cold. Landed a 6 foot sail fish, some Atlantic spades and a rainbow racer! Great day on the water!!

    Kimberly E. with Tony Y. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time! Captain Paul was great and John worked his butt off to get is on fish. Highly recommend.

    Mike H. with Paul J. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    I went on my 1st trip out of Islemorada with my son. The action was unbelievable! Capt Paul and his mate John put us on the fish early and often. It was our best fishing trip ever! It definitely won’t be our last. Thanks again Capt. Paul!

    Joe H. with Paul J. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    An excellent day on the beautiful keys water. Started with overcast but the sun did come out as well as the fish. All three of us had a wonderful time thanks to Captain Pete and Christy. They were kind, helpful and great fun to be around. We would definitely come back and go with Captain Pete again! Thank you for a wonderful day!

    Kelly P. with Pete R. of Islamorada, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time. I will definatly go again with capt. Pete next time I'm here

    Jason J. with Pete R. of Islamorada, Florida

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