Author: Flying Fish Charters
Fall Key West Fishing Report
Fall fishing is in full swing around Key West. As the temperature drops, the fishing can change for the better. The offshore bite has really picked up over the past week or so. The tuna bite around the wrecks offshore has been fantastic. They have been eating live baits really well, but if your having trouble finding baits, they have also been eating vertical jigs.
The sailfish have begun to show up in the lower keys and with more cold fronts coming next week, the bite may be getting better. I prefer to use live baits for sailfish, whether it is ballyhoo, goggle eyes or pilchards, they all can work great. Depending on the size of the bait, you can drift them, slow troll them or fly them out on kites. While fishing wrecks on the Gulf or Atlantic side, keep a bait out for cobia. They will eat any kind of live bait and they can be on the surface next to the boat or they can be all the way on the bottom.
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