Each week I write a weekly Florida Keys fishing report so check back often. I look forward to fishing with you in the Florida Keys!
1-3 Passengers $975.00
Everglades National Park
Cape Sable Shark Trip
Want to catch a monster shark? Travel through Everglades National Park and take in the sights on our way to the land of giants. The Everglades is loaded with big sharks. On this trip we make the journey to Cape Sable. You may also encounter giant salt water Crocodiles so bring along the camera, its a must trip for those that want to catch a monster fish.
Vertical Jigging Charters
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Learn the art of vertical jigging using specific gear matched for target species.
We provide our clients with only the best reels and jigging rods available on the market today on these trips.
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Fishing News and Report from Deck of Good Karma
Weekly Florida Keys Fishing Report
Before booking please be flexible and be willing to fish the backcountry in the event of wild weather offshore.
Offshore Fishing with Film Actor Kyle Chandler and Phil in the Florida Keys
Florida Keys Fishing with Capt. Ryan
This summer offshore we will be targeting Mahi Mahi(dolphin), Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, Kingfish and Sailfish. On the reef we will be targeting Groupers and Mutton Snappers.
Fish feeding behaviors change on a frequent basis based on migration patterns, time of year, spawn, moon phases, tides, water temperatures and much more. Check out our Florida Keys Fish calendar before planning a trip or just give me a call at 305-619-2126 & ask me what’s happening offshore in the Florida Keys.
While aboard Good Karma when offshore fishing, we will be constantly scanning the water looking for "signs of life".... whether that's birds working an area of bait, floating pieces of debris, current rips, or schools of tuna or mahi mahi breaking the surface. When we spot those signs get ready for the action. Remaining attentive to the surroundings and scouting the waters around you for “signs of life” is always the right thing to do when fishing aboard Good Karma.
Dependent on the sea conditions and the bite we may fish the nearshore reef. On our reef trips we will chum schools of fish into a feeding frenzy with copious amounts of chum for bottom-hugging species like snappers and grouper.
"BANANA FREE BOAT"
All fisherman are a little superstitious including myself so please leave your bananas at home. NO BANANAS! Listed further down on my webpage is the story behind why I do not allow bananas aboard Good Karma.
One on the hook often leads to more on the way... if you play it right. One of those instances happens when you've hooked up your first dolphin, and if you play it right, you'll bring a host of brothers and sisters to the boat. If you'd like to fill your cooler with these tasty fish, fight that first fish all the up close to the boat.... then keep it there in the water far enough so we don't lose it to the props or edges of the boat. By allowing that fish to swim, the rest of them will usually come up right behind them. That's when a few well placed live baits or lures can entice a wide open bite and a boatload of smiling faces!!
Check out this rare Hammerhead Shark that swam up to our boat in 55 ft. of water. Anything can happen out there so bring your cameras!
Offshore (15-20 Miles) in the Upper Florida Keys
Offshore fishing requires a lot of patience; remember we are big game hunting. Some days the fish will literally eat anything, but then there are other days where it takes time to find the fish. Most offshore fish such as Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Sailfish and Tuna don’t take up full time residence in our waters. Check out our Florida Keys Fish calendar before planning a trip or just give me a call at 305-619-2126 & ask me what’s happening offshore in the Florida Keys.