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Fishing Key West Reef & Wrecks: Rich Underwater Bounty

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Trip Highlights


1Key West, a charming island located at the southernmost tip of Florida, is known for its crystal-clear waters and abundance of marine life. But what many don’t know is that it’s also a prime destination for fishing enthusiasts. With miles of barrier reef just off the coast, fishing Key West offers a unique and exciting opportunity to fish wreck and reefs.

The Florida Barrier Reef, also known as the Great Florida Reef, is the third largest coral barrier reef system in the world. Stretching over 170 miles from the Dry Tortugas National Park to Miami, this diverse ecosystem is home to an incredible variety of fish species. And Key West is lucky enough to have a portion of this reef located just a few miles offshore.

Reef fishing in Key West offers anglers the chance to catch a wide range of fish, including snapper, grouper, amberjack, and many more. These species are attracted to the reefs not only for shelter but also because they provide an abundance of food sources. And as a bonus, reef fishing in Key West also allows for the opportunity to hook larger game fish that are attracted to the smaller fish on the reef.

In addition to the barrier reef, Key West is also home to numerous shipwrecks. These wrecks not only provide an interesting glimpse into history but also serve as hotspots for fishing. These artificial reefs attract a variety of fish, including snapper, grouper, cobia, and even shark.

Wreck fishing in Key West offers anglers the chance to test their skills against larger and more powerful game fish. It also allows for the opportunity to catch multiple species in one location. Whether you’re an experienced angler or just starting out, wreck fishing in Key West is an adventure not to be missed.

This is a great fishing trip to catch some lunch and is perfect for all ages.

Charter Info

4 Hours
Group Size
1 to 6
Price starts at
$925 USD
Meeting Point

5130 US-1, Key West Florida

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Our boat is equipped with a bathroom, sink, and a handheld shower to rinse off.  The room has 6 foot 2 inches of headroom.


Fishing licenses.

Fishing rod and reels.

Bait and chum.

Coolers and ice.


Food and fun drinks



Things to know

What to bring



No, this boat has 6 fishing licenses attached to it so you and your group is covered.

Yes, this boat is equipped with a toilet that will be available for your use. We suggest bringing some Kleenex or some type of paper because we run out sometimes.

Yes, When we land some nice keepers the captain will filet the fish for you and you can take them to several restaurantsf to have them cooked up for a nice lunch or dinner.

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