Dolphin, Dolphin Everywhere – Join us on a Key Largo Fishing Charter!

Summer is here and so are the Dolphin (mahi-mahi)!  Along with summer comes beautiful sunny days with calm seas, which makes for perfect dolphin conditions.  These ideal weather conditions also allows for a wide variety of fishing in Key Largo.  From trolling offshore, to reef and wreck fishing and even night fishing this is the best time of the year to book a fishing charter trip.  All three of our fishing charter boats have been bringing back happy customers and coolers full of fish.

So, let’s get back to the Dolphin that seem to be all over the offshore waters of Key Largo.  As you can see by these pictures, every offshore fishing charter is coming back with lots of dolphin.  We are also starting to see bigger size dolphin than earlier in the month.  Remember that for us and our children to enjoy the thrill of catching a big dolphin bull, we must strictly observe conservation laws. Please don’t keep under sized dolphin and conform to the per person limitations.  Let’s all do our part to keep those “slammers” out there and thriving.

The summer also brings great wreck fishing and reef fishing charters to Key Largo.  Our guests have been catching some nice sized mutton snapper, black grouper, tile fish and jacks (some of the best eating fish in the world). We have also added a night fishing charter trip that will only be available for a limited time.   On recent trips our guests have experienced the great battle of a bull shark and the sheer power of a tarpon strike.

There is no better time to go on a charter fishing trip in Key Largo.  Take your pick, deep sea fishing, wreck fishing, reef fishing, night fishing or all of the above; Key Largo Fishing Adventures has got you covered.  With the largest fleet of fishing charter boats in the Upper Keys, we are here to make your fishing experience memorable.  Check us out on Facebook, where you can see pictures of our most recent fishing trips. And for reservations visit our website or you can call me, Capt. Greg, directly at (305) 923-9293.

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